Six Flags New England helping schools on National Coaster Day
FREE Admission with 20+ School Supply Items
Help Keep Kids on Track on National Roller Coaster Day
What: Six Flags New England is hosting its annual National Coaster Day on Wednesday, August 16. The Coaster Capital of New England is home to 13 roller coaster experiences and takes pride in National Roller Coaster Day.
Six Flags New England is partnering with the United Way of Pioneer Valley to help “keep kids on track” this school year. Guests who bring in 6-19 school supply items, will receive $20.17 off the Main Gate admission price.
Guests who donate 20 or more items, will receive free admission to the park valid August, 16 only.
All school supplies collected will be donated to the United Way of Pioneer Valley’s annual “Stuff the Bus” campaign, an annual program designed to grant disadvantaged children in the Springfield and Holyoke area access to everything they need to start a successful school year.
This year, the United Way and Six Flags New England are going big as they anticipate thousands of donations. The United Way of Pioneer Valley will provide over one thousand backpacks to low income or homeless children throughout the area. The Coaster Capital of New England and United Way are passionate about education and are committed to “keeping kids on track” this school year.
When: Wednesday, August 16
Where: Six Flags New England
Donations will be collected from 10:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16
(release from Six Flags New England)