I spent an hour yesterday watching the 4 pm newscast on NBC channel 4 waiting for a report that they specifically said would air in regards to the CF aqqusition & they never broadcast it! Instead we got treated to a local politician running his mouth about some scandal he was involved in for a good 20 minutes or so which probably explains why the report never aired.
So now Six Flags and Cedar Fair are the last two regional amusement park companies left? I dont know, I definately felt that the Paramount parks had an atmosphere that was so unique from the other two chains. I am really hoping that doesnt change too much, as I have always felt that PKI was the best park in Ohio, by a long shot. Hopefully there wont be that many changes to the park, just wishful thinking I suppose.
There is still HFEC which owns Silver Dollar City, Celebration City, and a few others. They also co-own Dollywood. They also run Dolly's Dixie Stampede shows all over the country whereever they happen to be. They also run Stone Mountain in Georgia.
There is also Kennywood Entertainment which runs or owns Kennywood, Lake Compounce, and Idlewild.
There are some other smaller chains I am sure that I am missing.
Now you're going to pick at headlines? Time to diversify your hobbies.
Yeah. As opposed to you making the title misleading just to make it appear as if actually many people care about the acquisition. His knock was good. Yours was a cheap shot out of being called out on. :)
We all know the chain of parks were acquired. Why you decided to collect some regional paper articles as a headline story is beyond me.
Looks like Cedar Fair favors Snoopy over Nickelodeon. because in some of the articles it says they are hoping to integrate Snoopy into some of the newly aquired parks. I thought it would be the opposite.