Just a rumor..but interesting anyway
BEIJING—A Chinese property developer whose owner bought a stake in SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. is piling up overdue loans worth hundreds of millions of dollars, as a government campaign to control debt starts to squeeze China’s property sector.
Zhonghong Holding Co. disclosed in a regulatory filing Monday that it defaulted on more than 1.1 billion yuan in borrowings, doubling in the past five weeks a pile of overdue debt that totaled 2.27 billion yuan ($360 million).
Six flags has Bought a SeaWorld park before, and made their preexisting park combined with the SeaWorld Ohio park. Who’s to say they can’t do that here? If they do, they could totally do with the animals and things like that, after all, they have done it in the past. I just hope no theming is taken away and they don’t turn it into Busch Great Advertisement.I just went to Great Adventure a couple of weeks ago, after many years of staying away. I really, really hope the corporate priorities in evidence at that park are not the future of Busch Gardens.
Which is not to say I believe the SF rumor any more this time than last time, or the time before...
Okay, but do what here?Six flags has Bought a SeaWorld park before, and made their preexisting park combined with the SeaWorld Ohio park. Who’s to say they can’t do that here?
To be fair to SFA, in my experience, they have far and away the best customer relations and friendliest staff in the region. Maintenance, on the other hand, sucks.We live less than 45 minutes from Six Flags America, and yet we still have memberships to BGW.
Please, I really hope this doesn't happen. Six Flags management is terrible. They do everything as cheaply as can be, with no regard to the customer's experience. They figure if the ticket price is low enough, they'll pack in the parks. And, once they sell the pass/membership, they don't care how badly the customer is treated. They'll come anyway, they already have the ticket (and once in the park, people need to eat/drink).