“If the earth crumbles, burns, implodes, or just goes dark on Friday, at least people will have something to look forward to on Saturday,” said Tim O’Brien, VP of Communications for Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
As the authority on all things weird (but true), Ripley’s researchers have not been able to verify the Mayan claims. Company experts have reviewed the Mayan calendar, Mayan culture and even Maya Angelou – and can’t verify the prophecy as true; the hallmark necessary to become a genuine “believe it or not!”
“We feel pretty good about this deal, but if we’re wrong it’s going to cost us a lot of money,” added O’Brien.
Should the world *not* end on Friday, people are invited to experience all the weird, bizarre and amazing things that Ripley’s has to offer – they’ll just have to purchase a ticket to do so.
For more information on Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium locations, please visit http://www.ripleys.com/
*Proof of end of the world required. No purchase necessary. Cannot be combined with other offers. May contain traces of nuts, and by that we mean nutty people.
615-646-7465 – office
615-496-5949 – cell
About Ripley Entertainment
Ripley Entertainment Inc. (www.ripleys.com), keepers of the venerable Ripley’s Believe It or Not! brand, is a global leader in location-based entertainment, entertaining more than 12 million annually at its 90-plus attractions in 10 countries. In addition to its 32 Believe It or Not! Odditoriums, the Orlando, Florida-based company has publishing, licensing and broadcast divisions, best-selling books and the popular syndicated cartoon strip, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, that still runs daily in 42 countries. Ripley Entertainment is a Jim Pattison Company, the third-largest privately held company in Canada.