Busch Gardens makes park name changes official
Written by Robert Niles
By the way, Busch made it official today, announcing to the press that it has in fact changed the names of Busch Gardens Williamsburg to Busch Gardens Europe and Busch Gardens Tampa to Busch Gardens Africa. (Following, of course, the previous redesignation of Busch Gardens Los Angeles as Busch Gardens Brewery Parking Lot.)Tweet
As reported here earlier, the domains buschgardenseurope.com and buschgardensafrica.com, which were unregistered, were snapped up by a private registrant shortly after TPI's report. I can't imagine that Busch would have to do a blind registration through GoDaddy.com for its domains. Which leaves me to believe that Busch foolishly did not bother to secure them before launching its new marketing campaign. (Nor, apparently, does anyone from Busch read this website.) In fact, the Busch Gardens website still refers to the parks by their old names.
Hey, Busch, the Web's a pretty powerful promotional medium now. Perhaps you might consider *using* it? (Oh wait, no one from there reads the site. Oh, well....)
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