Six Flags Entertainment Corp. today announced that after 17 months as Six Flags CEO, John Duffey will be retiring from the position. Leaving the position, John Duffey will be replaced by his predecessor Jim Reid Anderson, a leader that held the position of Six Flags CEO from August 2010 to February 2016. Neither the corporation nor John Duffey and his peers have given a reason for his departure from the company at this time, only living individuals to speculate whether or not this really was a self-proclaimed retirement.
Jim Reid Anderson today spoke about Duffey regarding the position change, stating the following: “I do want to wish John all the very best for the future and to thank him for his major contributions during his excellent tenure with the company, including his time as president and CEO.”
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