dkeith Posted August 16, 2016 Share Posted August 16, 2016 ^^^ Apparently the Christ of Dollywood has spoken! If you go to Dollywood, you will be helped in by the ride op's on everything except Lightning Rod (unless this policy has changed since Sunday, Aug 14 2016). And if the pak has changed their policy in the past day shame on them for taking a step in the wrong direction. Helping people out is what a family based environment is supposed to embrace. Just listen to what Dolly preaches herself. And injuries should not be apart of that equation. Disney will not in any means help anyone with restraints and definitely do not touch them to check if they're locked for fear of the same problems. This is why at every coaster there are test seats and many many signs posted around the seats and the entrance of the rides themselves encouraging guests of larger stature to try the test seat. Otherwise, Dollywood does not want to ruin the experience by injuring their guests, which in turn would cause them to cut their vacations short and I shall repeat that ALL rides at the park are not allowed to help push down restraints whether you choose to believe those who work there or not. It doesn't change the fact that this can and will cause injuries and will ruin the "Creating Memories Worth Repeating" doctrine of the park more so than it would be if we were to suggest another ride like row 4 on Wild Eagle or Tennessee Tornado. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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