Convention and Visitors Bureau Uses the Wrong Six Flags in Photo to Promote the Holidays
I caught an interesting error on my Facebook feed yesterday – see if you can spot the problem with the photo that the Vallejo Convention and Visitors Bureau is using to promote the holidays in their fair city. Those who know Six Flags Discovery Kingdom well should see it right away:
Unfortunately, Discovery Kingdom doesn’t have a Superman themed drop tower – or ANY drop tower for that matter. It would appear the photo was actually taken at Six Flags Over Texas.
You’d think the folks who were tasked with promoting and advertising their city would at least know what major attractions were at their home park…unless they know something we don’t!
This entry was posted on November 16, 2013 by Great American Thrills. It was filed under Amusement Parks, Social Media and was tagged with CA, California, convention and visitor's bureau, Discovery Kingdom, FAIL, false advertising, great american thrills, holiday in the park, kris rowberry, kristopher rowberry, over texas, six flags, tourism, travel, Vallejo, wrong photo.
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