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Mysterio

Save Mr.Six! Six Flags Mascot now gone..

 

 

In early 2004, a new legend was born. Millions of Americans watched that March as a retro-style bus pulled up at the curb of a neighborhood caught up in its tedium of weekend chores. A feeble old man miraculously reaches the bottom of the steps and stands there on the sidewalk for a second, collecting himself. The bald, aged man was obviously dressed for a special occasion, sporting a suit complimented by his quirky, oversized shoes and glasses. Then, without warning, the silence is broken as he takes off with frenzied, age-defying dance moves inspired by the beat of the song "We Like to Party" by the Vengaboys.

Just a quote from Mr.Six petition. Mr.Six was only two years with Six Flags and everyone knew his face. Made people dance and more! So why not sign this petition! Mr.Six is beloved by all and should stay here.

Plenoptic

Well I already did sign the petition when you posted about this in the original topic. It isn't going to do any good though. People can sign from their computer 200000 times using fake names and no one will know except for IPs. They probably won't do anything about it anyway because they will make up some excuse. I myself used a fake name cause I don't want them knowing any info about me. I do think that was the coolest mascot ever. Man I loved that song.


Mysterio

Tony the Tiger... Ronald McDonald... The Energizer Bunny. All legends in their own respect. When one of those mascots flashes across your TV screen, you instantly recognize the product being advertised. The measure of true success, however, comes when a company's advertising mascot not only accomplishes its primary task, but transcends the world of mere advertising to become a fixture of pop culture. It's that type of advertising that holds the coveted power of ultimately triggering the remote's unmute button during a stretch of commercials.
    In early 2004, a new legend was born. Millions of Americans watched that March as a retro-style bus pulled up at the curb of a neighborhood caught up in its tedium of weekend chores. A feeble old man miraculously reaches the bottom of the steps and stands there on the sidewalk for a second, collecting himself. The bald, aged man was obviously dressed for a special occasion, sporting a suit complimented by his quirky, oversized shoes and glasses. Then, without warning, the silence is broken as he takes off with frenzied, age-defying dance moves inspired by the beat of the song "We Like to Party" by the Vengaboys.

    Mr. Six was his name, and the mysterious mascot soon became the discussion on talk shows, the latest entertainment news, and an overall cultural phenomenon. If you hadn't seen the commercial, you were missing out on something, they implied. For the troubled Six Flags theme park chain, this new advertising campaign appearing on TV sets from sea to shining sea was an appreciated overnight success. Mr. Six's bus began appearing at Six Flags parks around the country, and his first public appearance drew a myriad crowd of impersonators. In 2005, his busy schedule included the debut of his own roller coaster, Mr. Six's Pandemonium at Massachusetts' Six Flags New England.

From the petition



Mr.Six will always be beloved. Now that the petition now gots over 2000 people signed on it is unbeleviable. Maybe one day he will be back. While such a successful icon of upbeat times is intrinsically immortal in a sense, we demand a longer life for the man who brought a smile to our faces over the past two years. We will support the man who whisked us off, away from the monotony and sweat of the mundane, to help live out our American Dreams. I would like to ask for your signature and support of the cause. Tell your friends about the petition. Tell fellow Six Flags guests about the effort. Tell Dan Snyder that we want our mascot back!

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brandice

hmm. Am I the only person who was always really creeped out by that guy? I mean, he'd lure people onto a bus. Sure, they all went to six flags but it just frightened me how he'd get the school kids and stuff to go on that bus.


Mature Lamb

Umm sorry for asking, but who is Mr.Six? I never heard of him in my whole life.. sorry to be rude.


rejected

Mature Lamb, Mr. Six was a person used to advertise Six Flags theme parks. He was put on an extremely large advertising campain, I don't know if it was in countries other than the U.S. though.The link isn't working for me.. is it working for anyone else?


FLaKes

There is a six flags in Mexico but no Mr. Six =(Maybe If he gets fired over there, he might come to work here.


Mysterio

Sorry hear is the link.

New Link to Petition.

We got over 2000 people on there. So come on. Maybe we can bring him back?

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