Tall Entertainment Centers, the new brand for the company that owns and operates the new Tall Entertainment Park in New York, will debut on Tuesday in New Jersey, sources said.
The new brand will debut with a series of shows including “Big Daddy’s House,” which will feature the world famous peluchin, sources confirmed to The Hindu.
The peluchins are indigenous to South America, and the company behind the new entertainment center is Oso-Oso Entertainment, an affiliate of South Africa’s Oso Foundation, which was established in 2004 to promote the use of wildlife in entertainment.
The brand name “Tall Entertainment” will be an acronym of “Tallship Entertainment Center” and “Tailgating Entertainment Center,” the sources said, adding that it will be a part of the brand name of Tall Entertainment Parks.
The name of the new attraction will be based on the peluchin, the source said.
Oso-Ohos’ founder and chief executive officer, Yvonne Oso, will join the Tall Entertainment Company, a subsidiary of Tall Companies Group, to oversee the brand, sources confirm.
“Tall Companies Group is excited to partner with Tall Entertainment for Tall Entertainment and Tailgating Parks, to bring the world’s largest peluchin entertainment and tailgating experience to New Jersey and New York,” said Yvonnne Oandola, Oso’s chief executive, in a statement.
“Tallahassee, FL, is a natural and growing global hub for entertainment and is a prime destination for our new Tall Companies Parks and attractions, which will serve as the premier entertainment and entertainment-related entertainment hubs in the United States.”
The Tall Entertainment company is one of several new names in the entertainment world.
It is part of a large company that includes Disney, which has also expanded in the South and in other parts of the world, including Asia and Latin America.