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If you were a business owner and had so many customers who wanted to visit your establishment that it became over crowded and unpleasant, you’d still consider that a good thing, right? The question becomes, what do you do with … Continue reading
Walt Disney World is kicking off 2014 with a great deal for Florida Residents. The special parks admission offer of 3 days for $129 plus tax, (one theme park per day; can be used at any of the four Walt … Continue reading
Alisa Yenokyan, a 22 year old woman from Hollywood was arrested last week for allegedly selling fake Disneyland tickets she advertised on Craigslist to unsuspecting buyers. Dozens of families were duped and didn’t even realize it until they arrived at … Continue reading
Normally there is a little dip in the tourism levels in the late winter and early spring at the Disneyland Resort. To help keep the parks busy, they’ve offered incentives for locals to visit and spend a little of their … Continue reading