Cm's that care

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  1. jim00172

    jim00172 Earning My Ears

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    When we went to disney with are son with Down's syndrome who is autistic wich really delays him, the cm's really went out of the way for him. As soon as w entered magic kingdom there was a street show going on an a performer came straight to my son and interacted with him it was a great feeling he loved it. Then when we were at holly wood we were walking and a cm pulled us into a secluded area where Daisy and Mickey came out for special meet and greet withe Jeremy and his bro and sisters. That type of treatment is what makes disney what it is, I hope They don't loose it.
     
  2. soar2014

    soar2014 Looking at sanity in the rear view mirror

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    THAT is why I go to WDW. THAT is why I plan a WDW cruise instead of a less expensive one. Because they EARN my money
     
  3. buckeev

    buckeev RedNeck Mouseketeer

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    WTG Disney CMs! pixiedust:
     
  4. 50surgeries2012

    50surgeries2012 Mouseketeer

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    It's fun when you find CMs who are from the same state that you are. When my partner, and I were at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad during our MLK trip to Disney World this year. He got excited when we were talking with the cast member who was taking the fast passes there, and saw that he was from Medford, Oregon which is about four hours from where we live in Oregon.

    The cast member got excited when he found out that we were from Oregon too, and we got to talking about everything from the two university football teams, to the rainy cold weather that we are experiencing right at the moment. I can't think of his name. But, he was from Medford.
     

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