Plaque in front of reflecting pool

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Post by BrianPlencner »

RLAiello wrote:Wow... color me wrong!

But when I worked there, I never saw a plaque there. So it was probably removed after Six Flags bought the park.
Yeah. I started in 1988 as well, and I don't remember seeing anything like that at the front of the park. My guess is that it was removed in 1983 or 1984.

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Post by SFGAmfreak4life »

If you look at this picture you can see the little plaque that Six Flags placed in the pool.
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Post by RLAiello »

That was put in about the late 90s or so.
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Post by jonrev »

I have a closeup of it somewhere and yes it was put in somewhere between 1991 and 1998 because it has the Time-Warner Six Flags logo on it.
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Post by retlawfan »

If I remember correctly, and I am probably not, Santa Clara had a plaque with the KECO mission statement on it during its' days.

Does anyone have the text of it?

I think the KECO mission statement included something like:

To make people happy by providing fun and excitement and memorable experiences, and to take them away from their day to day world.

...or something like that.
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