Howl O Scream

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  1. Maves Wife

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    Hi guys

    done HHN a few times and was thinking of doing howl o scream this year =- can ayone tell me if its worth a trip??

    thanks
     
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  3. Metro West

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    I've never been to HOS but want to go this year. I've heard really good reviews of the event in the past so it's probably worth a trip.
     
  4. macraven

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    never been there either.
    i have been told by my csw-er homies that it is worth seeing at least once.

    someday i'll try it.
     
  5. DOOM1001

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    I definitely think it's worth doing,I would even say some of the houses are better than HHN,you'll find scare zones and shows just like at HHN,the difference is that Busch Gardens is so much bigger than the Universal parks so there will obviously be more walking in areas that aren't themed or have attractions and HOS will use the same theme and location for some of their houses on multiple years,where HHN will do that less frequently.They're both very good but HHN is still the best.
     
  6. donaldduck352

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    Its a very solid event..

    I just hope they have it next year..With the cutbacks InBev are placing who knows..:confused3
     
  7. Metro West

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    I would imagine it would still be staged...but the question is...to what extent? I'm sure it's a big money maker for the park and I can't imagine InBev would completely cut it out. But...you never know. :rolleyes:
     
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    Well they are already taking out the Hospitality Houses.
    To me makes no sense at all.You would want future customers too taste your newest beer.What other cut backs they have in store nobody knows!!:confused3
     
  9. Metro West

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    But remember...InBev is trying to sell off the parks and they don't want any relations with AB and the hospitality houses promote AB products.
     
  10. Maves Wife

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    thanks for the info guys :wave2:
     
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    True,but InBev have products that they would want too introduce also!!
     
  12. Metro West

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    I guess we'll have to wait and see.
     
  13. donaldduck352

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    Only time will tell.
    I'm just not liking the Idea of the parks I've been doing as A kid changing,thats all!!!!
     
  14. Cdn Friends of Pooh

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    I know I'm a little late replying ...

    Yes, I would say it's definitely something to take in if you can swing it. We went in 2005 and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We're hoping to catch it again in the next couple of years.
     

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