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29 May 2007 - 4:35pm
Most of our "feedback" emails are available on our What Our Guests Are Saying page, but since our new friends from Tennessee volunteered to appear here, it seemed the hospitable thing to do.
We are from Atoka, Tennessee, that is about thirty miles north of Memphis, Tennessee.
My wife found you park on the Internet and told me about it.
We started to check on it and decided to take a family trip there for Memorial Day weekend.
Let me tell you, we felt it was a great decision. We have two kids and between the four of us we had a great time.
My wife and I were talking and we have been to Six Flags and Dollywood. Holiday World beats both of them by far. It was the cleanest park I have ever seen. The rides were so many and so close that we didn't have to walk a mile to the next ride.
We love the smoke free idea and the way you made it feel family-oriented. The food was very reasonably priced and we love the idea of the unlimited drinks. That is a big deal when you walking around in the heat all day.
We are planning another trip back up there and we are telling everyone about Holiday World.
We have recommended it to several people already and will recommend it to others. We are going to talk to our youth minister and recommend it for the youth field trip. Please put this on you blog so we can help others with there decision on making a trip to you park. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT TO EVERYONE.
The Chuck H. family
25 May 2007 - 4:53pm
It's always nice to hear back from our Guests.
It used to be by phone call and an occasional letter.
Then came an avalanche of email. (Not so many letters anymore.)
And now there's YouTube.
As we come across video trip reports, we'll share our favorites by providing a link here on our HoliBlog.
This video is from a student in St. Louis.
We give it two thumbs up.
17 May 2007 - 8:08am
Judging from the many emails we've received, the consensus is: "Bakuli rocks."
Being from a more, uh, seasoned generation, at first the "rocks" reference was a little alarming.
Rocks? Is the structure not stabilized? Are there pebbles in the pool?
Happily, my sons do their best to keep me in the groove with the current vernacular. "Rocks" is good.
Here's the link to an article about Bakuli that ran in Sunday's Indianapolis Star, Nashville Tennessean, Louisville Courier-Journal and Cincinnati Enquirer.
Those papers' circulation numbers top 1.25 million.
Now that rocks!