April 26, 2007
London -- Lo-Q Virtual Queuing finalized a deal with Six Flags that will keep its virtual queue systems in use at five Six Flags theme parks through 2009. The virtual queue system is called "Flash Pass" at Six Flags theme parks.
Under the new agreement, Six Flags will also install the Lo-Q virtual queue system at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, IL and La Ronde near Montreal. The two new parks will use Lo-Q's new VQ2020 system.
The existing five Six Flags parks will transition to the new system before the start of the 2008 season. Lo-Q's virtual queue system is currently in place at Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Over Georgia, Six Flags Great Adventure, Six Flags New England and Six Flags St. Louis.
Lo-Q and Six Flags also intend to work together to continue to improve the system.
Since the system was installed at five Six Flags parks, more than 2 million guests have rented a Q-bot to use the virtual queue system.
For more information, about Lo-Q, visit lo-qusa.com.
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