Six Flags has donated 50,000 theme park tickets to support the State of California’s efforts to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19.
Governor Gavin Newsom visited Six Flags Magic Mountain earlier this week to personally thank Six Flags for the contribution.
“Six Flags is proud to support efforts to vaccinate more Californians, particularly in undeserved communities,” said Mike Spanos, president and CEO of Six Flags. “California is a priority market for the company. We are continuing our commitment to local communities through ticket donations and by hosting vaccination sites at our parks across the country. We are excited to safely create fun and thrilling memories for our guests.”
Californians will receive a free Six Flags ticket when they get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at any of the 65 participating providers, located across 13 counties, serving the most vulnerable residents.
“We’re fully reopening California’s economy, but we’re not letting up on our efforts to get more Californians vaccinated — especially in our hardest hit communities — so we can all safely get back to the activities and places we love, including our state’s iconic landmarks,” said Governor Newsom. “Getting every eligible Californian vaccinated is how we maintain our incredible progress and bring our state roaring back from this pandemic.”
Tickets can be redeemed at any one of the four Six Flags theme parks in California:
- Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia
- Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo
- Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Valencia
- Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Concord
To learn more, visit SixFlags.com.
Governor Newsom recently visited Universal Studios Hollywood to celebrate the park’s reopening, which you can watch in the video below: