This logo is iconic for longtime visitors to the parks and people who attended the anniversary celebrations, most notably the 50th one in 2011. This logo is still used on older rides and anniversary celebrations.
The logo was changed when Time Warner took over since the original theme doesn't make sense anymore. Instead of real flags, they show simple "lifeguard flags". It's still used on several rides of the era including the 90s replacement Schwarzkopf trains.
This logo lasted for a single season, the lifeguard flags have been colorized, and the last park that still used it was Over Georgia's entrance, which changed in 2017, meaning that there are no remains of this logo anywhere.
This logo was used during the Premier Parks era. It was still used on older entrances until 2015 and the branding for Hurricane Harbor parks.
This logo is the same as the 1999 logo, but horizontal. It was used during the "Mr. Six Era", and the early Jim-Reid era. The flags was put in the middle due to the heavy use of the logo. It is still common to find, although on signs and statues, a variant with the 2015 flag colors replaced it.
This logo was used during the late Jim-Reid era and the Mike Spanos era, the "lifeguard flags" were replaced with more angular variants, and the pink flag is now blue. It is often common due to Six Flags' heavy use of replacing it.
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