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Merchandise Employee Gallery

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We have just added our fourth gallery of Great Adventure workers - Merchandise. Check out the Employees- Merchandise photo album and see if you recognize anyone! Please feel free to add comments and any photos that you may have of the Merchandise Team through the years.

Many more photos to come. Here are some samples!

 

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From the picture below, can anyone guess what shop this lady worked in?

 

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I'm guessing Enchanted Forest Gifts based on what appear to be reflections of the Big Wheel and Gingerbread Fancy in the windows. Edited by Daved Thomson

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The photo above was taken in front of the Beachcomber shop which was located under the Great Lake Grandstands. The shop has been closed for more than 20 years and today is home to a fake "barber shop".

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And, it was converted into the studio where they broadcast the audio/video throughout the park (or at least it had been that for a while).

 

I loved the beachcomber shop. It was cool because it had a lot of things like shell sculpture and things you'd find at the boardwalk in it. It was really small and cute, and when the ski show was at the height of its popularity it seemed to do decent business.

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