With two smaller size and less expensive theme park concepts targeted at families with young children and horror movie lovers, Universal Studios has enormous aspirations to compete with regional amusement park businesses in the United States and throughout the world.
According to a Comcast quarterly earnings call last week, Universal Parks & Resorts is already preparing a global expansion of its previously announced designs for a kids-focused theme park close to Dallas and a Halloween Horror Nights event in Las Vegas. But that’s not all…
Comcast mentioned on the call that the Halloween Horror Nights experience that will be coming to Las Vegas might be expanded to a number of destinations around the world.
The expansion of the Horror Nights and Universal Kids theme parks, as well as work on the brand-new Universal Beijing theme park in China and the upcoming Epic Universe theme park in Florida, are all anticipated to result in an increase in capital spending for Universal’s theme park division in 2023.
Would you be interested in seeing HHN going global? It’s already established in Asia and has previously been performed in Spain (more on that exclusively here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/0995536260/).
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