Posted Monday, June 2, 2014 9:27 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Six Flags trains its employees to watch for potential stress points in a customer’s day and to turn those experiences into something positive.
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Then, according to some reports, they should have a whole crew out there at the front gate...
This is a very one-sided article. Did Six Flags Great Adventure pay for a lot of advertising in that particular news source in order to get such a glorified, gushing, candy-coated, accolade-filled tribute? Or is it really just "that great?" :D
I've had nothing but positive visits to SFGADv* in the last few years.
Footnote: you could replace SFGADv with any SF park and the statement would be the same.
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