- Aug 18, 2017
Would any chain actually be willing to buy new parks after this? I’m sorry to be a negative Nancy.
Actually, yes. It's high risk, high reward, but the parks will eventually bounce back again. Nobody is going to leave a major theme park standing abandoned in Central Florida.Would any chain actually be willing to buy new parks after this? I’m sorry to be a negative Nancy.
I feel it will just be open without the razzle dazzleWould they delay this until 2021? It had already started testing, but maybe they want to wait until more people can come? Thoughts?
This isn't getting delayed to 2021. For all intents, outside of testing they need to do now that they can have crews back on-site..the ride should be done (or relatively close to it).2021 I guess? Try to ride the comeback wave?
Honestly could amount to a bump in attendance for them in a relatively slow periodI think they probably want to get back to "normal" before they have to start dealing with new ride crowds. If things are slow we could see it open sooner, if the park is at (reduced) capacity every day they'll hold off.