La Ronde investment

Wednesday, August 11, 2004 11:12 AM
After reading the Six Flags investment plan for 2005/06 (partially in Coasterbuzz, Screamscape and other sites) many people think that La Ronde will not get anything major in 2005. My question is, if Six Flags has a deal to spend 90m$ on La Ronde in 5 yrs, 2005 being the 4th, would SF not build any new attractions for La Ronde in 2005 and pump all the rest of the 45-50m$ in 2006? Wouldn't it be more logical to spread out the rest of the invetsment over the next two seasons? Thanks
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Wednesday, August 11, 2004 11:18 AM

Canadian Dude said:
if Six Flags has a deal to spend 90m$ on La Ronde in 5 yrs, 2005 being the 4th, would SF not build any new attractions for La Ronde in 2005 and pump all the rest of the 45-50m$ in 2006? Wouldn't it be more logical to spread out the rest of the invetsment over the next two seasons? Thanks

There are so many places in LaRonde where money can be spent w/o putting in new rides. The entire Backside of the park could use a renovation, walkways and pathways need to be improved. The parking lot is in need of some attention, the queing on some of the rides could stand a renovation. But I think a nice hyper that goes all the way around the park would be a great addition.

SAM

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Wednesday, August 11, 2004 11:32 AM
I realized that the park could use some new renovations, i do not think SF would just do that in one season (with 50m$ to spend). I would also like ot see a hyper next season, and maybe even more attractions for 2006.
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Wednesday, August 11, 2004 2:01 PM
Haven't they already spent a good percent of the 50 million already on Vampire, the Wild Mouse coaster, and the chute the chutes? One investment in 2005 may not be as big as you think.
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Wednesday, August 11, 2004 2:10 PM
Well, 45-50 millions is what's left of the investment plan that was supposed to be putted in the park over 5 years. This year is the third of that plan.
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