Why avoiding the ‘Dark Side’ could mean good news for those looking to get the most out of Disney

Why avoiding the ‘Dark Side’ could mean good news for those looking to get the most out of Disney Why avoiding the ‘Dark Side’ could mean good news for those looking to get the most out of Disney

June 26, 20191 min read
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For those looking to enjoy shorter lines and some seriously reduced wait times at Disney Land…this summer might be the right time to go.


That is…if the ‘Force’ isn’t drawing you towards the new Star Wars attraction that opened in May.


The 14-acre Galaxy’s Edge attraction is bringing in hoards of people.  And with most caught in the new feature’s tractor beam…it’s leaving the traditional rides and attractions with a lot less attention.


Recently, one of our experts was contacted to offer his opinion for a Los Angeles Times article.


The drop in wait times at Disneyland was expected, said Martin Lewison, a theme park expert and business management professor at Farmingdale State College in New York.
"Any major new attraction is going to draw people away from old favorites," he said. "That is the nature of things." Los Angeles Times June 25


If you are a reporter covering theme parks, rides or roller coasters – then we have an expert for your stories.


Dr. Martin Lewison is a professor in the Department of Business Management at Farmingdale. He’s also an expert and self-proclaimed junkie when it comes to rollercoasters and theme parks. He has ridden the rails of close to 1900 coasters in 34 countries. He is also a go-to source for national media on the subject. Dr. Lewison is available– simply click on his icon to arrange an interview.





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    Martin Lewison Professor, Department of Business Management

    Dr. Lewison is an amusement park junkie who has ridden more than 1,800 roller coasters in more than 30 countries.

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