AMC's Breaking Bad methhaltiges cult product is set in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Now the hype is driving the success of series lucrative flowers for the local tourism.
The success phenomenon of "Breaking Bad" to the obscurities on the straight and narrow chemistry teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston) can inspire his followers in the fifth season, which is currently aired in the U.S.. But they will not only into the world of the series for all sorts of turmoil. Sun AMC's drama series now moves in the real world consequences - at least in New Mexico.
"As the broadcast of Breaking Bad began in 2008, we did not like lying on its content, which is based purely fictional characters and actions," said Dale Lockett, Albuquerque, the head of the Convention & Visitors Bureau to USA Today.
But given the huge popularity of the series "People travel to the city to the places to see, which are shown in the series. They also spend time in our (other) attractions, restaurants and hotels, "added Lockett.
"This unexpected target group of visitors is definitely a pleasant surprise for us. Soon we will begin with aggressive advertising campaigns. "That includes, inter alia, a leadership that will connect from the series known locations (such as a car wash chain of Octopus) with museums nearby and the other, more conventional attractions.
A local tourism businesses, the ABQ Trolley Crmpany took the occasion of the upbeat Season five of "Breaking Bad" tour in his program, at a price of 60 dollars per head. Despite the proud fee all seven of the planned trips were immediately sold out.