Six Flags to Change policy regarding people with disability and their accompanying person
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The signers below hereby request Six Flags Entertainment Corporation to modify their policy with regards to entrance and fee for an accompanying person assisting a Six Flags customer with a medically-recognized disability.
We believe that a person with a medically-recognized disability should be allowed to have one accompanying person enter a Six Flags’ park, without cost, in order to assist the individual with the disability. The accompanying person may be a paid personal assistant or a non-paid assistant, including, but not limited to, a parent, sibling, other relative or friend. The accompanying person must be there primarily to assist the person with the disability.
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