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Six Flags Over Texas Aims to Break World Record for Biggest Snowball Fight

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    Six Flags Over Texas Aims to Break World Record for Biggest Snowball Fight
    Giles Lamar laughs while throwing a snowball in Oxford, Miss. on Sunday. Most people aren't in such good spirits. A large portion of the country, including the normally balmy South, is suffering through blizzard conditions as we get set to enter Spring.

    Even though Texans are not used to the snow, Six Flags is having its national snow day and parks across the country are attempting to break the record for world's largest snowball fight.

    Six Flags Over Texas will open registration tables to participate in the snowball fight on Saturday Dec. 9 at 10:30 a.m. Participants will then head to the Looney Tunes section where the event will take place.

    Following the event guests will be allowed exclusive ride time for some of the rides in the park as well as the opportunity to meet and greet the Looney Tunes characters. 

    Canada holds the current world record of 8,200 participants with real snow. However, Six Flags aims at reaching 9,000 participants with fake snow.

    Domino's Pizza Launches Outdoor Delivery

    [DFW] Domino's Pizza Launches Outdoor Delivery

    Domino's Pizza is tweaking its home delivery service for those times you're not at home.
    After years of delivery right to your doorstep, Domino's drivers will now deliver to outdoor locations.
    That includes beaches, parks, landmarks, and other outdoor locations across the country.
    Domino's says its drivers will deliver to 150-thousand locations from the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, to the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign.
    The locations are now active and show up in the company's app or website as "Domino's Hotspots."
    Customers pre-pay for their orders, select a location, and your pizza is on the way.
    Previously, Domino's delivered to offbeat locations, but, the new service sets up designated drop off points.
    The service was tested last fall in Miami before being rolled out nationwide.

    (Published Monday, April 16, 2018)

    The park will open to the general public at noon.

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