Thursday, July 10, 2014

Gurnee's Six Flags Great America Lacks Spanish Language Signs To Warn Latinos Of Danger Areas

Thousands of Spanish speaking visitors go through the gates of Six Flags Great America at Gurnee and not one sign in Spanish warning them of the danger or hazard areas have been posted.

By H. Nelson Goodson
July 10, 2014

Gurnee, Illinois - On Wednesday, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) has learned that not one sign in Spanish can be found inside Six Flags Great America warning the thousands of daily Spanish speaking visitors to the theme park about the dangerous or hazard areas around the rides. Also, signs or information to locate the first aid station is also lacking by administrative personnel who manage the park.
Latinos in Wisconsin and Illinois have become the largest minority population, which many Spanish speaking people, including children get to visit Six Flags on the daily basis and spend millions of dollars per year at the park.
Hopefully, Six Flags management and corporate headquarters can provide the much needed Spanish warning signs to help prevent any incident at the park.

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