Wednesday, July 3, 2019

If I Were Disney CEO Part 44 - Conclusion

As the If I Were Disney CEO series comes to a close, I wanted to take a minute to write about what it represented.  It’s the conclusion of a fifty installment blog series, stretched out over a year and two month period.  It is one of the main reasons I started the blog, as I had too many ideas in my head for parks and resorts in particular that needed to be captured on paper.  It’s a thesis on running a media conglomerate.  And a love letter to one of the companies that has had a great place in my life, particularly through its more recent acquisitions.

It’s been an interesting experiment.  Several things envisioned that were so obvious, they’ve already been implemented.  Philharmagic in Disney California Adventure.  A dedication and expansion of festivals in EPCOT.  The continued reviving of the Main Street Electrical Parade in Disneyland.  Others are definitely not possibilities anymore as the company has gone in other directions.  But it was a fun what if.

I’ll still be writing about the Disney company and various decisions and announcements that it has.  Walt Disney World will be coming up in a series of Travelers’ Report post soon from our recent summer trip.

But this particular series is closed out.  All of the posts are linked on the Introduction post.  That page serves as a good landing spot for everything.

As always, thank you for reading and sticking with me through this lengthy thought exercise.   Now on to something different.

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