Has there been any indication as to what the theme for 2010 will be? This year of course is celebrating big moments and last year was part of the YOMD. Will Disney extend this years theme or are they in works for a new promotion? What are some ideas you would give Disney for a new yearly theme for 2010? What do you know and what do you want to see?
yeah, they are going to realize the What Will You Celebrte theme was kinda lame and bring back "Year of a Million Dreams for the next twenty years
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My vote would be for "Year of a million discounted room rates and free dining!"
(On - but that was this year!)
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I wouldn't mind at all if they didn't have a new promotion. Seems like thats all they focus on anymore.
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With all the effort and expense of "What will you Celebrate?" in terms of merchandise, ads, other materials, logos everywhere, etc., I suspect it will be extended into 2010. If this is the case, Disney needs to open up the birthday registrations for 2010. We're under 6 months until 2010 and some are starting to book 2010 trips. I know I have an early trip booked for marathon weekend and sure would like to register my daughter's birthday as we will be there on her b'day.
How about...We keep the celebrate theme, and improve upon it... and give people free flights and dining when they book a 7 day 6 night package
And then we have Walt Disney World's 40th anniversary celebration, with a new parade at all of the parks, and a fixing up and improving of all the parks, carrying out improvements, refurbs, new attractions, and bring back old concepts to make the parks as great as they could be. Fullfill the potential of the parks, and get ready for the biggest celebration in the History of Walt Disney World.... The 50th anniversary of the opening of WDW. I can just imagine what they could do...
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