"This store could live on and change with our resort. It has a future — I don’t know where it is or when or how, but it’ll stick around in some form. Our history is valuable and important and it has a strong connection with our guests. I’m glad we get to embrace that with this store."
This store made me wish for a proper Theme Park Museum that all of the big names donate or lease pieces out to. So much of this stuff still exists in warehouses and boxes somewhere and theme park attractions are unusually susceptible to becoming lost media compared to other mediums. It would be wonderful to have a proper third-party archive for this artform, even if incredibly unlikely.