An amusement park, “Charlie and the chocolate factory” should see the light of day in the netherlands

Have you ever dreamed of winning, as Charlie, the ticket of gold to be able to visit the Willy Wonka factory ? Well, this will soon be possible ! In the netherlands, the largest brand of chocolate in the netherlands, Tony’s Chocolonely, wants a factory-museum-amusement park on the outskirts of Amsterdam, Zaandam.

It should be inspired by the universe created by Roald Dahl in Charlie and the chocolate factoryadapted into a film by Tim Burton, based on the information of Time Out . Tony’s Chocolonely has posted, on 12 June, a video that shows what it might look like this amusement park. The arrival should be done by boat, visitors enjoy discovering then the bottom of the chocolate factory.

Nearly 500 000 visitors per year expected

In the middle of ” the factory of Willy Wonka “, a roller coaster and other attractions will be installed. Always according to the plan, the plant will be built in red bricks.

The company hopes to be able to open this place by 2024, and plans to invest about 100 million euros for the construction.

Tony’s Chocolonely promises “a total experience, where you can learn and discover all about the chocolate “. Once the park will be open, the company hopes to host nearly 500,000 visitors per year.

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Billionaire Warren Buffett publishes the latest annual letter from Berkshire Hathaway shareholders

Berkshire Hathaway President Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday, outlining his plan for what will happen to his Berkshire stake after his death. And in the past three months, Buffett has spent $ 2.2 billion on repurchasing Berkshire Hathaway shares. The letter describes in detail how the Berkshire companies went and their investments last year. He is always well-read in the business world because of Buffett’s success and talent for explaining complicated matters in simple terms. Read the full letter here.Omaha, Berkshire, based in Nebraska, owns more than 90 different companies in a variety of companies, including utilities, retail and insurance.In May 2019, David Earl of KETV NewsWatch 7 spoke to Buffett about the philanthropy of his early investor years. We invite you to watch KETV NewsWatch 7 Chronicle: The Buffett Impact.Buffett and its benefactors, in their own words:

Berkshire Hathaway President Warren Buffett released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday, outlining his plan for what will happen to his Berkshire stake after his death.

And in the past three months, Buffett has spent $ 2.2 billion on repurchasing Berkshire Hathaway shares.

The letter describes in detail how the Berkshire companies went and their investments last year. He is always well-read in the business world because of Buffett’s success and talent for explaining complicated matters in simple terms.

Read the full letter here.

Berkshire, based in Omaha, Nebraska, owns over 90 different companies in a variety of companies, including utilities, retail and insurance.

In May 2019, David Earl of KETV NewsWatch 7 spoke with Buffett about the philanthropy of his early investors.

We invite you to watch KETV NewsWatch 7 Chronicle: The Buffett Impact.

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Buffett and his benefactors, in their own words:

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