So, working at Walt Disney World taught me a lot of things. A lot about people, about working at an attraction, about random Disney knowledge, etc. And because of that, I wanted to start a new series aptly called “What Disney Taught Me.” Clever, eh? Sometimes these posts will be serious, sometimes informative, and probably often very silly. But hey, Disney is a fun place and it definitely was a fun place to work, so I think this series should reflect the same attitude. =)
And I am going to start this series right now! You can follow all these posts here. So working at Disney taught me that MANY people from Blount Count, Tennessee visit the magical world of Disney. Nearly every day I drove to work I would see at least one license plate from that place. I don’t even know where that is!
However, a quick Google search shows me the county includes Knoxville. I would have never thought that Knoxville would be the most popular location to vacation to Disney. Second most seen license plates goes to Michigan and third place goes to Ontario. As for my home state of Kentucky, most people were from the eastern portion, particularly the Lexington area. What’s with that west side? Disney would like to see you too! =P
And there you have it! My first “What Disney Taught Me” post. Exciting isn’t it? =P Hope y’all are looking forward to more of them!
Written by: Brittany Madden
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