Drew and Legend talk about Gwazi closing and the ropes course tragedy before reminiscing on all that was the year 2014.
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Gene from Six Flags Over Georgia is the guest this week to talk Holiday in the park and more, plus A LOT of Sea World chit chat
The guys are back after a two week break. When I say break, I mean they were at IAAPA. Lots of work, but the guys still had some fun! They talk about all the IAAPA fun, along with some news.
This year at the S&S Booth they unveiled the ride vehicle for the new for 2015 Batman The Ride at Six Flags Fiesta Texas. This ride will be the first ever 4D Free Spin coaster by S&S. Check out our video below.
Six Flags Magic Mountain was at the Rocky Mountain Construction booth to unveil there new Twisted Colossus roller coaster train at the IAAPA Expo. Check out our video coverage below.
Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags St. Louis will be receiving new Sally dark rides in 2015 as guest help the Justice League fight off villains in this Battle for Metropolis. In this video we see Six Flags, Sally Corporation, and Oceaniering unveil there new ride features. We also talk with Six Flags Over Texas’ Park President Steven Martindale and Sally Corporation’s Rich Hill about the 2015 attraction.
The full gang is back! Drew talks about his great trip to Jamaica, The Legend went to the final days of Food and Wine Festival, and Clint talks about how Best Buy screwed him over. There is some coaster news in there as well.
The Legend is back from his cruise, and Drew left for Jamaica. Clint quits his job and becomes a professional podcaster (does not make the show better). We talk about Kings Islands new ride, Wild Adventures new ride, Skline Attractions new ride, Toyko Disneylands new rides. We talk a lot about new rides.
The Legend is on a cruise this week so we welcome Pete Owens from Dollywood to stop by and talk about A Smoky Mountain Christmas, Dreammore, and IAAPA. Clint talks about how someone born today may never drive a car. Drew and Clint talk some news, and we read listener mail.
Six Flags board of directors increased the dividends to its shareholders for the 4th quarter of 2014. The board approved increasing the dividend by $0.05 from $0.47 to $0.52. The Company attributes this to a strong momentum. This is an 11 percent increase overall for the last 5 years with five straight years of increases.
Six Flags had revenue of 1.1 billion from its 18 parks in the US, Canada and Mexico. Six Flags is the largest regional theme park company.