- SIX posted earnings of $36 million, or 15 cents per share, compared to a loss of 2 cents per share a year ago.
- Revenue rose 7% to $154.19 million.
- On average, analysts expected the company to reported a net loss of 21 cents and revenue of $149.12 million.
Jim Reid-Anderson, SIX's chairman, president, and CEO, commented: "Strategic focus and excellent execution have been the key drivers of our fourth year of record financial performance. With 2013 guest-satisfaction scores also at a record high, our guests recognize we are providing innovative rides and attractions, superb service, and great value for their money. We are well-positioned as we enter the 2014 season and remain focused on delivering our target of $500 million of Modified EBITDA by 2015, equating to almost $3 of cash earnings per share."SIX's Dividend SIX will pay its next quarterly dividend of 47 cents on March 10. We expect the company to declare its next dividend in May. Stock Performance Six Flags shares were mostly flat during pre-market trading Wednesday. The stock is up 3.88% YTD.