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    Re: Is Disney taking Halloween too seriously?

    Halloween = The new Christmas...... Its gotten huge lately.


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    Re: Is Disney taking Halloween too seriously?

    Disney isn't any more nuts about Halloween than the rest of the world has become. It blows me away how popular this holiday is! They are just following the trend that will bring in the crowds.

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    Re: Is Disney taking Halloween too seriously?

    Why should Disney bother when they know they have the kid market covered... Honestly... NO LOCAL PARKS cater to TODDLERS and FAMILIES. On the radio this morning I overheard the DJ's talking about not taking a kid to Knott's and Universal unless they are around 12 or 13. Yeah some kids could be younger or older but would you really want a 5 year old walking though GhostTown during Haunt?
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    Re: Is Disney taking Halloween too seriously?

    It started with Walt and ended with mangament
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    Re: Is Disney taking Halloween too seriously?

    IMHO...No, they are not taking it too seriously. I think the Anaheim parks all have their demographic and are happy to stick with it. Knotts and Universal knows Disney will always win when it comes to drawing the "younger" crowd. Disney doesn't need to compete with two other parks for the teen to adult crowd so they let it go.

    I don't see any of them changing that rather convienient situation. As far as what they all do in Florida, I have no idea and really don't worry about it. (shrug)

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