Great Adventure ready for rollercoaster economy

Posted Monday, March 26, 2001 5:28 AM | Contributed by supermandl

With its new B&M hyper coaster Nitro set to deliver new thrills this year, Six Flags Great Adventure chief says they're expecting a good season, despite growing concerns of an economic downturn.

Read the stroy from the Asbury Park Press.

Monday, March 26, 2001 1:13 PM
Anyone who lives in the area knows how crowded this park gets. It's hard to believe that being an hour from both New York City and Philadelphia and smack in the midlle of the most populous state (per square mi.), that they would have a down season even with a bad economy. In fact, people will be less inclined to take a "destination" vacation and focus on local day trips, such as going here. Also, do not forget the drawing power from the Jersey shore area where people will run over and spend the day at the park. It's 1/2 -1 hr to most shore points. More money = more future coasters. (and, wishfully, less crowds)

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