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International Expansion Accelerates as Two Six Flags-Branded Parks to Open in Vietnam


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GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 21, 2016-- Six Flags Entertainment Corporation(NYSE:SIX), the world's largest regional theme park company, today announced a new strategic partnership with NaVi Entertainment, a private company based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to build a theme park and a water park in Vietnam using the Six Flags and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor brand names, respectively. Both are expected to open in the next three to four years.

"Our international licensing strategy is gaining momentum and provides strong long-term upside for the company above and beyond the growth opportunity of our North America properties,” said John Duffey, president and CEO of Six Flags Entertainment.

“We are excited to announce our third international licensing partnership and are honored to work with the highly-qualified team at NaVi Entertainment as we continue expanding the Six Flags brand globally,” saidJohn Odum, president of Six Flags International Development Co.

"We are delighted to bring the Six Flags brand to Vietnam through the development of these two parks, and confident we can offer guests unique and thrilling experiences like no other in the country,” said Tin Nguyen, Chairman of NaVi Entertainment.

Terms of the arrangement were not disclosed.

About Six Flags Entertainment Corporation

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation is the world’s largest regional theme park company with $1.3 billion in revenue and 18 parks across the United States, Mexico and Canada. For 55 years, Six Flags has entertained millions of families with world-class coasters, themed rides, thrilling water parks and unique attractions.

 

 

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Interesting to see the HH brand name in there. I'd have figured they'd use something a bit more sensitive in a part of the world where tropical storms are quite common.

 

Then again, SF isn't entering these agreements so these parks can actually be built. So it may not come to be after all.

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