Author Archives: Christy Caby

Walt Disney World to Hire 1,000 New Cast Members in the Parks

Walt Disney World has announced that they will see increased hiring over the Spring of 2017.  They expect to add an additional 1,000 cast members to be added around Walt Disney World.  The news release for the positions stated that there would be openings in restaurants, transportation, lifeguards, parking and more.  Prospective cast members can visit to view open positions and apply. ...

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Walt Disney World’s The Polite Pig is Now Open

Disney Springs has now opened another fantastic restaurant.  The Polite Pig is now officially open at Walt Disney World and is the newest restaurant to open at Disney Springs.  The location will have services available for lunch and dinner.  The theme for the restaurant is a more upscale, modern BBQ restaurant.  You still get the delicious tastes and flavors of ...

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Min and Bill’s at Walt Disney World Opens New Breakfast Menu

Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner is a quick service location by Echo Lake in Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World.  The location is located right by the brontosaurus that lives in the lake.  The location has primarily been known for quick service lunch/dinner/snack options that you can grab and enjoy throughout the day.  The location has now released a ...

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Walt Disney World Opens BB-8 Meet and Greet Early

BB-8 was scheduled to make an appearance on April 14th at Disney’s Hollywood Studios for the new scheduled event, Star Wars:  Galactic Nights.  Guests will be excited to know that BB-8 has made an appearance early, meeting and greeting with guests at Star Wars: Launch Bay.  The meet and greets aren’t official and are likely planned for Disney to work ...

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Patent Application for “Soft Robots” Filed by Disney

Disney has apparently filed an application for a “soft robot”.  It is costly and requires a lot of work for Disney to coordinate costumed Disney characters all over Walt Disney World throughout the different parks and resorts.  Disney has struggled with these costs and logistics versus guest safety and realism if the interactions were with an animatronic or robotic-like character. ...

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