Crayola Experience Attraction To Open In Orlando

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Crayola has announced plans to open a new 70,000-square-foot Crayola Experience attraction at the Florida Mall next summer.

This would be the firm’s first location outside of the first Crayola Experience in Easton, Pa. That venue is a four-story building featuring a store, cafe, workshop, 25 hands-on activities and more.

Read the complete article by Anjali Fluker in the Orlando Business Journal:
http://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/blog/2014/07/confirmed-crayola-expanding-interactive-attraction.html?ana=e_orl_bn_newsalert&u=dymwEYfzIcmIVE0o96saXQ0923d260&t=1406645748

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2 Responses to Crayola Experience Attraction To Open In Orlando

  1. Brinkmann, Paul says:

    Do you only cite business journal articles written by that one girl? It might help you build some more followers if you cite other sources occasionally.

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/business/os-crayola-florida-mall-20140729,0,1693700.story

    Paul Brinkmann
    Senior Business Reporter, Digital
    http://www.OrlandoSentinel.com/bizblog
    pbrinkmann@tribune.com
    Cell: 407-780-1671
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    Twitter: @PaulBrinkmann

    • A cursory review of the archives show articles cited by Matthew Richardson, Richard Bilbao, Cindy Barth, and Abraham Aboraya, besides Anjali Fluker, who I believe you are referring to. Richard and Anjali seem to have more articles with images in the feed from OBJ.
      I limit the articles I cite to ones discussing buildings with some photos usually, because the intent of the Blog is to feature design issues and architecture. I would love more plans and explanations by the architects who are designing these buildings, and hope they give me more content over time.

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