Posted Friday, June 16, 2006 9:18 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Hong Kong Disneyland is counting on the peak summer season and more aggressive marketing in Chinese cities to help make up for the theme park's lagging attendance, the managing director said Thursday. Bill Ernest said crowds at Disney's latest park have been "slightly behind forecast" since its opening in September, but visitor numbers during its first summer season will be crucial for the park's goal of attracting 5.6 million visitors a year.
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