I've been watching the trends in the industry lately and I had a couple ideas on how to integrate them into TPA. I know that last season there was a major focus on small parks, as those have been receiving a lot of attention recently, but I believe something that y'all should do a winter, 5 week "warm up" round on is the industry's newest non-VR trend, refurbishing. We've seen it happen from Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout, to the new Metropolis area at SFOG, to the revitalization of Ghost Town with Ghostrider 2.0, SFFT's Fiesta Bay Boardwalk, and on into the future with La Ronde's Carnival En Folie. All of these additions were created by adding in/drastically improving an attraction and giving the surrounding area a fresh feel on life. Here was a little mock-up schedule to help y'all better visualize what I'm trying to get to:
Week One- Refurbish a Dark Ride with a new theme
Week Two- Take a "dumpy" park and create a well thought out 5 year refurbishment plan to turn it into a charming and well respected attraction spot
Week Three- Take a pre-exsisting themed area and give it a massive overhaul without adding or subtracting any rides
Week Four- Refurbish any minimally themed rollercoaster and with a major, you guessed it, refurbishment, turn it into a Universal level experience
Week Five- Add in a new attraction to any Six Flags park and give it a newly refurbished themed land around it
So I hope y'all would consider this, and yeah, that's allTweet
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