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Do you remember the first time you saw a Disney branded consumer good. It was probably Donald Duck Orange Juice. A fun way to get kids to eat a little more nutritiously. Disney knows that getting kids to become animated … Continue reading
Today is the last day fans can enter to win the ultimate Grand Prize for the, “My Princess Moment-—The Story Begins With You” online video contest. The Grand Prize is a trip to Kensington Palace in London on Oct. 2 … Continue reading
Bravo Sports and Disney have issued a voluntary recall of Disney branded pogo sticks due to a fall and laceration hazard. The bottom rubber tip attached to the pogo stick frame can wear out prematurely, posing a fall hazard to … Continue reading
“Aren’t you a little young for an NHL spokesperson?” “Why yes. Yes we are.” That’s not a line of dialog from the popular Phineas & Ferb animated show on Disney Channel, but it might as well be. The brothers and … Continue reading