Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row

Posted June 26, 2017

Huntington Beach, California resident Jeff Reitz marked a milestone of Super Hero proportions at the Disneyland Resort in Southern California. After succeeding at going everyday that entire leap year, they were rewarded by the park with a night in the Disneyland Dream Suite.

His daily visits to Disneyland helped Reitz stay positive while he was searching for a job, but ultimately became something greater. That's pretty much the classic definition of Disney overload, but it is safe to say Reitz is a big enough Disney fan that he has no regrets about his life choices.

Reitz calls it a treat to go the park every day.

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"I'm still having fun with it, that's the only reason I'm still doing this", Reitz said.

Jeff Reitz, a Disneyland Resort annual passholder, began his daily sojourns to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park on January 1, 2012, according to Disneyland Resort officials.

He said: "I love sitting in the front row, holding the handle and leaning into the turns".

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Along the way he's met many celebrities, and tried the food at almost every restaurant saying, "Pizza Port is my go to place".

But "there's nothing I would turn away from", he said.

"I love walking around taking pictures, talking with cast members and guests", he said. He always enters Disneyland first, before going across the Esplanade to visit Disney California Adventure. "I come, I talk to people, but no one put it together until today".

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