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Although I agree SF needs a shake up, not exactly sure Snyder is the answer. Some of the suggestions he's mentioned to turn SF around aren't really what the parks need. Throwing money and more advertising in the parks aren't going to fix the real problems of parks like SFMM (bad customer service and park/ride upkeep and maintenance). Hopefully I'm wrong and this will really be a turning point for the chain. SFMM has so much potential, could really be a world class theme park if it were run by someone who had a grasp of what truly makes a great theme park experience.
"I don't know why I did it, I don't know why I enjoyed it, and I don't know why I'll do it again..."- Bart Simpson
A bit shocked about this developement.... last I had heard from a former Cedar Point manager that still keeps pretty close ties to the company, Cedar Fair was trying to gather up enough to place a bid on Six Flags. I guess that didn't turn out too well.