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Tag Archives: promotion
Disney Parks and Resorts is out with their next major promotion. The focus is on presenting something new, exciting, and magical each week to reinforce the idea that you must travel to a Disney park now while you can still … Continue reading
Walt Disney World is attempting to drive up a little virtual excitement for New Fantasyland via a new micro-site. The site claims there is a curse preventing all the information about the new land from being revealed and a hero … Continue reading
Disney’s next animated feature takes place in the world of video games when Wreck-it Ralph decides to leave his game, Fix It Felix Jr., and explore other games. But did you know you can now play Fix It Felix Jr.? … Continue reading
There are plenty of Disneyland events that longtime Disney theme parks fans remember fondly (no, the Light Magic ‘premier’ isn’t one of them). One of the most talked about events, even today, is the 60-hour event for the 1987 opening … Continue reading