Starbucks in the Magic Kingdom?

Discussion in 'The DIS Unplugged Podcast' started by Oswald lover, Nov 16, 2012.

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Do you like that theres a Starbucks in the Magic Kingdom?

  1. yes

  2. no

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  1. Oswald lover

    Oswald lover Hylian

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    Do you like that theres a Starbucks in the Magic kingdom? :confused3
     
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  3. Tink1987

    Tink1987 DIS Veteran

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    I really don't. I was so against the news when it came out, and still am.

    Personally, it goes against everything that the parks, especially MK, stand for.
     
  4. GAN

    GAN DIS Veteran

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    There's always been "sponsorship" so that really is nothing new. My problem is that I just can't stomach their coffee.
     
  5. vwlfan

    vwlfan Mouseketeer

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    I don't like that it is taking over the Mains Street Bakery!

    I don't have a good suggestion for another place though.
     
  6. OKW Lover

    OKW Lover Retired and living 2 miles from The Castle. DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    I'm glad they found a new sponsor for the Main Street Bakery. I'm not a real fan of Starbucks coffee, which tastes burnt to me, but its got to be better than the Nestle product.
     
  7. JacksLilWench

    JacksLilWench Bloody Pirates...

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    I hate that Starbucks is taking over MSB....but I can't complain about Starbucks being more present in the parks! I like their coffee (I think I'm a rarity there ;)) and to be able to soon stand on Main Street in view of Cinderella Castle with a skinny vanilla latte in hand? You will never see a happier chick!

    People are (I think rightfully) upset about S'bucks replacing MSB, but think about this- S'bucks is a pretty decent company for Disney to partner with. They do a lot for the communities they do business in, and at a corporate level. They opened a roasting plant in a small town in Georgia so people could go back to work, they have a foundation called "Indivisible", and do an annual Month of Service where they encourage their employees and "guests" to partake in community service projects. I think that's a part of why they two companies decided to go in together. May not help to soften the blow for nostalgia, but might help on some level!
     

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