Posted Monday, August 15, 2011 12:44 PM | Contributed by Jeff
The St. Petersburg Times interviewed Nick Varney, CEO of Merlin Entertainments, who has a marketing background and a disdain for neckties, during his brief stop at Legoland last week, before he jetted off to Dallas. He talks about the trade-offs with building at the former Cypress Gardens site.
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My 8 year old has been sold on this park since he first hear about it. My 5 year old daughter...well...not so much. After watching the virtual tour with the park GM that was posted on the Orlando Sentinel last week she is now as exited as he is. If they want to know how their target audience if feeling about the park...that should give them an idea that they are pushing all the right buttons.
I don't think I've ever heard a CEO being quoted "Moan and b----" before!
The title of this struck me as funny. Isn't it the CEO's job to be enthusiastic about thier product? It's not like they're going to go around saying, "Eh, it's ok. I guess."
I for one can NOT wait for this park to open! :)
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It's all about getting around the barrels or over the fences, right leads, no faults, fastest time and still looking pretty when done. What's so hard about that? :)
I'll defer future editorial decisions to you, Jason.
Mmm. Smell the sarcasm. ;)
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