Six Flags New England, the region’s largest theme park, is holding its annual job fair to fill 3,000 positions. Openings are available in admissions, food, games, pool guards, loss prevention, park services, retail and rides — with most positions to be filled on the spot. The park offers paid training, benefits, flexible schedules, and free park admission.
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SeaWorld is giving back to educators by making Southern California teachers grades kindergarten through 12 eligible for free one year passes with unlimited admission to SeaWorld San Diego.
Scheduled to open this October in Winter Haven, Florida, LEGOLAND is looking to hire at least 1000 employees. The destination said it needs to take on 1,000 Model Citizens — the park’s name for employees — to staff 50 rides, shows, and attractions.
A family is taking legal action against Disney World, claiming that an incident at one of Disney’s parks turned their vacation into a horrifying experience.
Walt Disney World’s Splash Mountain water ride at Magic Kingdom saw the installation of new lap bars during its scheduled winter refurbishment last month. Here’s the Destination: Theme Park report of how the newly-installed bars affected the ride.
Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey is looking to hire more than 4,100 employees for the 2011 season.
Mickey’s Toontown Fair is set to close on February 11 to make way for the new Fantasyland expansion. That being the case, Mickey and Minnie will relocate their meet and greets to a spot near Space Mountain in Tomorrowland starting February 12, 2011.
Quadriplegic guest Jose Martinez is suing Disneyland, alleging that theme park staff left him stranded on the It’s A Small World ride for 40 minutes while evacuating other passengers.
Paramount Pictures has announced plans to contribute to a theme park in Spain, which has become the world’s third most visited country. The park will be located somewhere in the southeastern region of Murcia on the Mediterranean coast.
Ocean Breeze Waterpark in Virginia Beach, VA has been purchased by former Six Flags executives Kieran Burke and Gary Story.