September 2008
Park World;Sep2008, p18
The article reports developments in the amusement industry. A ferris wheel was installed by the city of Brisbane as a sightseeing attraction in Queensland. Fabbri Group acquired a contract to build an 80-meter ferris wheel for an unnamed client. Wild West World in Wichita, Kansas was purchased by a Florida land developer for $2.15 million.


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