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  • Kelly Clarkson Worked At Six Flags Over Texas on Random Six Flags Secrets Only People Who Work There Can Tell You

    (#2) Kelly Clarkson Worked At Six Flags Over Texas

    With a franchise as expansive as Six Flags, some employees were bound to move on to bigger and better things. At Six Flags Over Texas (the franchise's first location), the list of celebs who were once park employees is fairly extensive. Singer/songwriter John Denver, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, and Dwayne O'Brien from the band Little Texas all got their start selling snacks and buckling kids into coasters.

    Of all the star-studded employees, the most notable alumni is probably Kelly Clarkson, who sang and danced in the park's shows. See if you can spot her spinning in the "Wild West Revue" show posted to the park's Facebook page.

  • Bringing Coke Can Save You Cash on Random Six Flags Secrets Only People Who Work There Can Tell You

    (#6) Bringing Coke Can Save You Cash

    Six Flags has their standard admission price, but a discount is readily available to just about anybody. Just bring a can of Coca-Cola to any Six Flags park, and your price of admission drops significantly. At most parks you'll save $15, while at others the discount can be as steep as $20. 

    At Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, the discount is only $5, but even so, if you buy that can of Coke for a dollar or less, it's still worth it. 

  • They Have The World's Tallest, Fastest Looping Coaster on Random Six Flags Secrets Only People Who Work There Can Tell You

    (#9) They Have The World's Tallest, Fastest Looping Coaster

    If you don't mind getting a little dizzy, then Full Throttle is the coaster for you. Located at Magic Mountain in California, it's both the world's tallest looping coaster, and the world's fastest. At its highest point, you'll loop around 160 feet above the ground, and it has three separate launches that take you to 70 MPH.

  • Park Employees Have Fun After Hours on Random Six Flags Secrets Only People Who Work There Can Tell You

    (#3) Park Employees Have Fun After Hours

    On a Reddit AMA with employee CalmingCalamity of Six Flags Great Adventure, one user asked something many others were probably wondering. "Do employees ever stick around and ride the rides after hours?"

    The answer is yes... sort of. "Yes! Once a month we'll have the park open for employees only from 10-12," CalmingCalamity responded. While this might not be the case at all locations, it sounds like a great way to close out the work day. Not too many accountants get to clock out and then spend two hours riding coasters on their boss's dime.

  • The Name Refers To A Piece Of Texas History on Random Six Flags Secrets Only People Who Work There Can Tell You

    (#5) The Name Refers To A Piece Of Texas History

    The original Six Flags park is called Six Flags Over Texas, and is located in Arlington, TX. As it turns out, the amount of flags featured in the franchise's name were not decided upon arbitrarily. Throughout history, Texas has considered itself linked to six different ruling entities: the United States, Mexico, France, Spain, the Confederacy, and Texas itself.

    When it was originally founded in 1961, Six Flags Over Texas had six different sections, each one themed after one of the flags. These days, the park has increased to include ten different sections, such as Gotham City and Bugs Bunny Boomtown. However, the number of flags flying out front remains the same. 

  • The Park's Coasters Appear In 'RollerCoaster Tycoon' on Random Six Flags Secrets Only People Who Work There Can Tell You

    (#8) The Park's Coasters Appear In 'RollerCoaster Tycoon'

    The RollerCoaster Tycoon videogames allow players to run their own Six Flags-style amusement park. However, similarities between the game's coasters and the ones at Six Flags are more than just a coincidence.

    Actual Six Flags coasters are featured within the game. If that weren't cool enough, with RollerCoaster Tycoon World, Atari partnered with Six Flags so that they could include the layout of several parks. Six Flags gave Atari data on the schematics of the parks, traffic patterns of customers within the parks, and more.

    When you're playing the game, it's not just some developer's wild guess about what it might be like to run an amusement park; it's about as close to the real deal as you can get.

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Six Flags is the largest theme park chain brand in the world, headquartered in New York City. Currently, it manages 30 theme parks and water parks, of which 24 are named after Six Flags. Its first theme park is located in Texas. The name of the park comes from the six flags that flew in Texas in history. People can see the huge track of roller coasters and various rides before entering the amusement park.

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