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  • WRDup
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    Re: Knott's top guns - Orange County Register, 9/11/06

    Originally posted by shrunken ned View Post
    I'm not sure, but I think you must mean "morale" issues.
    you might be right...

    however if you came from the WDW CP like it did you would know that CMs also how low MORAL issues as well.

    JK... good catch.

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  • shrunken ned
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    Re: Knott's top guns - Orange County Register, 9/11/06

    Originally posted by WRDup View Post
    low moral issues.
    I'm not sure, but I think you must mean "morale" issues.

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  • WRDup
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    Re: Knott's top guns - Orange County Register, 9/11/06

    Originally posted by shrunken ned View Post
    Having the sweepers running the place explains why no one is left to clean it.
    So they only have half the equation right. At least it seems their empolyees arent facing the same low moral issues that DLR CMs do.

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  • shrunken ned
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    Re: Knott's top guns - Orange County Register, 9/11/06

    Having the sweepers running the place explains why no one is left to clean it.

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    Knott's top guns - Orange County Register, 9/11/06

    http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister...le_1270680.php


    Train bandits and cowboy-dressed sweepers turned top-level management is apparently a familiar success story at Knott's Berry Farm.

    Two recent promotions put Marty Keithley, a former train bandit, as general manager and Gregg Picon, a former sweeper, as vice president of West Coast operations of Cedar Fair

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