Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari — a combination of theme park and water park in Santa Claus, Indiana — will hold four job fairs to fill 2,100 seasonal positions.
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California’s Great America has confirmed plans to remove the troubled Invertigo roller coaster before the 2011 season, with no immediate plans for a replacement.
Walt Disney World will install lap bars on its Splash Mountain attraction at Magic Kingdom following continuing problems with guests standing on the flume log during the ride.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay recently launched a park-specific blog that will contain stories from all facets of the theme park, including animal training, engineering, entertainment, food, horticulture, merchandise, and more.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vellejo, California (near San Francisco) is looking to fill 1,400 positions, at least 400 of which will be filled at the Six Flags Job Fair on Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM
Six Flags over Georgia will host its annual job fair for the 2011 season on Saturday, with the goal of filling 2,400 available positions.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas plans on re-opening March 5 and will hold a job fair next weekend in anticipation of the 2011 season. Plenty of job openings are available in areas such as admissions, food service, games, security, merchandise and attractions, with many positions are expected to be filled on the spot.
Universal Orlando employees received bonus checks on Thursday in recognition for a great year following the opening of the very successful Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
With media, Disney cast members, and a plethora of VIPs in attendance, the Disney Dream — the newest ship to join the Disney Cruise line — was christened the morning of January 19 in a ceremony at Port Canaveral, Florida.
Busch Gardens was awarded a waiver for a new ride that will replace the Big Bad Wolf roller coaster, which closed in 2009.