These excerpts taken from the FUN 10-K filed Feb 29, 2008.
The debt we incurred to finance the acquisition of Paramount Parks, Inc. (PPI) could limit our earnings and cash available for distributions if we do not achieve anticipated savings from integration and increased cash flows.
Our ability to service our debt and maintain our distributions depends in part upon achieving anticipated results from the acquisition of the Paramount Parks. If the acquisition of the Paramount Parks does not generate the anticipated savings from integration, or the acquired parks do not generate the anticipated cash flows from operations, then the debt we put in place to finance the acquisition could limit our earnings and cash available for distribution.
The debt we incurred to finance the acquisition of Paramount Parks, Inc. (PPI) could limit our earnings and
Our ability to service our
FACE="Times New Roman" SIZE="2">Rising interest rates could adversely affect the market price of our Units, which in turn may limit our ability to raise capital for future expansion or acquisitions.STYLE="margin-top:0px;margin-bottom:0px">As a result of our historically strong cash flow and the increasing cash distributions to our unitholders since our initial public offering in 1987, we believe that
investors value our Units based on their yield. In the event of a rise in the prevailing interest rates for similar securities or in general, our Units may be perceived to become less attractive and the market price of our Units may be affected.
This in turn could limit our ability to use our Units to raise capital for future expansion or acquisitions.