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Banshee will be the most demanded ride this year, and KI is delivering. The park will get complaints from some individuals no matter what they do.

Diamondback will not be part of the early rides lineup this year.

Its only 30 mins again this year. I requested it be moved back to an hour like previous years (still an hour at CP) seeing as how 30 min's barely gets you enough time to get 1 maybe 2 rides in before

I would hope they would alternate rides like Action Zone & rivertown.

Action Zone and Rivertown are..... yadda, yadda, yadda... You get the gist. :P

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I would hope they would alternate rides like Action Zone & rivertown.

Action Zone and Rivertown are..... yadda, yadda, yadda... You get the gist. :P

Actually, Rivertown and Action Zone aren't registered trademarks of Cedar Fair, but they should still be capitalized anyways because they're proper nouns.
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Rivertown and Action Zone aren't registered trademarks of Cedar Fair, but they should still be capitalized anyways because they're proper nouns.

Those definitely are trademarks, which should be used properly, even though they are not registered trademarks.

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Thanks for that link.

Any distinctive name, symbol, or word is designated as trademarked with the symbol TM.

..however I've never seen any park area with that symbol next to the name, whether it be on the map or a sign. In order for a name to be a trademark, does the TM symbol need to be next to the name?
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Thanks for that link.

Any distinctive name, symbol, or word is designated as trademarked with the symbol TM.

..however I've never seen any park area with that symbol next to the name, whether it be on the map or a sign. In order for a name to be a trademark, does the TM symbol need to be next to the name?

It is not necessary that a trademark be registered, nor that TM be used beside it. Both are methods of demonstrating the user claims a trademark, but such visible indication is not necessarily necessary.

Terp, who is not engaged in the private practice of law in the District of Columbia, the State of Ohio or any United State. There is no legal advice meant for any particular client contained herein, nor any attorney\client relationship. Consult a competent attorney in your jurisdiction if you have, or think you may have, a legal problem. The Internet is often not a good source for sound professional advice--but is where you read this. The preceding was a disclaimer.

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Sorry I Got Everyone Off-Topic About Trademark Laws, Next Time I Will Make Sure To Use My Shift Key For Places Of Interest :)

Please don't overuse it, however. Capitalizing every single word in a sentence is unnecessary. :)

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