Michael Eisner, the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Walt Disney Company, visited Walt Disney World recently and shared his experience on social media.
After 3 days with 6 of my 9 grandchildren, all I can say to the cast and creators of #WaltDisneyWorld is congratulations for improving the parks and imagineering brilliantly so that storytelling and technology remain siblings 👏 @DisneyParks @WaltDisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/YxOle5V9BV
— Michael Eisner (@Michael_Eisner) March 12, 2019
- Eisner preceded current Disney CEO Bob Iger.
- Iger succeeded Eisner as CEO in 2005.
- Eisner obviously enjoyed his recent experience in Walt Disney World, praising the Cast Members and Walt Disney Imagineering for their work.
- In addition to his tweet from the Magic Kingdom seen above, Eisner shared some thoughts from Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios as well.
Visited the Tree of Life at Disney’s #AnimalKingdom for some #MondayMotivaton before @officialpompey’s match on Tuesday. A symbol of positive energy, growth, and strength! #WaltDisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/gW1pqVLHVu
— Michael Eisner (@Michael_Eisner) March 11, 2019
— Michael Eisner (@Michael_Eisner) March 10, 2019
ICYMI – More Walt Disney World news:
- Disney has announced that Pixar staple, John Ratzenberger will be back to voice Lightning’s buddy, Mack, in the Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy attraction coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
- A man has died following an industrial accident behind the France Pavilion at Epcot according to Orange County Sheriff’s office officials.
- Walt Disney World Resort will begin offering a dedicated bus service to Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon from resort hotels
- Walt Disney World has revealed the ticket prices for the remaining dates in December 2019. Guests can expect to pay up to $159 for 1-day, 1-park tickets on peak dates towards the end of the month.