Andyintyers wrote:It's rather hard to ascertain from the article whether the London Dungeon have any serious case in law here or whether they're engaging in corporate bullying to try and prevent competition.
It's very typical in most retail and leisure businesses for similar attractions and types of business to cluster together... customers tend to flow between them and tourists like choice. It's more likely that many people, out for the day, will go to both than the Dungeon's customers will be canibalised. Both should benefit and so then should London Bridge's other businesses from the through trade.
Andyintyers wrote:Further I've always found the way the Dungeon manages the queues in front of London Bridge on Tooley street to be very professional and competent.
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