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Tag Archives: merchandise
If you’ve ever met Steven Miller of Disney Park’s merchandise team, then you know what a honest, knowledgeable, and passionate guy he is. Steven has put together a great video highlighting some of the Magic Kingdom’s top selling souvenirs including … Continue reading
I really love today’s TeeFury t-shirt featuring Queen Elsa from Disney’s Frozen and the words “Let it Go.” It reminds me of the “We Can Do It” Rosie the Riveter poster. The Shirt of the Day is just $11, but … Continue reading
A story in Jezebel looks at some of the comments being made by upset parents who can’t find merchandise from Disney’s Frozen anywhere in stores and don’t want to pay the high prices on eBay where some limited edition items … Continue reading
Downtown Disney Marketplace is now home to a brand new kiosk called Happy Hound—a place to find all kinds of fun dog accessories. It sells everything from accessorized collars and leashes to toys and clothes, and is sure to offer … Continue reading