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The Disney Park’s Moms Panel 2016 search begins soon


Start working on your essays. Disney is looking for Moms, Dads, and Grandparents who have an expertise in Disney travel and a few other special skills that will help communicate best habits and advice for having an enjoyable Disney vacation to join a special advice panel. Disney Parks Moms Panelists not only help plan magical vacations for guests heading to Walt Disney World, but also answer guest questions about Disneyland Resort, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, runDisney, and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Applications to join the 2016 Disney Moms Panel will be accepted beginning September 8th and runs only until noon September 15th. You’ll be competing against thousands of applicants for just a handful of spots. So your essay has to be engaging, grammatically perfect, and full of Disney magic.

Keep an eye on the current panelists for a great idea of what Disney is looking for and good luck.

Now, we just need to get Disney to acknowledge that Dad’s play a role in Disney planning too. How about “Disney Family Travel Panel” for a new name?

2 thoughts on “The Disney Park’s Moms Panel 2016 search begins soon”

  1. As a grandparent who has applied several times to be on the panel ( including once while I was visiting Greece), the “Disney Family Travel Panel” is an appropriate name. Regrettably I never made it to the swimsuit competition. As the world’s prime vacation destination, Walt Disney World is a prime FAMILY vacation destination. Over the years we have done trips with one, two, three, and even four generations. Whether because of age, interest, or enthusiasm, every family member should be eligible for this new panel. And this year I will be applying while touring Paris.

  2. I completely agree with the suggestion for a name change. Disney Moms Panel is just too sexist. Heck, I had to help change our PTO’s name for Classroom Moms to Classroom Parents. Single parents, same sex couples, as well as most families have dads and grandparents that actually book the vacations (me included).

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