This just puts a real cap on the year. Perhaps I can say outside of Disney the industry has seen some really big knots at least in the last 6 months: Six Flags claims Chapter 11, Busch Entertainment sold as result of a Anheuser-InBev merger, and now this to cap it. I know the Busch scenario doesn't really tie in but the point is the changes that are occurring.
^^ I don't think there would be a "coaster war" between Knott's and SFMM. Knott's just doesn't have the room for that many coasters of a large size.
Regarding Cedar Fair being bought out, I'm still not sure whether to be excited or scared. I'm excited for the improvements that may come, but I'm also hesitant... for some reason I can't put my finger on. I think it's the idea of change that's keeping me kind of unsure about this whole deal, wether it's good or band change, if that made any sense at all.
Either way, it will be interesting to see how this all turns out.
^^That is a very good point, maybe they had it in the back of their heads to leave it to who ever buys them out. Seeing as though deals like this don't just happen over night maybe that was their mind set. Either way this deal is a big shocker for me.
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