Chapek: "Hey, it makes money for the shareholders."
HERSHEY, PA -- In a joint press conference, Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Chapek and Hershey President & CEO Michele Buck announced yesterday that Disney will be selling the Magic Kingdom theme park to Hershey.
"It's a win-win, as far as I see," Chapek said. "Hershey gets the number one theme park destination in the world. And Disney gets money. Lots and lots of money!"
Just the beginning
Chapek hinted that more sell-offs were in the works.
"Oh, not ...
The number one tourist destination in the world is solidly middle-aged now!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL - Fifty years! A lot has happened since Walt Disney World first opened its gates so long ago. There was Nixon, and, uh, disco, ... something about the Berlin Wall... The moon landing? No, that was before. We really should have paid more attention in school.
Anyway, we at Uncle Walt's Insider are so excited to be able to celebrate our favorite celebrity born in October of ...
Personally, we don't get the connection.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- On the eve of the 50th Anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort, Spa, & Gangsta Rap Hall of Fame, resort officials have announced that Flavor Flav, co-founder of rap pioneer group Public Enemy, will be an official Ambassador of the parks.
Disney (the company) spokespizzle Jun Disney (no relation) had this say: "That's right, Flavor Flav is our official Ambassador. His signature look and style is copied on Cinderella Castle, ...
With all the pink and blue paint, WDW is also running specials on gender reveal parties.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Visitors to the Walt Disney World Resort, Spa, & Election Recovery Center may have noticed some color changes around the property. Disney has been quietly repainting a few structures: castles, toll plazas, and gateway arches so far.
Uncle Walt's Insider readers were privy to our exclusive news -- as in no one else talked about this, anywhere -- that Cinderella castle ...
Just one more thing to clean up after the Main Street Autonomous Zone.
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL -- Disney officials are scrambling after discovering Cinderella Castle was painted pink at some point during the shutdown. Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) spoke with our reporter.
"Since we've all been working at home, including our maintenance teams, no one has been seen the castle since March!"
Prep for reopening
Disney (no relation) continued, "The Bobs told the parks they should probably get ready for ...