New dawn in New Orleans

October 2009
Park World;Oct2009, p12
The article reports on a licensing agreement signed by children's television (TV) franchise Nickelodeon with the City of New Orleans, Louisiana and Southern Star Amusement (SSA) to develop the Nickelodeon-branded park, Nickelodeon Universe New Orleans.


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