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Freeport, Bahamas

, including a deepened harbour for short-visit cruise ship visitors and hotels offering gambling. Two-thirds of the 300,000 Bahamians live on New Providence, although this proportion has fallen somewhat with the development of Freeport (Freeport, Bahamas) on Grand Bahama. His father, Sir Charles Hayward CBE (Charles William Hayward), began the family involvement with the Bahamas in the 1950s, after relocating his business from the United States. Sir Jack arrived in Grand Bahama in 1956, and became a Vice President of The Grand Bahama Port Authority which helped promote the development of Freeport (Freeport, Bahamas). Sir Jack took over his father's interests in the Bahamas, and continues to play an active role in Freeport, where the ''Sir Jack Hayward High School'' is named after him.


Dubai

" section at their largest theme park at Jackson, New Jersey in April 2007, and planned to open 20 more at its parks across the U.S. in the next decade. The sections emphasised family involvement; they offered joint rides on which parents and children could equally participate. In 2008, Six Flags announced their intentions to open parks with Wiggles World sections in Dubai and across the Arab world. ref name "sixflags" >


United States

, Sir Charles Hayward CBE (Charles William Hayward), began the family involvement with the Bahamas in the 1950s, after relocating his business from the United States. Sir Jack arrived in Grand Bahama in 1956, and became a Vice President of The Grand Bahama Port Authority which helped promote the development of Freeport (Freeport, Bahamas). Sir Jack took over his father's interests in the Bahamas, and continues to play an active role in Freeport, where the ''Sir Jack Hayward


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