Lagoon 2050 strategic plan
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(06-27-2020, 10:38 AM)linearinduction Wrote: This is obviously NOT Legit. Anyone who has seen any Lagoon internal plans would know this. lol

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Oh, thanks. If you could go ahead and post a link to some Lagoon internal plans so we can see what you mean that'd be great.
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(06-27-2020, 04:49 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: Oh, thanks. If you could go ahead and post a link to some Lagoon internal plans so we can see what you mean that'd be great.

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(06-27-2020, 04:49 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: Oh, thanks. If you could go ahead and post a link to some Lagoon internal plans so we can see what you mean that'd be great.
Awwww, now that we've awknowledged whatever that was. The very FIRST way to know this is fake is the removal of picnic terraces. Group Sales is the lifeblood of Lagoon. Period. The End. Second, I've been told in the past, in no uncertain terms, that the Carousel will never be moved. Period. The End. Third, nothing is mentioned about what would be the HUGE undertaking and timeline of a closure of the Wild Kingdom Zoo. It's not something one casually does. Also, relocating TOTC and Hybrid Electric Choo Choo Trains?

There is only one, not so reputable, manufacturer of "Electric" Choo Choo Trains, Chance Rides Manufacturing (CRM). They have so far delivered only Three 24" Gauge Electric C.P. Huntington Miniature Trains. CPH #400 (2017), the first Electric CPH, went to Landry's Downtown Aquarium in Houston, and has been anything but reliable. The paint began to come off in less than 6 months, the components started rusting, and the "anti collision" system never worked correctly. There were also issues with the batteries within weeks. CPH #402 (2019) the second Electric CPH went to Landry's Downtown Aquarium Houston (Don't read too far into that, as there has literally been 8 units go through that location since 2002) and CPH #403 (11-2019) went to Montgomery Zoo. The Downtown Aquarium Mechs and Ops do not care for them at all.

Also, there's no way in heck Lagoon would purchase a CPH from CRM, they are not built with the kind of Quality Lagoon goes for, and the absolutely crazy cost of maintenance is prohibitive.

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