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SOURCE America Haunts
What Kind of Haunted House Customer are you?
ATLANTA, Oct. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- So, what do Haunted House visitors want? America Haunts knows.
Today, the association of elite haunted houses that delivers entertainment to more than a million thrill-seekers every Halloween season, revealed what customers crave most is an unforgettable experience with friends and family when visiting a haunted attraction.
Group bonding is critical for a memorable event as excitement grows on the car ride to the haunt and finishes on the way home with stories about who got scared and the crazy stuff they just shared. Everyone in the group plays a role, from The Thrill Seeker to The Brave One to The Ringleader; most of the group's attention is focused on reactions of their group members, rather than the event itself.
"When getting a group together to attend a haunt, people go out of their way to bring an easily scared friend or a haunted house expert to come along, and constantly watch how they react to the event," says Ben Armstrong of America Haunts.
The more common roles in a group attending a haunted attraction include:
So what are the roles of you and your friends?
With 35 haunted attractions nationwide, America Haunts delivers fear-based entertainment to more than a million people annually. America Haunts has been featured on the Travel Channel and its members repeatedly recognized by Guinness World Records. The organization is committed to providing technical excellence, stunning set design, and Hollywood-quality costumes and actors. For information on hours and ticket prices on these nationwide attractions, visit www.AmericaHaunts.com/attractions.
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