Perhaps no other attraction at Disney Parks can evoke the feelings of past and current guests as “it’s a small world.” Sure, a few say they despise it but most at least appreciate the enjoyment it offers along with the global message.
With the cost of a Disney vacation spiraling higher and higher, who would not like the chance at a free one? As such, we here at All Things Mouse have gathered together a few of the currently available Disney contests and sweepstakes offering you the opportunity to enter.
It has been announced by Disney that key management changes will soon be occurring at Disney Parks including the Walt Disney World Resort of Florida and the Disneyland Resort of California. In addition, other changes will also take place with other positions in the worldwide Disney Parks system.
Most notable among the changes will be the installation of George A. Kalogridis as the president of the Walt Disney World Resort. He takes the reigns from Meg Crofton who will focus her attention on her role as President, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Operations, U.S. and France. Crofton has held the international position since July of 2011 along with her duties at the Walt Disney World Resort. Continue reading “Executive Management Changes Coming To Disney Parks” »
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Due to open its doors in the fall of 2011, and currently under construction, the Disney Hawaiian Resort has been officially given the name of Aulani : A Disney Resort & Spa. Consisting of 21 acres, which will include 360 hotel rooms and 481 Disney Vacation Club Villas, the resort marks the first Vacation Club destination outside of the continental United States and only the second to not be located near one of the company’s theme parks.
The Walt Disney Company announced in a press release that they are one step closer to another theme park. According to the statement, the central government of China has given preliminary approval for a Shanghai park to be built.
With this go ahead, Disney is free to work with its partners to create a final agreement for a park similar to the other parks the company has created abroad such as Hong Kong Disneyland, Disneyland Paris and Tokyo Disney. If given the final approval it would mark the sixth park under the Disney umbrella including Disneyland, Walt Disney World. Continue reading “Disney Gets Nod For Another Park” »