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horsesboy

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I revived an Email from the park with a survey attached to it. After completing it I was invited to join what they referred to as a pass hold's advisory panel and informed that through out the year more surveys and chances for input would be sent out throughout the year. This seems like a possessive step for the park.
 
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RE: Pass Holder's addvisorey Panel

I've now gotten two surveys from KD. Did y'all get the one abut the refillable drink cups? If they do away with those stupid bottles, I'd be SOOOO happy.
 
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RE: Pass Holder's addvisorey Panel

phurst said:
I've now gotten two surveys from KD. Did y'all get the one abut the refillable drink cups? If they do away with those stupid bottles, I'd be SOOOO happy.

Yes I also got both -- my wife and I were split, she would want to go to the disposable cups and I would rather keep the current method so my pass stays in my pocket. Actually I'd rather have self-serve stations like the 'almost'-self-serve one (still need to stop at cashier to scan bottle but self-fill is quicker most times) at Hungry Hippo.
 
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RE: Pass Holder's addvisorey Panel

Yeah, I know there's a considerable infrastructure investment involved, but I'd love to see them go the route Universal has, where you get a cup with an RFID chip in the bottom that lets you use any of the standalone Coke Freestyle kiosks in the park. No need to see a cashier or stand in line with those getting food. Walk up, put your cup in, it authenticates, and you pick your drink and fill your cup. If they went that route, I'd reconsider my objection to having a cup to keep track of, but otherwise, I'd much prefer disposable. It's a pain to carry around all day, stow on rides and hope no one walks off with it (which has happened to me twice now), and no need to clean the damn thing when you get home, which is kind of a pain seeing as they're not dishwasher safe.
 
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