Friday, May 1, 2009

Staying Safe and Sound at Six Flags

It’s almost time to get the shorts out and head on up to Six Flags in Gurnee, Illinois. Of course, you’ll want to fasten your seat belts and scream your head off when you ride the Demon and American Eagle.
But before you hit the road, you’ll want to learn how you and your family can stay safe and sound with food allergies at the park.
I spoke with Stephanie from the Six Flags public relations department and she offered several, great tips.

  • Pack a lunch. Customer service will issue a “Food Approval Sticker” after they determine your food is indeed allergen free.
  • At the Customer Services desk, you can obtain a list of all the allergen-free foods available throughout the park.
  • If all else fails, ask for a supervisor at any food stand and he or she will assist you with any questions or provide clarifications about a particular menu item.
A special tip from Lisa: Bring a few extra Handi Wipes to clean the rides. You just never know what the rider before you was eating.
Summer is finally here!

    1 comment:

    Blaze said...

    Thanks for the tips!! I love to visit at Six Flags... Their thrill rides are my favorites!!