This article comes to us from Sarah Tully at the OC Register
A caricature stand next month will temporarily take the place of a custom skateboard kiosk, which recently closed in Downtown Disney.
The Board Factory, which allowed visitors to design their own skateboards, closed Aug. 9 after about seven months. The large kiosk near the Monorail entrance opened in December around the holiday season.
“The diversity of carts and kiosks at Downtown Disney allows us the flexibility to provide our guests with unique experiences while testing new concepts,” said Betsy Sanchez, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman, in a prepared statement. “We have enjoyed a positive relationship with The Board Factory and look forward to future opportunities to work together.”
Disney is looking for a permanent replacement, Sanchez said last week. In the meantime, caricature artists are scheduled to set up at the spot in early September.
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