2012 Looks Good For United States Attractions

2012 Looks Good For United States Attractions
2012 looks set to be an impressive year for the theme parks around the U.S, with the opening of a number of new attractions.

A couple of the Highlights include a 12-acre town lifted straight out of the animated ‘Cars’ movie and a thrilling ‘Transformers’ 3-D simulator ride, but there’s also a whole host of new roller coasters set to join these two. The full attraction list was released by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions on Tuesday at its weeklong trade expo; an event aimed at showing the newest developments in the industry.

The event also raised the anticipation that 2012 would be a good year for attractions in Orlando, as visitor figures remained strong for most of 2011, and that with targeted deals on Orlando tickets for the slow times of year the industry should see a decent amount of growth.

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