Vote of the week: Which theme park company should build a new park in Orlando?
Written by Robert Niles
I realized that I was a bit heavy with California posts this week, writing about theme parks in the rain and hard ticket parties at Disneyland. So I'll offer a Florida-focused question as the Vote of the Week.Tweet
Central Florida is, as Theme Park Insider readers know, the world's top market for theme parks. Disney, Universal and Busch are three of the biggest theme park chains in the world due in large part to the success of their Orlando-area properties.
But not every big chain is in Orlando. Which one of those should be? That's our vote of the week.
Here are the candidates, along with some of their other, notable U.S. theme, amusement or water parks:
Tell us in the comments why you voted for your pick. What kind of park do you wish your pick would build in Central Florida, and where?
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