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anDepends on how the question is asked, my sister got married on a camel farm earlier in the year and the owner had big 'no drones' notices everywhere, but he was quiet happy to, in theory, let me take mine up for the wedding, only problem was some idiot forgot to charge the battery lol
Fire. Basically, attention seekers trying to cause controversy.
So - bets on how long the fire effect will be working before it is switched off to save money?
Precisely. The banding around of "infusing FIRE and WOOD" and pasting artwork depicting coaster trains blazing out of wooden Infernos has caused a great deal of discussion and intrigue amongst the GP. So in that sense, it has worked.To be fair to Towers, the stupid world's first has got us all talking about it, therefore from a marketing point of view it has done its job!
After the 5th refill of the tanks, they will tweak the gas setting for better fuel consumption.So - bets on how long the fire effect will be working before it is switched off to save money?
Personally, I think that's the worst thing they could do. I think it highlights the fact the park is paranoid about a bad press and makes things worse. I don't think many people who are likely to go to Towers are genuinely concerned about the safety of the ride. Most seem to have come to the reasonable conclusion that a major Theme Park would not open a wooden coaster that was likely to catch fire. This marketing is suppose to get people questioning how fire on a wooden coaster would work, and thus people feel interested, exited and intrigued.I feel a non-press jargon more serious safety release should be addressed in the coming weeks to ease those who think wood and fire are a no-go. Yes, people are more forgetful nowadays, but surely there must be synthetic wood in some part or something to rationally explain how it is safe to the public?