March 24, 2009
Arlington, TX -- Record crowds showed up at Six Flags Over Texas for spring break last week. The flagship park of the Six Flags chain reported its largest one-week attendance in the history of its Spring Break Out event.
Six Flags said the great value and close-to-home entertainment escape proved to be hit with families and thrill seekers alike over the week of March 14 – 22.
Operating hours were extended all-week long for headline entertainment, including live and local performances, featuring more than 25 bands from around North Texas and a special concert from Sean Kingston.
The record attendance was also credited to the successful "Everyone Pays Kids Price" promotion and the sale of season passes.
"Our guests recognize that Six Flags Over Texas is the ideal place to spend quality time with family and get the biggest bang for their hard-earned dollars." said Park President Steve Martindale. "Spring Break was just the beginning. Our mission at Six Flags this summer is to give families a much-needed respite from this economic environment."
Six Flags Over Texas is in its 48th season.
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