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Cedar Fair to Invest up to $200 Million for Improvements

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Cedar Fair Entertainment said Thursday it plans to spend $175 million to $200 million on improvements at the company's amusement parks, spurred by positive trends and renewed confidence in a business recovery. Cedar Fair said its plans include a new themed area at Kings Dominion in Virginia, the reopening of two newly refurbished resort properties at Cedar Point in Sandusky and the 50th anniversary celebration at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. "Based on positive recent trends and our renewed confidence in the recovery of the business, we now plan to invest between $175-$200 million for the 2022 season to improve the guest experience at our parks," Cedar Fair President and CEO Richard Zimmerman said in a statement.