Ozzyhead said: La Ronde is SF property, is it not? If so, then Kudos to SF for their first ever B&M invert that isn't themed to Batman. Way to be bold, guys. ----------------- Flying High Again. *** This post was edited by Ozzyhead on 2/7/2002. ***
I am not sue but is Sea world owned by six flags because they have the Great White.
No, Sea World is owned by the Busch Entertainment Corp. if I'm not mistaken. I also believe that they own Sesame Place. ----------------- Welcome to Six Flags Great America, home of the fastlane and delay-ja vu! We have now officially been deemed the world-wide wait!
Sea World is owned by Busch, but they got the design from B&M. its not SF property, its B&M property.
but this brings up an interesting question. does SF do any of the designing for their rides? for example, John Wardly works with the companies to design some of the coasters. does SF do anything like this? or do they just say we want this type of coaster, this tall, with this many inversions, and we'd like it to be in this area?
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