Re: Is it better not to give Disney your E-mail Address
One of the things I really love about the Disney corporation is their sincere efforts to "go green," while not imposing their views on you. You would be amazed at the amount of recycling that goes on "below" the Magic Kingdom! But above ground, there really isn't anyone/ anything to tell you to recycle.
Originally Posted by Mike M
I think Disney's efforts to help improve the environment includes trying to make all transactions and communications electronic these days. I applaud them for that. However, in your case, it is not something you want. So, I am glad that they can accommodate your needs.
It is amazing to me how much things have changed. At my work, we've gone from 100's of paper memos and files per day, down to about zero. Everything is now electronic. Since I do that at work, I'm comfortable with my travel reservations all being electronic. So far, I have absolutely no papers for my upcoming trip to Disney, but I feel confident that I no longer need that "hard copy."
So, good for you for getting what you needed. And good for Disney to accommodate you. But also an "atta boy" to Disney World for their green efforts.
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