Veteran Flashes Thumbs-Up On Roller Coaster During 2,000th Day In A Row Visiting Disneyland

by Caralynn Lippo
Caralynn is a writer, native New Yorker, TV enthusiast, and dog mom to Hobbes.

Everyone knows that most children love all things Disney — but the “Happiest Place on Earth” isn’t just for kids.

Plenty of parents and older siblings are just as excited to visit either of the California or Florida theme parks as the younger kids they go with.

I’m one of those Disney-loving adults, and I thought that I was the ultimate Disney fan. But I’ve got nothing on one incredibly dedicated California man, who has managed to visit Disneyland every single day — for nearly 5 and a half years!

Jeff Reitz, an Air Force veteran from Huntington Beach, California, accomplished the impressive feat on June 22, 2017.

When he walked through the familiar turnstile that day, it marked his 2,000th day in a row visiting the beloved park.

Jeff thinks that his accomplishment will probably land him in the Guinness Book of World Records. But as of now, his amazing record is only an unofficial one at the Anaheim, California park.

The Orange County man was given an annual pass as a gift back when he was unemployed in 2012. He used the pass every single day that year. He’s since gotten a full-time job but still makes time to visit Disneyland after work.

That’s one way to unwind after a long day at the office!

You can follow more of Jeff’s Disney adventures over on his Facebook page, Disney366.

How would you like to visit Disneyland every single day? Check out how Jeff spends his park time in the video below!

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