Posted Friday, March 7, 2003 3:58 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The Tussauds Group now says that they are in no hurry to sell their theme park operations, after reporting record results yesterday. Profits were up 49% for the year. Tussauds boss Peter Phillipson said he was confident of being able to deliver further growth this year and beyond.
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The last thing SF needs is more park purchases,instead they really need to focus on improving the 40+ parks they already own.
Tussards(yes I know its spelt wrong) are not putting thier parks up for sale.
Tussaurd's Currant Owners Charterhouse have put Tussaurds up for sale.
I look forward to the future, with Tussauds buying more parks in Europe and improving their exisiting ones. Hopefully their expansion will continue to make them a world power and leader in theme parks, which at the moment is totally dominated by american companies. This will hopefully keep everyone on their toes which is great news for us enthusiasts.
Coming in 2003-The Spawn Of Magnum!
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