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Michel Den Dulk leaves Europa Park for WDI !!!

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  • News Michel Den Dulk leaves Europa Park for WDI !!!



    Michel Den Dulk one of the Europa Park creatives leaves Rust in Germany for WDI in California .

    I wish him a great future in WDI !!!!!!!!!!!
    HKDL : Done !!!

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    Re: Michel Den Dulk leaves Europa Park for WDI !!!

    That's awesome!!!

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      Re: Michel Den Dulk leaves Europa Park for WDI !!!

      Dutch Ride Designer Invited by Disney

      "The famous Dutch ride designer, Michel den Dulk, has been invited by Disney to work at the Disney headquarter in California to design new spectacular rides. The famous Disney designer Tony Baxter, designer of Big Thunder Mountain, has invited Michel den Dulk personally.

      Michel has been active designing for the famous Dutch Park the Efteling but after an argument he left to design for Europe-Park in south Germany. Now he got his work permit for the USA ready and will move to California soon."
      "Dope smoking insects and reckless driving always work." -- Cousin Orville

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