Top Tips for Indoor Waterpark Theming

September 11, 2012 No Comments

“Everything has to reflect the theme, from the seating, to the wallpaper in the restrooms, to the music playing in public areas.”
– Holly Prater, Fort Rapids

“Choose a theme that is really relevant to the area [with which] you’re associated, based on your region, and tied into your brand. We’re an Adirondack lodge, but we’re also Six Flags. If you’re in Key West, Fla., you’re going to want that Florida Keys feel, not Adirondack.”
– Jeff Bartone, Six Flags Great Escape

“The main thing is to be consistent with the names, the look, the way your employees carry themselves – you need good internal communication to educate employees that they should always have that theme at the back of their minds. Keeping the theme in mind is very important when planning upgrades and expansions.”
– Roseann Graham, Wild Bear Falls

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