New Project: Creating An Amusement Park

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We want to start an amusement park, titled Fun Land because we consider it to be a fun family experience. A large amount of money can be profited from the experience. Our short term goals include getting the business up and running with reliable employees, getting the Fun Land name out into the public, paying off some of the debt, and giving customers a good experience. Our goals in five years include having new and attractive rides, good flow of customers, and good reputation. In ten years we want to generate millions of dollars, expand, and build new and exciting rides. We want to provide a safe, affordable, and joyful experience for each and every one of our customers. We believe strongly in honesty so our rides would be monthly inspected and all foods will be properly maintained. We will also provide refunds for any mishaps or unsatisfied service. Fun Land is set up as a partnership between Shur’Myra Lillard and David Chan, as partners we will share the responsibilities and risk in starting a new business. Shur’Myra will be the staff manager and David will be the financial manager. Both will be responsible for hiring engineers for the rides and other employees. Shur’Myra Lillard participated in marketing management class, is well organized, and is cooperative. David Chan also participated in marketing management class and honors mathematics class. He is hardworking, and organized.
Fun Land, located in Chicago, Illinois, will provide the service of roller coaster rides and dining. An adult ticket cost $25, a ticket for customers aging 10 to 17 cost $20, a ticket for customers between 4 to 9 years olds cost $9, and any customer younger than 4 is free. Customers can obtain seasonal passes for $35. The seasonal passes lasts for three months and covers up to three people. Depending on the number of times they visit Fun Land their seasonal passes can be upgraded that can include free drinks, foods, or rides. A portion of the profit generated in Fun Land will be donated to charity. This will give the customers a sense of accomplishment and community when they feel they are contributing to a worthy cause. Fun Land will provide suggestions on which ride is most suitable to what age group. On one of the roller coasters named Sky High we plan on having the cart climb 510 feet and then have a free 90 degree drop. The cart will then complete three continuous loops before coming to a stop. Another roller coaster ride called the Space Shuttle Launch will have the customers occupy a see through vessel while experiencing a fast rocket takeoff up to 500 feet and landing. There will be a ten minute gap between the takeoff and landing so that the riders could enjoy the scenery for a moment. In Fun Land there will be several types of diners to give customers a wide variety of food experiences. Some of the food includes but not limited to French fries, cotton candy, popcorn, and pretzels. The food that is being offered will be in small portions to...

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