Slut for Spinners
Social Media Team
I saw a profile view of it elsewhere and it...doesn't look good. Luckily, that behind view looks halfway decent, and I'm sure it'll look good from the front.
So there's no mention of the Instagram account, but agree that I expect that's the park's main issue. To a more casual person, that Instagram account could easily be thought to be official / have official ties.Hello sir,
Your email has been sent to Mr Nuyt.
Not only do we not allow you to enter the site, but we also ask you not to post any more photos of our site, nor of our future megacoaster.
We wanted to keep control of the entire communication on this matter.
Thank you for doing nothing more! Nothing more should be published.
Can you also give us the name of the site manager who suggested you send this request?
Yeah if you put it that way it's understandable, the insta page does look more and more "official". I agree with the park in that case.I would think they are objecting to that Instagram account more on the grounds of how he was coming across as an official source/authority on the project and even has a link to merch.
Trying to build a social media brand and following from their project; rather than like most other people who just casually, personally post the pictures from it (after all plenty of others have and have not been asked to remove or stop; plus its bit hard to miss the coaster build its massive and very visible). So personally I totally understand the marketing department of the park here.
For those intrigued, a direct translation of the email: