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Table of ContentsI.What Walt Disney World RepresentsII.What I Did and How I LearnedA. ... Comparing Walt Disney World To Other Theme Parks1. ... Independent StudiesV1WHAT WALT DISNEY WORLD REPRESENTSI worked in several capacities while I was down in Disney World. ... The next day of training is called Discovery Day, in whichcast members go to their area in Walt Disney World and become experts on their area, be it atheme park, a resort, a water park, or some other on-stage location falling under Disney's scope. ... This day focuses on Walt Disney World ingeneral, and cast members...
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Walt Disney used creativity, determination, and honor to create the wonderful world of Disney. ... Walt got bored with school however and dropped out at the age of 16 (Disney, Walt Encarta). ... However, Walt's fortunes and fame didn't take form until his creation of Mickey Mouse (Encyclopedia of World Biography).Walt Disney transformed the entertainment industry, into what we know today. ... By the time Walt had started to create The Alice Comedies, which was about a real girl and her adventures in an animated world, Walt ran out of money, and his company Laugh-O-Grams went bankrupt...
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He planned to have a completely new Disney World. ... The Resort and Magic Kingdom park didn't open until 1971. ... Walt Disney BibliographyTUDLP - Walt Disney Biography. 8 Jan 2001. Walt Disney Biography. 8 Jan 2001. Walt Disney: A Biography - Disney Archives. 9 Jan 2001. ...
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Disney world vs. Coney IslandI can still remember my first trip to Disney World. ... This park is Walt Disney World. ... Disney world has made a totally self-efficient park, complete with resorts. ... I love Walt Disney World and can't wait to go back again, hopefully soon. ...
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His dream came true, in more ways than he ever conceived, with the opening of Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida. ... The population alone of the Disney World resort area is astounding. There are over 19,784 Disney-owned hotel rooms in the resort. ... It has the largest number of employees working at a single site in the United States (Walt Disney World). ... In restaurants at the Epcot Park, thirty tons of fruits and vegetables are used in one year (Walt Disney World). ...
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Walt Disney has had a profound effect on many people and will continue to have for many years to come. ... In Kansas City, Missouri, Walt Disney met animator, Ub Iwerks and composer Carl Stalling, whom later became important to his future success. ... Disney, gave Walt $250. ... The series ran under various other names, including "The Wonderful World of Disney" until 1990. ... Here, he master planned a whole new Disney world of entertainment to include a new amusement theme park, motel-hotel resort vacation center and his Exper...
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McDonald's vision is to dominate the world-wide foodservice industry. ... The group constantly examines their menus around the world in light of changing customer's taste, as well as local customs. ... Happy meal combine wholesome food whit a toy; Ronald McDonald is a special friend; play places provide safe and fun recreation and the alliance with Walt Disney Company let the children's shout even more. ... Men are also drawn to McDonald's because of their unflagging support of our neighbours around the world. ... The brand is also sponsoring the Dinoland exhibit at Disn...
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Los Angeles is an anomaly- there is no other city in the world that could ever begin to rival it. ... Santa Monica has the ambience of a beach resort, East Los Angeles is like Mexico, Monterey Park is like Asia, and Cerritos is an Asian Levittown for the nineties" (Kaplan 41). ... People from all over the world come to Los Angeles hoping to find opportunity and freedom from oppressors, people like Zaheer Viriji, a twenty-seven year old ethnic-Indian immigrant from the East African Nation of Zimbabwe. ... This intense lure attracts people of every race, age and religion, creating one of th...
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