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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2019 8:40 am
by SixFlagsAstroworld
My only concern for this is the Coke products being switched to Pepsi :Pr

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2019 8:47 am
by Coastard69
^Frontier City is already a Pepsi park, so I wouldn't be surprised. Now as a vegan diabetic, I would be very disappointed they took away my diet option. But at least Mountain Dew is pretty good.

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2019 8:40 pm
by Haymaker
SFDL is Pepsi too, but switched to it just before SF took over again.

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:23 pm
by Rollercoaster Rider
I think people are getting too scared of what the former CEO did.

How many Cruise ships did Matt add to Cedar Fair?

A previous Six Flags CEO Bob Pittman used to work for Toys R Us

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 11:52 pm
by Jew
Rollercoaster Rider wrote:I think people are getting too scared of what the former CEO did.

How many Cruise ships did Matt add to Cedar Fair?

A previous Six Flags CEO Bob Pittman used to work for Toys R Us


Big Box stores and Cruise Ships are not Cedar Fair or Six Flags core business. Selling soda for as high a profit as possible is. Not far fetched to think he would use his connections at Pepsi to negotiate an even better deal than Coke offers as soon as he is able to.

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 2:37 pm
by mary.pesik
sfkk wrote:So the big question of the night. Will Spanos continue the cheesy video precedent set by Jim Reid Anderson? If I had to guess I’d say no.

I hope so. I got a kick out of the New for 2018 and New for 2019 videos. Though that's probably because Cyborg was in them
:cry:

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:46 pm
by SLCHeadache
SixFlagsAstroworld wrote:My only concern for this is the Coke products being switched to Pepsi :Pr

My only concern is no more Coke Freestyle machine at SFA. I'll downgrade to gold plus from platinum if they don't have Diet Mountain Dew in the fountains.

Then again, that building's usually closed anyway. :p

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:43 pm
by ytterbiumanalyst
^ I would love to see them replaced with Spire machines. It would be the most Six Flags thing they could do.

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:31 pm
by 805Andrew
ytterbiumanalyst wrote:^ I would love to see them replaced with Spire machines. It would be the most Six Flags thing they could do.


That would be funny. If they end up switching to Pepsi whenever their Coke contract runs out might as well at least have machines with a bunch of flavor options to replace the Coke Freestyle machines. I never thought Six Flags would switch to Pepsi since they've had a decades long relationship with Coke but now I see it as possible. It would probably be at least a few years though *if it happens*.

Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 4:54 am
by Rollercoaster Rider
SLCHeadache wrote:
SixFlagsAstroworld wrote:My only concern for this is the Coke products being switched to Pepsi :Pr

My only concern is no more Coke Freestyle machine at SFA. I'll downgrade to gold plus from platinum if they don't have Diet Mountain Dew in the fountains.

Then again, that building's usually closed anyway. :p



2 Things:
1- Mountain Dew is a Pepsi Production, Maybe your talking about Mello Yello?
2- Would not be against Baja Blast all over Six Flags. I love that stuff


Also, Fun fact: Jim Reid also used to work for Pepsi

https://wallmine.com/people/42305/james-reid-anderson

https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2010/07/14/425070/196457/en/Brightpoint-Appoints-James-Reid-Anderson-as-New-Director.html?culture=en-us