Looks like he is at least aware that both guest experience and staff experience are not only important, but are also more related than many folks realize. Hopefully he will bring some positive change to what has always had the potential to be an absolute standout park.
Hopefully he's also aware that park appearance does play a role in the guest perception of the place. Graveyards look fine during FrightFest, but not the other 320 days of the year.
I call Cedar Point my home park even though I live in the Chicago Suburbs.
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