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Park News www.parkworld-online.com


Legacy Entertainment completes its evolution


in Orlando (booth number 1062). There, the firm will sport a striking new booth that will represent the completion of this yearlong rebranding and restructuring process. The announcement of the new brand also coincides with the completion of the transition from a sole proprietorship to senior employee ownership. Speaking from the company’s international headquarters in Hollywood, California, Barry Kemper, one of the owners of Legacy Entertainment and the company’s chief operating officer, commented: “While we now have a new name and a new logo, we are still providing our clients with the same standard-setting creative services for their bold and innovative projects based around the world,”


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egacy Entertainment has completed its brand evolution, and will make its official company debut under its new banner during IAAPA 2018


Kemper adds that the company’s evolution has concluded at an optimal time. He says, “Soon, two of our largest and most exciting projects to date will be coming online - Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, and Chimelong Ocean World, two massive projects in China slated to debut in November 2018 and mid-2019, respectively. The openings of these two major attractions will allow us a wonderful opportunity to reintroduce ourselves to the global industry as Legacy Entertainment.”


Six Flags to operate Magic Waters Waterpark


A lease agreement has been approved by the Rockford Park District Board of Commissioners allowing Six Flags Entertainment Corporation to operate Magic Waters Waterpark from spring 2019. This lease agreement is expected to be signed in the near future, and allows the largest regional theme park company in the world to bring its brand to the Rockford market. Magic Waters Waterpark, a 43-acre


waterpark located in Rockford, Illinois, has been owned and operated by the Rockford Park District since 1988. The park features a wide array of tube slides and body slides, an expansive children’s play area, a 1200 ft. lazy river and Tsunami Bay, Illinois’ largest wave pool.


Roll on, Newcastle: new giant wheel pictures revealed


World Wheel Company has released a sneak peek of Europe’s tallest observation wheel – ‘The Whey Aye’, named for its home in Newcastle. The wheel stands at nearly 460ft, 16ft taller than the London Eye, and it is estimated


the project will see around £100m invested in the city and up to 550 jobs created. The computer-generated images show elevations of The Whey Aye and the rest


of the ‘Giants on the Quayside’ development, including The Geordie Giant, a 39ft tall steel structure, and a new destination food and beverage experience for Newcastle called The Giant’s Quay.


In addition, the development will feature a family entertainment centre filled with


trampolines, climbing walls, a skywalk and separate café. The ‘Giant Sport Deck’ will comprise a multi-purpose play and sports complex, with covered five-a-side pitches and tennis courts available for public hire, as well as a state-of-the-art virtual golf club called The Quayside Golf Club. Its clubhouse bar will offer food and beverages before golfers can play some of the world’s most famous courses in private, best-in-class simulator experiences.


24 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018


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