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b.mac

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May 14, 2011
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Premier Parks is not doing well.

Clementon Park was doing worse. Not even making it through its full operating calendar and suddenly closing its doors with no notice or warning to customers who already bought tickets. 2020 Season Passes also have not gone on sale, which is the red flag cherry on top of the velvet red flag cake.

Despite adding a coaster, a Dragon Wagon, which was the first one Clementon acquired in 15 years it appears the curtain finally fell down on Clementon after years of questioning and speculation by locals.

Premier Parks purchased Clementon in the early 2010s and looks to be done with the park not even into the next decade. The park has been up for sale for quite a while with no notable interested buyers, so it looks like Premier finally had enough and pulled the plug.
 
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I wonder if they'll sell the rides or if it's just all going to be put into a landfill or whatever happens to rides that are not relocated.
 

b.mac

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A lot of the rides would be easier to sell for scrap, especially the older end of their lineup.

I doubt they'll be able to find a home for Hellcat, but some of the newer flats put in after the Premier Parks purchase could find a new home elsewhere rather easily.
 
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