"I love going on the attractions, you know, the music and everything", Reitz said.
"It was something to do to keep things fun", he said. Employed at the VA now, Reitz continues to visit every day after work because it helps him to decompress after a long day. Because of his day job, he usually visits the theme park in the evenings.
Jeff Reitz, 44, has visited the park 2,000 times in a row. "I'll go on that rain or shine".
Back in 2012, Reitz was going every day with his friend Tonya Mickesh of Lake Forest.
"I have memories of riding it with my mom and holding onto my blankie", he said.
He's an Air Force veteran and says it's something he looks forward to every day - and he's been doing it since January 2012.
This month he's visiting the parks during Summer of Heroes, a celebration highlighted by Super Hero encounters and the new Guardians of the Galaxy-Mission: BREAKOUT! attraction in Disney California Adventure, which Reitz already has experienced more than a dozen times. I'm loving that one. He has visited every restaurant.
"I love walking around taking pictures, talking with cast members and guests", he said. Reitz has annual passes.
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