opportunity for paid coaster trip

Wednesday, October 17, 2007 2:23 AM
2 awesome trips which are both absolutely 100% free and on top of that paid $100 a day for traveling on!

Texas 2008
Parks include: Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, SeaWorld - Texas, Schlitterbahn, and more!

East Coast 2008
Parks include: Six Flags Great Adventure, Six Flags New England, Six Flags America, Busch Gardens Europe, Kings Dominion, Dorney Park, and a last day surprise!

full details are available here

link removed -J
*** Edited 10/17/2007 2:33:16 PM UTC by Jeff***

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 2:34 AM
Is this like a secret-shopper trip? Visit parks on our dime as we try to find every safety violation and shame the parks in the process. What exactly is amusementsafety.org getting out of this? Do you have to attend a special amusmentsafety.org training session to learn what to look for? Where exactly is the money coming from?

So many questions!

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 2:52 AM
"There is no catch here, people, no time share type gimmick of any kind, just your opinions on various rides and a good time. We understand there are various people who'd charge a lot of money for a trip like this, but we won't do that. Keep it here at ASO for more information on this trip and various venue safety reports!" - Jason Herrera, Chairman and Founder of Amusement Safety Organization
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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 3:45 AM
Oh Great. Now the Amusement Safety "Organization" is spamming Coasterbuzz.

Gotta love that. (not really).

I do not have the energy to rant about this so-called "organization." Just be careful offering your services to this organization, or you may become part of the laughing stock too.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 3:58 AM
Okay, so this is getting under my skin.

The ASO does not conduct any kind of Safety inspections beyond casual observations from "public" areas. As far as I know, they have no "safety experts" on staff. Many, if not most or all the articles or teasers they post are plagarized, with no credit given to the original authors.

They basically are a database of horrific accidents that happen on Amusement rides, and thats all. These people are no different then you or I. They are simply Joe's off the street pretending to have some authority or knowledge that they truly do not.

This organization has been brought up time and time again. All they are good for is scaring people out of having a good time.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 10:00 AM

James K said:
The ASO does not conduct any kind of Safety inspections beyond casual observations from "public" areas. As far as I know, they have no "safety experts" on staff.

all they are trying to do is offer amusement park patrons information about the safety of rides, since that is the case all they need is whats presented to the public at the parks


James K said:
They basically are a database of horrific accidents that happen on Amusement rides, and thats all. These people are no different then you or I. They are simply Joe's off the street pretending to have some authority or knowledge that they truly do not.

I don't think they are pretending to have any authority, I believe they are trying to keep the amusement industry safe for people like you and I


James K said:
This organization has been brought up time and time again. All they are good for is scaring people out of having a good time.

Hey if offering anyone who simply sends in an email a free coaster trip scares you out of a good time then I guess we're on 2 different wave lengths
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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 10:34 AM
Don't spam my site with this crap from an imaginary organization of self-appointed "experts" without qualifications.
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Closed topic.

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