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CR – Focus -

Since our Company’s earliest days, a tradition of community service and “being a good neighbor” has been integral to the Disney culture. Through a variety of programs and initiatives organized by the Community Relations department, the Walt Disney World Resort extends a helping hand to others in need. The majority of our charitable support focuses …

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CR -VoluntEARS – Recognition Breakfast Quote -

“The greatest moments in life are not concerned with selfish achievements but rather with things we do for the people we love and esteem, and whose respect we need.” -Walt Disney

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Soarin’ Fast Facts -

Location: Epcot, Future World, The Land Area of attraction: 59,895 square feet (includes ticketing area, Great Hall where state-of-the-art infrared technology allows guests to participate in up to five different games on digital projection screens by moving their bodies Flight experience: A breathtaking glide over the majestic and diverse natural wonders of California Duration of …

Soarin’: The Making of a Free-Flight Fantasy -

Inside the Technology LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Walt Disney World Resort takes Epcot guests on a high-flying magical journey that sweeps them up, over and across the richly diverse landscape of California. Never before Soarin’ has anyone had the opportunity to view the Golden State from a bird’s-eye view with such an extraordinary sensation …

Epcot Guests Take Flight With Soarin’ For a Bird’s-Eye View of the Golden State -

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Imagine a breathtaking, wind-in-your-hair flight over the natural wonders of California — above towering redwoods, snow-capped mountains, sun-kissed deserts and rocky shorelines. With Soarin’, that dream of free flight becomes reality. Soarin’ is based on the popular Disney California Adventure attraction, Soarin’ Over California, at Disneyland Resort. The exhilarating aerial adventure …

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Fun & Fast Facts   Grand Opening: The official premiere of "Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show" was May 5, 2005. Location: Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The show is presented in a 6.5-acre, outdoor stunt arena with seating for 5,000 guests. Show Cast: Approximately 35 stunt drivers, actors and …

‘Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show’ Revs Up Its Engines to Showcase Big-Budget Film Stunts at Disney’s Hollywood Studios -

High-octane energy explodes onstage at Walt Disney World Resort as the “Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show,” presented by Brawny paper towels, roars into Disney-MGM Studios. Featuring high-flying, gravity-defying automobile, motorcycle and watercraft stunts, the turbo-powered stage show immerses park guests in the thrill-a-minute world of big-budget movie action.

PR – VETERAN DISNEY ENGINEER GREG HALE APPOINTED CHIEF SAFETY OFFICER -

BURBANK, Calif., June 4, 2002 – Greg Hale, Vice President of Design & Engineering and Regulatory Compliance for the WALT DISNEY WORLD Resort®, has been named the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts first Chief Safety Officer, Paul Pressler, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, announced today. In his new position, Hale will report directly …

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PR – DISNEY SHARES A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT SAFETY MEASURES LAUNCHES COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY CAMPAI -

  ANAHEIM, Calf., June 4, 2002 – As part of a continuing commitment to setting the highest standards for safety, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts today offered a behind-the-scenes look at its comprehensive safety measures and announced a multifaceted Safety Campaign to drive improvement and increase public awareness.   The details of the program were outlined …

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Conservation Description -

The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) was established in 1995 on Earth Day (April 22) as a global awards program for the study and protection of the world’s wildlife and ecosystems. It provides annual awards to U.S. nonprofit conservation organizations working alongside their peers in other countries. Many of the recipient organizations concentrate their activities …

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