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Tag Archives: The Disney Store
A few days back I was in NYC and remarked how odd it would be to have a Disney Store right next to a Forever 21 location in Times Square. Well, the jokes on me. Disney and Forever 21 have … Continue reading
The closing of the only Disney Store in Vancouver, BC has raised the ire of Disney fans in the area and generated a petition to keep it open. According to numerous Internet posts, the store is set to close on … Continue reading
We’ve heard a little about the new State-of-the-Art store design coming to The Disney Store brand. Inspired by Walt Disney’s legacy of innovation and Steve Job’s Apple Stores, interactivity and personalization will be the name of the game at these … Continue reading
TheStreet.com TV has an insightful interview with Simon Waters, vice president and general manager, Disney Consumer Products North America. Waters explores how vast and varied the company’s product lines now are. What I would have liked to see covered is … Continue reading