This question is for Robert but also for others too I read Robert’s article about which cities could support a new theme park and I saw the list Robert came up with I liked the list and I like the last 2 choices. Just wondering when will we see any new theme parks in other US cities. When the economy gets better because the economy is not really booming great for the theme park industry right? That’s one the important things a US city has to have is a great economy to house a good sized local theme park. I wanted to know what’s the likelyhood between Indy and Raleigh who is the winner in terms of having a theme park of their own in the next decade or so? What do other US cities have in the future in terms of having their own future I know they didn’t make your final 2 top spots in terms of likely US cities but does Denver which will lose their Elitch Gardens in the future not sure the likelyhood of being relocated in the state, Phoenix, Houston-America’s fourth largest city, Detroit, Seattle, Portland, I will throw in Philly too. I cannot forget Miami just in case the indoor entertainment mall American Dream plan happens to fail.Tweet
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