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The Elements That Enhance the Eating<br>  Dining Setup and Tableware Trends at Museums

The Elements That Enhance the Eating
Dining Setup and Tableware Trends at Museums

April 12, 2019 No Comments

By Karen Appold Much effort is put into designing dining spaces and selecting tableware at museum eateries—from what’s on the table to what’s not on the table—as well as the type of seating and arrangement.   At the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s All Access Café in Cleveland, Ohio, Liz Carraher, event […]

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Themes for 2019 at  Haunts and Escape Rooms

Themes for 2019 at Haunts and Escape Rooms

February 26, 2019 No Comments

The most popular escape room themes and haunted attractions rely on unique approaches to immersive experiences, according to attraction owners and staff members nationwide. Take a look at what puzzling – and thrilling – experiences are upcoming for 2019. At Epic Escape Game in Phoenix, Ariz., Assistant Manager Brian Salkoff said that whether his themes […]

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Bowling Center Customer  Satisfaction Tips<br> How Do You Give Customers What They Want?

Bowling Center Customer Satisfaction Tips
How Do You Give Customers What They Want?

February 26, 2019 No Comments

In business, the goal is to keep the customer happy. It’s especially important in this day and age when the immediacy of social media reviews can have a major impact on your bottom line. Four bowling centers in different parts of the country share their top tips on how they give customers a great experience […]

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February/March 2019

February 26, 2019 No Comments

The Large Park Report A Ticket to Profitability: Large Park Ticketing Strategies Large Park Contributing Writer Chad Emerson examines ticketing programs in this article. Waves Extreme Rides, Lazy Rivers and Spray Parks – Which Waterpark Attractions Are Trending for 2019 Waterparks offer a variety of attractions, and this article looks at the diversions that guests […]

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Seeking out Seamlessness – Feb/March 2019

Seeking out Seamlessness – Feb/March 2019

February 26, 2019 No Comments

Achieving balance between work and personal pursuits is a topic that has been in the forefront of popular thought. Well-deserved vacations aside, making your business and home life parts of a functioning whole can be a practical solution. Attraction owners and some managers may always need to handle certain problems after hours, so keeping a […]

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January 2019

January 4, 2019 No Comments

The Large Park Report   Where Festive Fun Is a Perfect Fit – Festivals at Theme Parks  In this issue’s Large Park Report, Contributing Writer Chad Emerson focuses on several of the most anticipated new and expanded festivals for the large park industry in 2019. Waves   The Inside Story on Fresh Air and Clean […]

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Haunt Report: What Will Be New in 2019

Haunt Report: What Will Be New in 2019

January 3, 2019 No Comments

By Sara Hodon Seasonal attraction operators are always one step ahead—looking forward to the next season, planning new attractions, and brainstorming ways to give customers an unforgettable experience year after year. Haunted houses and attractions are no exception—operators are constantly tweaking and revising their offerings to give visitors a scare they’ll never forget. With a […]

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Bowling Centers:  Finding the Best Insurance

Bowling Centers: Finding the Best Insurance

January 3, 2019 No Comments

For bowling center owners, finding the right insurance coverage for the bowling alley is no easy feat. With numerous factors to consider, such as liquor liability protection, general liability, equipment breakdown coverage, protection against food spoilage and contamination, and so many more, the task of securing exactly the right kind of coverage is enough to […]

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A Time for Change and Success in a New Year – January 2019

A Time for Change and Success in a New Year – January 2019

January 3, 2019 No Comments

Each year brings fresh opportunities to find new ways to grow your business and differentiate it from the competition. There is also much to be learned from organizations similar to yours across the country, and reading TAP is a perfect way to find ideas you or your staff may not yet have thought of or […]

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Improving the Park Environment<br> From Landscaping and Benches to Trash Cans and Paint Colors

Improving the Park Environment
From Landscaping and Benches to Trash Cans and Paint Colors

October 25, 2018 No Comments

By Hilary Danailova Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are a continent and a world away from Africa, but visitors to the Kalahari resorts in those states can experience “the spirit and majesty of Africa,” according to Thatcher Robertson, Kalahari’s director of Waterparks.  An African-inspired aesthetic colors all of the full-service theme resorts, which feature indoor and outdoor […]

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