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Jonesta6

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So if the potential merger were to happen what would the net effect be besides either a more complicated ticket/pass price structure for the additional parks or potentially an infusion of cash?
 

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Something to keep in mind: per the agreement SEAS made with ABIB; if SEAS is bought out by a competitor, they would lose the Busch Gardens branding. This also holds true if either park is sold off. Whether or not they could get a new licensing deal would totally be on ABIB.
 
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Jonesta6

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Something to keep in mind: per the agreement SEAS made with ABIB; if SEAS is bought out by a competitor, they would lose the Busch Gardens branding. This also holds true if either park is sold off. Whether or not they could get a new licensing deal would totally be on ABIB.

Not that I'm actually doubting per se, but is there direct proof that's an actual agreement with the beer company and/or could there have been a time limit written in somewhere that requires a regular renewal anyways?
 
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If ABInbev gets money from it without doing anything for it they would sign an agreement.

That'd be dependent on being able to ink a new deal, otherwise they'd potentially be losing a small revenue stream (small in terms of the billions of dollars InBev has).

Back to the board issue, curious if this is something they'd let a CEO and their team handle or it'd be yet another micromanaged item.
 
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Being new to this board, has this been a problem at BGW? I would assume BGW and BGT are healthy parks, and the higher churn is at under performing parks?
 
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