Categorizing the Six Flags parks

Saturday, February 9, 2002 9:02 AM
"Flagship" and "Best" don't belong in the same sentence. The two have absolutely nothing to do with each other. So fighting over which park is SF most coveted really doesn't mean anything. There are several parks which bring in high revenue for the company, with SFGADv and SFMM bringing in the most. Why are people confusing this issue? Macdonald's is still the most popular resteraunt chain in the world, does that mean they have the best food?

If there truly was a clear "flagship" park within the SF company, we wouldn't even be having this debate. It would be quite clear which park stood apart from the rest in terms of investment decisions. It isn't. Instead, the company has *several* conerstone parks including some of the ones mentioned above.

But let's keep both issues seperate. Top money makers and most acclaimed(the latter being strictly a matter of opinion). Two different issues.
Have you ever considered that maybe it's not the park that's the problem, but YOU?

*** This post was edited by DWeaver on 2/9/2002. ***

*** This post was edited by DWeaver on 2/9/2002. ***


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