Huss Rides files for bankrupcy
Screamscape has reported that Huss Rides, a German Company has just filed for bankrupcy. This seems to be pretty shocking because they seem to have rides popping all over the place. For anyone that dosen't know, Huss built flat rides and they are also the creater of the Giant Frissbee, and the Top Spin flat rides. Huss will be missed.
Wow! That's a shocker, they seemed to be doing really well. Maybe the cost of shipping all of those rides over here has been more than they could take? Hopefully another company will absorb Huss so that their rides will stay around. Their giant frisbee rides are awesome, and all of their rides are very nice, they don't miss a detail on them. They look like they're worth every penny of what the park paid for it and more.
I wonder why this happened? The rides were certainly selling well. Ohio parks have had their troubles with their Huss rides though. Delirium, MaxAir, and the new Skyhawk have had their fair share of downtime. Replacing parts probably got pretty expensive.
^Skyhawk isn't made by Huss. It's S&S.
Um ... HUSS has been slapped with many recent law suits.
Huss is down for the count? Shiiii...znits, ya gotta be kiddin me... Their thrill rides were a blast. MaXair at Cedar Point was a blast, I was looking forward to more from them. >_< Cursed lawsuit-happy country I live in...
I had dealings with Huss in Germany in 2003 and they were having problems then. It is a tribute to the company and the popularity of it's product that it has held on since then. Hopefully they will pull the rabbit out of the hat again.
The point of making the 1-day (and 2, 3, 4-day) tickets so expensive is to get people to stay at Disney World for a full week.
Sorry, that last comment was supposed to go under the "Disney Raising 1-day ticket prices" entry. My bad.
Nnnn.. No more Condor rides?
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