WTF is wrong with you management. Good luck manning the park...its a "Call Out Christmas".
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The company is horrible, it's disgusting the way the treat guests and employees, we were told we had 3000 tickets and passes per team, we were like 16 teams, to give away if guest was complaining, anything we would just throw those off like candy, and if we needed more they would give us more just to keep everyone shut up, some people were coming out of state with only one date available and we had to tell them, "lol sry, here is some stupid ticket u can use one year from now, i dont care if u can or can't, take it or leave it bcos product non refundable lel", it was f—ing stupid
SR is a POS THATS IT.
Dear Cindy Lou Who - In its 45 year history, BGW has never been open on Thanksgiving or Christmas. So I'll stay and fight to right the SEA ship. I'll fight to keep BGW a family park and not an outdoor bar. I'll fight for all of us to recieve competitive wages; excellent benefits and real incentives and bonuses. Being awarded an extra "Friends and Family" and five 1/2 off passes is not a bonus; Its a slap in the face to the hard working SEA Team Members. SEA has done nothing but take from its employees. So Cindy Lou Who...I am trying to move SEA forward...forward in a direction where the priorities are 1) Team Members, 2) Wildlife, 3) Parks and 4) Shareholders. Take care of the first three and SEA will prosper, as will the shareholders. Have a Merry Christmas Cindy Lou Who
Maybe you should just leave the company then. Theme parks across the globe historically are open on Christmas day. You didn't sign a piece of paper saying you won't work it. Get over yourself and help the company move forward.
Lets see, recoup some money for SR and SEA shareholders or spend time with my family. Ummm , I'll be with my family enjoying Christmas day. No personal or financial incentive to work that day. I am not wasting an opportunity to be with my family so SR and the SEA Corporation leadership can fund that 6.8 million dollars in stocks they awarded themselves.
All of the other parks (with the exception of Sesame Place and maybe SWT) have historically been open on Christmas. It’s usually a fairly busy day at the Florida parks. This seems like a good opportunity to try to recoup a little of the millions and millions of dollars that have been lost this year.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg has never been open for Christmas. SEA has ruined our family park. We're nothing more than a bar with coasters...a supped up version of Dave and Busters.
The parks have always been open on Christmas
What is BGW ?