Six Flags, Inc., the world's largest regional theme park company, announced today it has entered into a one-year, multi-million dollar exclusivity agreement with Gulf Finance House B.S.C., a publicly traded Islamic Investment Bank in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Under the agreement, Gulf Finance will pay for the exclusive right to license the Six Flags brand and related intellectual property for theme park development in the People's Republic of China. Additionally, the two parties may collaborate on the future construction of a Six Flags-themed luxury resort. The deal was unveiled today by Six Flags President and CEO Mark Shapiro and Gulf Finance House Acting CEO Peter Panayiotou.
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