Disney may relocate corporate divisions to Florida
Disney is considering moving some of its corporate operations from California to Florida amid the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns. FOX Business’ Ashley Webster with more.
Disney’s California Adventure Park is aiming to reopen for a “limited-time ticketed experience” next month.
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News of this special event comes straight from a letter issued to cast members by Disneyland President Ken Potrock Monday which also coincided with the park’s 20th anniversary.
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An exact date for the return was not provided in the letter, but park executives anticipate their event to take place in March at some point.
“Currently planned to begin mid-March, we will debut an all-new, limited-time ticketed experience, focused on our world-famous food and beverage offerings from around the resort, the latest merchandise and unique, carefully crafted entertainment experiences,” Potrock’s letter said.
A representative from The Walt Disney Company confirmed to FOX Business that the event is not a theme park experience due to current coronavirus regulations set by the state of California. Attractions will not be in operation, however, guests will be welcomed in for a new experience that has capacity limits and enhanced health and safety measures.
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Close to 1,000 cast members will be able to return to work thanks to this new ticketed experience and the recently reopened Buena Vista Street, which extended the Downtown Disney District, an outdoor shopping center that offers dining and entertainment options.
Downtown Disney reopened in July while other business segments have remained shuttered due to COVID-19.