Six Flags parks are now (almost) smoke-free
Written by Mike M
This initiative expands on current park policy, which states that guests cannot smoke in children's areas, ride lines or waterparks. Designated smoking zones will be set-aside within each park to accommodate the parks' smoking patrons.Tweet
Mark Shapiro, Six Flags President and CEO, said in a statement, "Making our parks smoke-free will be an enhancement to the quality of the Six Flags experience, and our guests will think so too -- nobody should be forced to dodge clouds of smoke when they're strolling through the park with their children. Designating specific smoking zones will allow for a cleaner, friendlier park atmosphere where families can enjoy spending their day."
Well this is excellent news! No more cigarrette butts on the ground and the parks will gain a better reputation.
In comparison to other companies, Disney, Universal, and Busch Gardens also restrict smoking to a few designated areas in each park.
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