FUNBOX™ Branded Entertainment Destinations To Be Licensed In China

December 18, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment News
December 18, 2015 - Westlake Village, Ca. based Funbox Holdings, LLC the owner and Licensor of FUNBOX™ family entertainment destinations has announced its plan to begin licensing the development rights for its innovative destinations to developers throughout China.

The large, indoor FUNBOX™ destinations offer proprietary rides, live shows, cultural attractions, educational elements, retail shops and a variety of food & beverage offerings for children to 12 years old, their parents and grandparents. The design is based on the popular children's storybook "Princess Starla & The Imaginables".

Designed for Funbox Holdings by theme park industry experts, many of which were formerly with the Walt Disney Company and Universal Studios, the large entertainment destinations are projected to attract over 1.2 million visitors annually, and will serve as development anchors in mixed-use developments in key cities throughout China. The parks will be managed and operated by Los Angeles based Operations Management, LLC dba Entertainment Management Group (EMG).

Development licensing and commercial operations are being managed by Los Angeles based Leisure Quest International, LLC a leading theme park and attractions consultancy which has been operating in China since 2001. Funbox Holdings and Leisure Quest have identified 25 first and second tier cities in China that meet the demographic, market and population requirement for FUNBOX™ developments. Approved Chinese developers will be able to secure the rights to own and operate a FUNBOX™ destination within a specified territory for a specific period of time.

The licensed intellectual property is based on the Funbox Holdings published storybook "Princess Starla & The Imaginables" and features imaginative stories, characters, designs, songs, and tv shows. Two licensing agreements with prominent Chinese development partners have already been concluded, with several others being negotiated.

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