February 1, 2001
Jackson, NJ -- In an unprecedented move by Six Flags officials, Six Flags Great Adventure theme park goers for the first time ever will gain free admission to the Wild Safari during the 2001 season, creating an extraordinary entertainment offer.
"Six Flags is known not only for bringing innovative thrill rides and attractions every year to millions around the world, but also for value entertainment the whole family can enjoy. This year, we're delivering family value by offering the Six Flags Wild Safari free with the purchase of a theme park ticket," announced Muirhead. "There's no greater value anywhere in the theme park industry."
A visit to the Six Flags Wild Safari is one of the most enthralling, amazing and educational theme park experiences in existence. The 350-acre wildlife preserve is the world's largest drive-through safari outside of Africa, featuring more than 1,200 animals from six continents. Its unique drive-through configuration makes it completely different from a visit to the zoo, as animals can walk right up to guests' vehicles for an up-close and personal experience. Guests in 2001 will enjoy the incredible antics of such safari favorites as giraffe, elephants, rhinos, ostriches, tigers, camels and baboons free with their theme park ticket.
Six Flags Great Adventure and Wild Safari will kick-off the 28th season on April 7. For more information, visit the web site at sixflags.com.
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