As he talked about the amusement park business, he was forced to speak above the park’s roar – screeching steel and coaster riders blending nearly indistinguishably.
"We leave theming to Disney," he said. "It’s very, very expensive. We can’t justify it, being a seasonal operation. Our theming is the ride itself. You walk under the ride. As you enter the park, you see the ride in operation."
The Toledo Blade has an interesting story on the CEO of Cedar Point Entertainment. Cedar Point is rumored to have bought around 300 acres of property near Walt Disney World.