Tag Archives: Ken Bretschneider

Evermore Park Delayed – THE VOID Announced and Disappointment Ensues

No matter how many times I read press releases, two words get thrown around more often than any other in the attractions industry lately: immersive and revolutionary. Yet, usually a new attraction features “revolutionary” technology and often refers to some sort of special effect, ride system or even queue interactivity.   Whoop de do. While

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Chatting With Ken Bretschneider – CEO of Evermore Adventure Park

A strange thing happened recently. A few days ago, I posted a story on Evermore, the world’s first adventure park near Salt Lake City, set to open in July 2015. The moment I heard about the park, I reached out to their people to try and snag an interview and heard nothing back. Instead of posting

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Evermore To Be First Adventure Park Opening in 2015

Opening in July 2015, Evermore claims to be the world’s first “adventure park.” Located in Pleasant Grove, Utah, this new style of theme park will be less about rides and more about experiences. The year-round 45-acre park will take guests back to a Victorian-era complete with a town square, elaborate gardens and a three-acre lake. A

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