How to improve Howl-O-Scream Tampa for 2012?Busch Gardens Tampa: I visited Howl-O-Scream recently and as I was leaving, some park employees asked me to take a survey about the event and how they could improve so I ask the same question. How can Busch Gardens Tampa improve on their annual Howl-O-Scream event for 2012?
From Justin KermgardI recently visited Howl-O-Scream and was asked to take a survey when I left asking how the event was compared to last year's event and how they could improve for next year's event as well. I feel that the park needs to literally make the whole park a scare zone. The concept for this year's event depicts that, but it wasn't the result. The separate "scare zone" sections are still present, its just they don't have separate names. I remember visiting Halloween Horror Nights back in 2004 and I remember there wasn't a single area of the park's walkways where there wasn't scare actors roaming/scaring people, plus there was fog everywhere which made it extremely scary and good, So I stated that in the survey that for Busch Gardens to improve, they simply need to add more scare actors and scatter them along every piece of walkway in the park along with adding more fog to keep you in suspense the entire time.
Posted October 13, 2011 at 8:44 PM
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