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The Tip Top
Winter 2010
The Great Escape learned a
lot from its first Holiday in the
Park and plans are already
being made for a repeat
event in 2010. Management
plans to adjust operating
hours, add more lights and
expand the selection of rides,
Skating ...on the
food and beverage on offer.
bumper car track!
than inhibiting the event, snow enhanced it. Grown For over 50 years The Great Escape has been
adults in snow pants warmed themselves by the fire on creating lasting memories for visitors to the Lake
even the coldest of days! George region. Holiday in the Park offered a new way
Visitors could also enjoy a weekend getaway by for them to celebrate the festive season. Combined
taking advantage of special Holiday in the Park with our annual Fright Fest each fall, we now provide
packages at the Six Flags Great Escape Lodge. After a multiple family experiences through the year. Roll on
day filled with holiday cheer at The Great Escape, they winter 2010!
could then soak up all the wet and balmy fun of White
Water Bay, the Lodge’s 38,000 sq ft indoor waterpark.
Don McCoy has served as president of The Great Escape
Overall, the inaugural Holiday in the Park was a
since July 2007. During a distinguished career he has also
tremendous success. The feedback from guests was
worked at White Water and American Adventures in Atlanta,
very positive and the support of the community
Georgia, Wet 'N’ Wild in Orlando, and several Six Flags
extraordinary. Season Pass holders visited numerous
properties.
times. www.sixflags.com/greatescape
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