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Ahead of the Bell: Six Flags bankruptcy fears grow Shares of Six Flags Inc. fell in premarket trading Friday as worries grew that the theme park operator may have to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. NEW YORK — Shares of Six Flags Inc. fell in premarket trading Friday as worries grew that the theme park operator may have to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Six Flags shares lost 2 cents, or 10.5 percent, to 17 cents in early trading. The stock has traded between 16 cents and $2.50 during the past 52 weeks. In its fourth-quarter earnings report on Tuesday, Six Flags said it does not expect to have enough cash to redeem its preferred income redeemable shares on their redemption date of Aug. 15. The shares, known as PIERS, must be redeemed for $287.5 million plus accrued and unpaid dividends, which may total up to $31.3 million. The company has skipped paying the dividends since May of last year. The company said the PIERS redemption is one hurdle it is hoping to overcome in pursuing a "comprehensive restructuring of its balance sheet." If the company fails to refinance or restructure the PIERS, it would constitute a default that would allow its lenders to demand payment for other obligations. In its annual report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, the company said it may be forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy if it cannot negotiate an out-of-court restructuring agreement with its PIERS holders, common stockholder and creditors. "Such a court filing would likely occur prior to the maturity of the PIERS or well in advance of such date, if we were to conclude at such time that an out-of-court solution is not feasible or advantageous," Six Flags said in the filing. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++... That is from the Seattle Times - Mar 13th. It means that Six Flags might be going into Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which means that they can and will operate while restructuring their debt. It is really a matter of not having enough cash on hand to pay their prefered stock dividends. If they go into Chapter 7 bankruptcy (which has not been mentioned), that means game over for them. PS: Melanie - the Six Flags in New Jersey is Great Adventure. Great America is outside of Chicago.
My girlfriend (40) and I (45) have season passes, and we aren't worried about it. If they file for bankruptcy, it will most likely be the type that allows them to remain operational. They have enough money to remain open for the 2009 season, it's just the dividends and huge bond payments they have to worry about. Given enough time, they can climb out of this mess. Selling excess real estate and underperforming parks is another option.
I don't think so. I hope Great Adventure [the one in new-york the guy was talking about] doesn't close though. I want to go there in the summer!
Whatever they have got in California ... I relatively do hate being in crowds. (smiling) Last time I went someplace was once within the past due eighties (Knots Berry Farm) I select going to the lake or tenting within the wooded area someplace regularly due to the fact I relatively do not like crowds. (guffawing)
As far as I know, they are open. From their website: am worried about the one here in New Jersey. With the economy, everything is going to be rough.
Oooh. i hope not. i go there every summer!!
I don't thank soo.