Daytona 500 Sells Out For Second Straight Year Heinz Field Hosts Stadium Series Game Drivers: Format Didn't Cause Wrecks In Xfinity Race Orlando City SC Draws 10,473 For Stadium Open House Swofford Hopeful Of ACC's Future In N.C. Sources: Warriors Contact Turner About Shaq Feud Could Ballmer Move Clippers To Inglewood? Cuban Calls Out Bleacher Report For Tweet Sources: Turner Gets UEFA Rights Foot Locker's Q4 Beats Expectations
SBD/Issue 52/FinancePrint All
Snyder To Become
Six Flags Chair?
THREE’S NO CROWD: In DC, Annys Shin notes even if Snyder is successful in securing the shareholders’ votes, he would land only three of the seven seats on the BOD, “not enough to force Burke out and vote in Shapiro.” Also, Six Flags managers in recent weeks “had urged shareholders to wait a few weeks longer before making up their minds about Snyder’s plan so they could compare his offer” with that of a prospective buyer. Snyder previously said that Red Zone “would not block a sale of the company if a promising offer came along.” However, in materials sent to shareholders, Snyder said that it “was not the right time to sell the company” (WASHINGTON POST, 11/23).
PLANS FOR SIX FLAGS: The WALL STREET JOURNAL’s Dennis Berman reports under Snyder and Shapiro’s plan, Six Flags theme parks “would focus less on teenagers and more on families and younger children.” Snyder and Shapiro discussed parks where marketers “could get their products directly in front of consumers -– and pay Six Flags for the right to do so.” They also plan on “installing a set of children’s entertainment characters ... to better attract children to the parks” (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 11/23). In DC, Jen Haberkorn reports Red Zone, as Snyder did at FedEx Field, would offer “exclusive food rights to vendors” inside the parks, and would also look for credit card, cell phone and ATM companies (WASHINGTON TIMES, 11/23).