Wednesday, August 28, 2002 4:44 PM
Jazzland is now listed on Six Flag's website as a member of the Six Flags family. They also show the info about the Fright Fest for '03, looks like a lot of neat new things planned for it. No official news about the coaster and other rides yet but I believe it will be announced very soon.
Wednesday, August 28, 2002 4:51 PM
Hopefully SF will improve the park enough so more enthusiasts take a trip out there. Mega Zeph is a GEM! Most underrated coaster in existence! :)
1.Phantom's Revenge 2.Thunderbolt 3.Shivering Timbers 4.Montu 5.Mega Zeph
Wednesday, August 28, 2002 6:01 PM
Notice the title of the page is "Six Flags Jazzland". I know some of their other unbranded properties have "Six Flags (parkname)" but for some reason, I think Jazzland is only a matter of time.
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Thursday, August 29, 2002 12:30 PM
What's funny is not long ago I posted a thread about the official Jazzland site having a poll asking about the park, improvements, etc. At that time Six Flags still wasn't treating it like one of their parks - so I filled out the form honestly and added a few choice comments about how the lack of customer service has ruined my experience at many SF parks and how I hoped the same thing didn't happen at Jazzland.
If that survey is still there, go tell SF not to ruin Jazzland!
EDIT - nevermind the old jazzland site doesn't seem to work anymore :(
Dorney Park visits in 2002: 16
*** This post was edited by Lord Gonchar on 8/29/2002. ***
Thursday, August 29, 2002 12:32 PM
LG, too late....SF has already taken out all the water fountains and bathrooms....take THAT you, you, CUSTOMERS.....;)
Thursday, August 29, 2002 2:21 PM
Nah not from what I can see. Looks like that Customer Service and the park is operating just as it has been (not uncaring like some parks I know but not exactly Holiday World ;) ). Mega Zeph is being oiled often and running great as usual. Nothing really has degraded at all, only improved. The Park Management have been doing a great job from what I've heard. Even Gary Story was impressed about how well Jazzland's management made bounce back from on the virge of being closed beyond the targeted opening from opening on their proposed date in April.
Thursday, August 29, 2002 3:38 PM
Well fiddly dee!! They already branded Jazzland yet Great Escape and Wyandot lake are still "cousins." Interesting indeedy!
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