Big Fat Review of the Year
Six Flags announced they would be bringing Tony Hawk spinning coasters to Texas and California
Parques Reunidos continue their aggressive growth strategy by acquiring their 300th regional water park, no Mediterranean tourist resort is safe.
Cedar Fair release their annual report, the future of expanding their parks is uncertain as they run out of rides to relocate from Geauga Lake
Hard Rock park opens, initial forecasts show the park seriously under-budgeted tumbleweed costs
DisneyLand refurbishes it’s a small world turns about the boats were sinking faster than their profit margins.
Parques Reunidos acquire Niagara Falls
Thomas Towns open at Drayton Manor and Magic Mountain, as the blue tank engine continues his quest for world domination through influencing the children, corrupting the minds of tomorrow.
July /August / September
The growth of Parques Reunidos continues as they acquire Estonia
Anheuser-Busch sells up to InBev, many people wonder the fate of the side of the company which was more significant than the beer. Merlin (Sea Life XXXL?) and Disney (Orlando DinseySea?) are reportedly interested while Six Flags are holding off on making an offer until their market research results come back, how many Tony Hawk spinning coasters will they have to install?
Cypress Gardens announced it will close and remove all the rides for the rebirth of the park next season. Yes that'll work, removing the attractions, that's what people want to come and visit . . . nothing? It worked so well for American Adventure after all.
Loud, shakey, rough, tired, annoying the neighbours, a serious pain in the neck . . . Alton Towers said goodbye to an old friend . . . it was sad to see Russell Barnes move on
Rumours suggest Blackpool Pleasure Beach are closing roller coaster and space invader, along with the demolition of the whip, the extra space cleared will allow for Amanda Thompson's ego to finally fit inside the park.
> Hard Rock park opens, initial forecasts show the park
> seriously under-budgeted tumbleweed costs
> S&S complete their first El Loco coaster as Steel Hawg
> opens at Indiana Beach. Police have confiscated incense
> sticks from the design office which have been sent to the
> lab awaiting further tests
> Everyone is cashing in on Halloween, perhaps the biggest
> fright is that of the investors in Hard Rock Park as they
> scramble to pick up the bill for the biggest, most
> expensive mid-life crisis in history.
Tommy Saxondale - the Park!
> All quiet on the IAAPA front, in contrast to the shows of
> years gone by, the biggest most exciting announcement this
> year was Aspro Group have signed a deal with a new popcorn
> Amidst rumours of spending Christmas with Amy Winehouse,
> Woody Bear is publicly showing the signs of a tough season.
> The disappearance of mouse 1 and mouse 2 only fuels
> suspicions they lead him to his alcohol dependency.
Brilliant post! Urban Monsters quality.
Great review and great post!
Have a GREAT christmas everyone
Funniest post of the year (and so true!)
Happy Reunidos to everyone at URC from Berlin!
Great read, and rather cheeky I must add. Merry Christmas to everyone on here, that includes you Tricky. :P
Happy Christmas Everyone!
Can't wait for Doctor Who and Wallace & Gromit! The Cybermen - woo!