In an unexpected move, Six Flags announced today that President and CEO John Duffey has retired from the company after only 17 months in those positions. Six Flags Executive Chairman Jim Reid-Anderson has replaced Duffey, who had replaced Reid-Anderson as President and CEO in 2016.
So Reid-Anderson has his old job back and Duffey moves on to... who knows what?
The switch probably won't mean much to fans, as Reid-Anderson had remained in corporate leadership, so this isn't the type of personnel move that one would expect from a company looking to make a major change in direction.Tweet
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