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New Web resource for contacting theme park customer service reps

2006-06-21

By Robert Niles: One of the frequently asked questions I get e-mailed (and that we get submitted to the Discussion Board), is how does one contact someone at a park he or she's visited about lost and found, a complaint, a compliment, a job, etc.

Theme Park Insider, is, of course, an independent consumers' guide and has no relationship with any theme park or theme park company. But I'm happy to pass along contact information when I have it.

So to keep all those phone numbers, addresses and websites in one place, I've created a wiki page for How to Contact Various Theme Parks. Please feel free to add to or correct information on that page, with any numbers or addresses that you've used to contact the parks in the past.

Let's do keep the contact information listed there restricted to "official" contacts, that is, people authorized to have contact with the public about such things. (In other words, don't submit the e-mail address of your buddy in accounting!) And we're not looking for press and publicity office contacts, either. They're not set up for customer relations stuff.

But if you know a number or address that will get your comment or request to someone at the park who can help the public, please submit it! Thanks.

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