Something I just happened to think about.....even if Nestle does loose sponsorship of the Land pavilion would it really be "economical" for the pavillion to go down the drain?
It houses what is undoubedly one of the most popular attractions in Epcot with Soarin' as well as housing all of the Sunshine Seasons food court stalls along with the Garden Grill, the only dining establishment in Epcot where you can see the classic Disney characters. And what about Living with the Land? I would think it might actually hurt Disney if they gutted this one because of all the produce grown and farmed here that is provided to other restaurants in the World. Surely there is some advantages to growing your own stuff rather than buying from an outside company. The only thing I really don't see any hope for if there is a sponsorship change (and I hope I'm right that it is the only thing) would be the Circle of Life movie show.
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I was trying to quote someone's comment about Kodak not sponsoring anybody anymore, but it wouldn't let me quote it. Anyways, ironically, we were talking about Kodak today in my Marketing class and my professor said that Kodak almost went completely under when digital cameras became the big thing because they were late in developing one themselves and it almost cost them their company. This makes me think that they may be pulling out all their sponsorship because they're really not doing well as a company overall. In this situation, it may have nothing to do with Disney. I know this thread was about Nestle, but I figured I would throw this in.
~*~...it's a small world after all...~*~
- [ The Dirty Dozen ] -November 2005
C'mon everybody! Let's all clap our hands and dance in a circle!
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