Walt Disney World Is Looking For A Few Good Moms
Is a trip to Walt Disney World Resort your idea of the perfect family vacation? Do you know where to find the one and only campfire marshmallow roast at Walt Disney World Resort? Have you ever been to one of the resort’s baby care centers to change and feed your little one? Or maybe you and your family have visited Walt Disney World so often that others have said you could write a book filled with travel tips? If so, Disney wants to hear from you.
As part of “The Year of a Million Dreams,” Disney has announced the launch of a nationwide search for moms who have mastered the art of planning a Walt Disney World vacation. Twelve finalists will be selected to serve on the first-ever online Walt Disney World Moms Panel. Those 12 parents who have a passion for the Walt Disney World vacation experience will have the opportunity to share their vast knowledge of the resort and personal secrets of success with other families who are considering visiting Walt Disney World. In exchange, the 12 panelists will receive a 6-day/5-night vacation to the Florida resort for themselves and three other guests.
“Through our consumer research we know that there are aspects of a Walt Disney World vacation that can be challenging to the primary vacation planner, most often that means mom,” said Meg Crofton, president of Walt Disney World Resort. “We could not think of a better way to provide vacation planning advice than to create an online forum. This will assist guests who are looking for real and reliable vacation recommendations that fit their family’s travel needs.”
The Walt Disney World Moms Panel will be found online at www.disneyworldmoms.com and will feature content provided by the panel. It will also offer guests the opportunity to pose specific questions and have them answered by the panelists. The site, which goes live in January 2008, will host valuable park insights and vacation planning tools for those parents planning a Walt Disney World vacation.
Disney realizes that the person who serves the “mom” role differs from family to family. Whether you pride yourself on knowing insider tips and insights for vacationing at Walt Disney World Resort, or are popular among friends and family for planning fabulous vacations on a budget, you may be right for the panel.
From now through October 5, 2007, interested applicants can visit a special website at www.disneyworldmoms.com and by answering three questions in 300 words or less, explain why they should be considered for the Walt Disney World Moms Panel. Disney will select 12 panelists with children of various ages to be on the panel.
“For families interested in taking a Walt Disney World vacation, the interactive site will feature a wealth of helpful planning information, expert tips and advice about various topics related to visiting the Walt Disney World Resort,” said Crofton.
For more information on the Walt Disney World Moms Panel search, please visit www.disneyworldmoms.com.