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Ripley Entertainment opens new office in Vietnam

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Ripley Entertainment have announced that they are opening a new office in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.

Founded in 1918, Ripley Entertainment has been paving the way for fun-filled, full-family entertainment, and now incorporates more than 100 attractions across four continents.

The new Ripley office in Vietnam will help to demonstrate the company’s continued commitment to their existing partners across Asia, as well as future franchisees.

“There is no doubt the market in Asia is growing, and more and more families are looking for quality entertainment. This office will serve our longstanding partners in the region, and help bring our unique lineup of attractions to more families around Asia,” says Jim Pattison Jr., President of Ripley Entertainment.

Vietnam is increasingly being viewed as ripe for leisure development, with more avenues opening to foreign investment and a buoyant economy with a rising middle class. Recently the world’s largest regional theme park company, Six Flags, set it’s sights on developing attractions in Vietnam.

Victor Danau, Director, Asia Pacific Development & Operations adds that “Robert Ripley shared the wonders of Asia with the world more than 80 years ago, and I am very proud to be representing such a legendary company in the Asia Pacific market.

“Our brands have a successful track record in Asia, and this new office will undoubtedly help us expose millions of families to our unique brand of fun.”

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