Posted Wednesday, July 13, 2011 11:37 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Lo-Q’s recently appointed chairman John Weston has upped his stake in the company with a series of recent transactions. The company, which has developed virtual queuing systems for theme parks, revealed that Weston bought shares on three separate occasions between 1 July and 8 July. In total he bought 29,500 shares, priced between 185 and 192 pence each.
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I just wonder if he's worked out a way to collect his shares before anybody else...
--Dave Althoff, Jr.
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I wonder if this is because he has heard from a little bird that CF will be instituting a system in the future. Adding revenue from 11 parks would surely add to the bottom line if they could get Lo-Q into Cedar Fair.
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