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How To Stand Out & Dominate Your Competitive Market

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Disney is one of the greatest American business success stories. Its culture has been engrained despite the passing of its creator several decades ago.

But that won't stop us - and hundreds of thousands of others - from visiting the park at least once a month. In fact, Disneyland and its sister park California Adventures packs in 105,000 people on a weekend day who spend money like it's going out of style.

Now there's something special about Disney. Both parks are kept spotless and in tip-top shape year-round. Disney spares no expense at delivering the "magic." It truly is the happiest place on earth, as your kids will attest to if you've ever had the chance to take them.
 

While other amusement parks have rides, games, food, and even accompanying water parks to draw in the crowds, they still struggle miserably to maximize attendance, even though they charge just a fraction of a Disneyland ticket.

The reason why is that all other amusement parks offer a watered down "me too" product. Worse, by attempting to offer everything to everyone, they're excel at nothing.

Disneyland on the other hand has figured out the "magic" formula that keeps their parks packed and their prices at a premium.
Disneyland is not just an amusement park. It's a place to build memories and create family traditions that will be passed down from you to your kids, and from them to their kids.

They do one thing and they do it better than anyone else.

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