Hunger Games Theme Park Questions

12 May

A Hunger Games theme park? Right here in the US? Can it be?! There’s a rumor that’s been floating around for about a year that Lionsgate is going to license The Hunger Games for a theme park in Atlanta.

I don’t know what their timeline is, or if this is even going to happen. But a friend and I were talking about the prospect, and we have some questions for their PR team.

1. Will I need to bring my own bow, or will one be provided for me?

2. If I need to bring my own bow, can I have it drop shipped from Amazon and held for me at the park? I don’t think American Air will let me bring it with me.

3. Will I be randomly paired with someone from my hometown, or will I be paired with someone I came with?

4. Can I drum up support from potential sponsors on social media before I arrive?

5. Do my parents count as sponsors?

6. Can I give someone my credit card and have them use it to send me sponsor gifts while I’m at the park?

7. Can I bring my own knife? Is there a limit on the length of the blade?

8. What is your firearm policy?

9. Is there a guarantee that I won’t face a civil suit for damages inflicted on other participants?

10. Will my outfit be provided, or do I need to provide my own?

11. Is there a training period before entering the park?

12. If I’m doing well, will my reservation automatically be extended? If not, is there a concierge in the park I can speak to?

13. Who are the judges, and what is their selection process?

14. Is there WiFi in the park?

15. Can I select the designer for my Victory Tour wardrobe? I’m partial to Badgley Mischka and Marchesa.

I trust that someone will respond to these quickly so I can begin preparing for my trip and carefully selecting the friends I’d like to invite to come with me.

3 Responses to “Hunger Games Theme Park Questions”

  1. AJ May 12, 2016 at 6:39 pm #

    I love all of these questions.
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    • Anne Hogan May 13, 2016 at 12:29 pm #

      I have to thank Selin for brainstorming with me.

  2. Pamela List July 9, 2016 at 3:02 am #

    I would have a complex two miles long walking in a park like that.
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