Dennis Speigel is the President of International Theme Park Services, a consulting company that serves the global attractions industry. We asked Dennis if he could spend some time with us discussing the impact of COVID-19 on attraction operators now and in the foreseeable future.
While Dennis admitted that we really don’t know how long this pandemic will last or what the true outcome will be, he was able to provide perspective and advise on a wide range of subjects. A few we touched on were: should attractions be closed, what can we expect from our guests when it’s time to re-open and to remember that as an industry, we are resilient.
For more on International Theme Park Services: http://www.interthemepark.com/
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Episode Note: In the intro, we mention that Dennis appeared in the show Tenspeed and Brown Shoe. We later learned that we was actually not in that show but is still credited for it on IMDb.
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