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Global Disney Internet Community, Guidebook Authors and Travel Experts To Gather in Orlando for Thir

MouseFest brings together in one geographic spot members of an enormous worldwide family of Disney enthusiasts from all walks of life, many of whom have only interacted electronically via e-mail and the Internet.

MouseFest features a variety of activities on land and sea (which includes a 4 night cruise on the Disney Wonder) and features the Mega Mouse Meet, where hundreds of cyberfriends come together with dozens of leading Disney-related website webmasters and guidebook authors.

MouseFest is organized by Deb Wills, founder of www.allearsnet.com, one of the world’s most popular unofficial Walt Disney World websites, which draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each month, and Walt Disney World guidebook authors Jennifer and Dave Marx, of PassPorter Travel Press.

According to Deb Wills, “MouseFest is a tremendous resource for members of the Internet community and anyone who has an interest in enjoying and learning more about one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. By bringing together people from around the world, many of whom have only interacted electronically, for a week of theme parks fun and special activities in the company of Disney World experts, we’re providing a one-of-a-kind opportunity. Attendees this year will be coming from as far away as Australia and the United Kingdom.”

MouseFest will be held November 30 – December 8, 2005 at Walt Disney World in Orlando and on the December 4-8 sailing of the Disney Wonder. A detailed agenda can be found at http://www.mousefest.org. The Mega Mouse Meet will be held this year on Saturday, December 3, 1 -3:30 p.m. at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort – Northern Hemisphere Ballroom, Salon E, and is free and open to all.

This year’s Mega Mouse Meet will feature special guest Margaret Kerry, “the original alter-ego, actor and reference model for the famous pixie Tinker Bell from Walt Disney’s Peter Pan.”

Mega Mouse Meetwill also feature the following websites, guidebook authors and travel experts:

Webmasters and Communities

·AllEarsNet.com– Deb Wills and Debra Martin Koma

·PassPorter.com– Jennifer and Dave Marx

·Tagrel.com– Dave Card

·MagicalMountain.net– Nathan Rose

·DisneyCentral.com– Scott Liljenquist

·The MouseforLess.com– Binnie Betten, Grace Neville

·MousePlanet.com– Mike Scopa, Mark Goldhaber, David Koenig

·MouseTalk.net– Tim Larison

·Miceage.com– Kevin Yee

·NFFC– Mike Scibetta

·JimHillMedia.com– Jim Hill

·DisneyWorldTrivia.com– Lou Mongello

Guidebook Authors and Writers

·Jennifer and Dave Marx– PassPorter Walt Disney World, PassPorter’s Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call

·Deb Wills and Debra Martin Koma– PassPorter’s Walt Disney World for Your Special Needs

·Steven M. Barrett, M.D. – The Hassle-Free Walt Disney World Vacation and Hidden Mickeys, A Field Guide to Walt Disney World’s Best Kept Secrets

·Bob Sehlinger and Len Testa– The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World

·Louis Mongello– The Walt Disney World Trivia Book

·Kelly Monaghan– The Other Orlando and Universal Orlando

·Josh Fippen and Dann Hazel– Making Memories on Your Walt Disney World Vacation 2006

·Chris & Kristal Carlson– Disney on a Dime

·Anne Easterling– EZ Fun Travel Guide to Walt Disney World

·Kendra Trahan– Disneyland Detective

·Jennifer and Jeff Carter – PassPorter’s Treasure Hunts at Walt Disney World

·Kimberly Larner– PassPorter’s Treasure Hunts at Walt Disney World

·David Koenig– Mouse Tales, More Mouse Tales, and Mouse Under Glass

·Kevin Yee– MiceAge.com Columnist

In addition, the Mega Mouse Meet will feature a special Children’s Table, designated area for Pin Traders, and tables for communities and an area for relaxing and chatting.

About AllEarsNet.com:AllEarsNet.com consistently tops the lists of favorite Disney World information resources, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors each month to its unique blend of up-to-the-minute news and detailed travel information. The Wall Street Journal, The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World, and even Disney’s own Disney Magazine have all singled out AllEarsNet.com as a top pick for vacation planners, and countless individuals on Internet discussion forums recommend visits to “Deb’s site” for all kinds of Disney vacation information. Visit AllEarsNet at http://www.allearsnet.com.

About PassPorter Travel Press:PassPorter guidebooks are known for their comprehensive information, accuracy, and unique planning features. The eighth edition of the publisher’s flagship title, PassPorter Walt Disney World Resort 2006 has just been released, and features unique PassPocket organizer pockets. The first edition of PassPorter’s Walt Disney World for Your Special Needs debuted in August 2005. The fourth edition of PassPorter’s Field Guide to the Disney Cruise Line and its Ports of Call will be released March 2006, and is the first guidebook devoted to the Disney cruise. The first editions of PassPorter Disneyland and Southern California Attractions, and PassPorter´s Treasure Hunts at Walt Disney World are due in spring 2006. There are nearly 200,000 copies of PassPorter guidebooks in print. Visit PassPorter.com at http://www.passporter.com.


Deb Wills

RYI Enterprises, LLC




Dave Marx

PassPorter Travel Press