For starters, we know they've been trying to get one.MAZ said:Just curious Nicole, how do the things you mentioned indicate park wide adult beverage licensing?
I don't feel that it was a bad announcement or that these are bad ideas. I actually think the contrary that these are really good things for the park in the long run. My issue is that they targeteda certain demographic for the lead up to this annoucement and then accounced virtualy nothing that was targeted at those people. If they had said the first 500 families or done there previous post in Planet Snoopy. I would have said they hit it out of the park. But instead they did all there promo work on the other side of the park in front of a coaster that has been closed all year and didn't even talk about that once. Heck from your twitter feed post they were even still teasing Hurler right before they started talking knowing that they were not going to be talking about it. I am sorry but in my book this isjust aboutas bad as BGW going what coaster that is a cell tower when they started work on TempestoNicole said:While I'm not really particularly excited about this announcement either, I think we need to keep in mind that this forum is not the target demographic for this announcement. I think the combination of a Planet Snoopy expansion, the introduction of new Pre-K passes, and free Wi-Fi are fantastic additions for parents of small children. I also wonder if this is an indication that they are about to get their park-wide beverage license. (At least they didn't announce an RMC conversion of Woodstock Express.)
That is fine and goid and I hope they do but again they hiped THIS as there big announcement for 2017.netdvn said:The last powerpoint slide says there's really more coming in bold red text.
Not sure what that means, but hunch says KD's got something else up their sleeve.