Story Land

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Arcadia Publishing, 2010 - History - 127 pages
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In 1954, a tiny children's park inspired by a collection of storybook dolls opened in the quiet village of Glen; and, through a unique combination of independent innovation and regional cooperation, Story Land has continually grown for more than 50 years through the economic and cultural changes that undermined many other amusement parks. Original.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Royalty and Resiliency Even in Recession
27
Safe Smooth Smiling Spotless Service
51
Involvaroundings of Historic Proportions
71
The Pursuit of the Unique Factor
89
A Product Taken Home in the Heart
109
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Jim Miller served as Story Land's marketing coordinator and general manager, working with the park's second generation of family ownership and other longtime cast members to share its history and outlook with guests, staff, community, and the media. He has been a manager, promoter, and student of White Mountains tourism businesses for 25 years.

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