Six Flags announces 'new' guest conduct policy
Written by Robert Niles
Six Flags today announced a new chain-wide code of conduct for its park visitors.Tweet
It's nothing radically different than anything other theme park companies, or even some Six Flags parks have done in the past. In short:
The signal by releasing the policy though should make clear that current Six Flags management really, really, really doesn't want its parks to be the daytime summer home for crowds of A&F-wearing, line-jumping, trash-talking teen-agers anymore.
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