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Although all parties continue to be bound by strict confidentiality agreements, Hard Rock Park plans to unveil, in the near future, the key intellectual properties, original creative & production elements and mechanical archetypes that start the "next revolution" in themed entertainment.
Plans for Universal City Florida include Universal Studios Florida, a second gated theme park, entertainment complex, five themed hotels with a total of 4,300 rooms, more than 300,000 square feet of conference and meeting space, additional motion picture and television production facilities, an 18-hole PGA signature golf course with a 300-unit golf villa complex, a championship tennis center and expanded retail, merchandising and support facilities.
The new tier will include four themed packages that will allow customers maximum flexibility to mix and match their programming selections according to their interests and preferences.
While thousands of aerospace workers lost their jobs as companies closed their local operations, the exodus left a large pool of experienced technical workers and factories that are ideal for the themed entertainment industry.
Just ask Trevor Bryant, who opened Sony's Burbank-based operation for development of themed entertainment centers five years ago.
Themed Portfolios provide a meaningful depth of information, including the type of each transaction (long, sale or short), size, rationale, strategy, and confidence level, and supporting attachments, such as research reports, spreadsheets, news releases or other media.
The new themed rides or centers using our robots are extremely creative and look to be the most exciting amusement attractions in the business today," said Christon Manzella, key technology manager for entertainment for KUKA Robotics Corporation.
MINNEAPOLIS -- NBA City Restaurants, the NBA's venture into themed dining, has signed an agreement to open an NBA-themed restaurant in the Target Center in Minneapolis, it was announced today by Ralph Burnet, owner and chairman of NBA City Restaurants.
The facility will be divided into seven ``ports of call,'' including Mediterranean Harbor; Mysterious Island, featuring a volcano; Mermaid Lagoon, based on ``The Little Mermaid''; 1,001 Arabian Nights, based on ``Aladdin''; Lost River Delta; science-fiction themed Port Discovery; and American Waterfront, with replicas of turn-of-the-century harbors in New York and Cape Cod.