I really think alot of you are expecting more from this than there ever will be.
A few questions you need to ask yourselves...
Two years ago, when DIC moved in. Has there been any significant investment in any Tussuads park which wasn't already planned? No.
Has there been any significant change to the way in which any park or attraction is operated, which would not have happened sooner or later? No.
Have DIC invested directly into Alton Towers, Thorpe, or any other Tussuads attraction? Not that we're aware of.
See, this is financial, and business decision which will affect Tussuads as a lead group, not its operational assets. I doubt we'll see any significant changes at operational level. So no changes to the way in which the parks are operated, no changes to future plans, apart from the spontaneous changes that there have been since the beginning of time and the changes we would only come to expect from an ever evolving industry. Each park will continue to develop and expand at its own pace, controlled by its own success. Tussuads pay very little more into their parks, than what they get out of them originally - this will not change.
The change in ownership, will have little to no effect on the parts of Tussauds we see. Just the way it didn't when Charterhouse took them over, and when DIC took them over.
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on Mon Mar 05, 2007 9:47 pm, edited 1 time in total.