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Six Flags To Expand, Acquires Frontier City, White Water Bay

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The world’s largest regional theme park company announced Tuesday that it has acquired the lease rights to five parks, including Frontier City and White Water Bay in Oklahoma City.

The 5 parks to join Six Flags:

  • Frontier City – Oklahoma City
  • White Water Bay – near Oklahoma City
  • Darien Lake – near Buffalo, NY
  • Wet n’ Wild Phoenix – Arizona
  • Wet n’ Wild Splashtown – Houston

Six Flags released a statement saying:

“Today’s announcement represents another milestone in our strategic North-American growth initiative to seek out park acquisitions that expand our addressable market,” said Six Flags Chairman, CEO, and President, Jim Reid-Anderson. “These are all fantastic properties that complement our existing portfolio and provide tremendous added value and cross-visitation opportunities for our extensive Membership and Season Pass base.”

The closing of the purchasing agreement is expected to occur in June.

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