Six Flags Finalizes Agreement to Move its World Headquarters to Globe Life Park in Arlington
By Office of Communication
Posted on January 30, 2020, January 30, 2020

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation—the world’s largest regional theme park company and the largest operator of waterparks in North America—has finalized an agreement with the Texas Rangers to occupy the Centerfield Office Building at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The company signed a 15-year lease and will be relocating its world headquarters in the first half of 2020.

Six Flags Entertainment Corporation—the world’s largest regional theme park company and the largest operator of waterparks in North America—has finalized an agreement with the Texas Rangers to occupy the Centerfield Office Building at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The company signed a 15-year lease and will be relocating its world headquarters in the first half of 2020.

“Six Flags and the Texas Rangers share a long history as the original venues that made up the Arlington Entertainment District. We are thrilled with today’s announcement which brings that relationship full circle,” said Six Flags President and CEO Mike Spanos. “Arlington is a fantastic city with a strong commitment to community and public service and our team is excited to work, live and play here. We want to thank the Texas Rangers, Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams and the City Council for bringing the world’s first regional theme park company back to where it all began.” 

Founded by Texas businessman Angus Wynne, the first Six Flags theme park—Six Flags Over Texas—opened in August 1961. Globe Life Park is adjacent to the theme park property and more than 120 full-time Six Flags employees will be housed there. The company now employs more than 50,000 people at its 26 parks worldwide.

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