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CityWalk Orlando Updates & Changes General Thread

Nick

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Sep 22, 2011
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Theoretically, say they do actually get rid of the NBC Sports name altogether down the line now that the channel is done. I assume it would just change to “Peacock Sports”, right?
 
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graspthesun

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Theoretically, say they do actually get rid of the NBC Sports name altogether down the line now that the channel is done. I assume it would just change to “Peacock Sports”, right?
The channel name is stylized as NBCSN, so this was always branded to the overall umbrella of sports across their networks and not to the channel.
 

Nick

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The channel name is stylized as NBCSN, so this was always branded to the overall umbrella of sports across their networks and not to the channel.
I get that 100%. I'm just saying I still wouldn't be surprised one bit if they decided to rebrand, especially with how hard they're pushing Peacock.
 

TommyJK

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IMO, its a shame that Hot Dog Hall of Fame never caught on more; it was a solid spot that just had a rough location and was a little higher on prices than ideal.
Bolded my biggest factor. I have a hard time justifying paying more than $5 for a Hot Dog (unless it's a footlong). For me a hot dog is a snack and I need at least 2 to make it a meal. It's just kind of a strange mental block with me like I won't pay over $20 for pasta either just in terms of the "I can make this easily at home" type of thing..

If the hot dogs on the menu were even like $6 or $7 then probably I'd give it a go more often but at $9 or $10 a hot dog (and upwards of $20 if I get 2 for a full meal) I can spend that on something better elsewhere.