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Disney Brings It!
Three years ago, Walt Disney World hosted the first Disney Social Media Moms Celebration — a unique annual media event designed for bloggers and their families — and it quickly became a blogosphere “golden ticket.” How could it not??? When Disney throws an event, you know it is going to be as good as it can get. And #DisneySMMoms is no exception. With Disney’s expert execution, every aspect of the event is perfection.
We are so honored to participate as co-hosts along with Walt Disney World, Resourceful Mommy Media, Mom Bloggers Club and Mom Select.
This year, Susan and I were thrilled to bring both our families and attend along with about 150 other blogging families. The only thing that would have made it better is if each of you could have been with us. But since attendance is limited to around 150 bloggers, Disney can only invite a tiny fraction of you fabulous bloggers.
But whether or not you were able to attend this year, the exciting thing is this social media event demonstrates Disney’s recognition and respect for the power of moms in social media and the role moms play in planning family vacations. We are so happy to witness Disney’s continued support of the blogging community.
Thank you Disney for hosting this incredible event and for believing in the power of mom and dad bloggers!
Photos On Flickr…
Find photos and videos in the Flickr Pool for DisneySMMoms
Link Up YOUR Disney Social Media Moms 2012 Posts
If you and your family are attended the celebration, link up any and all of your Disney Social Media Moms 2012 posts below.
You’ll also find more link ups at Mom Maven, and Zannaland.com.
Disclosure: We were invited to take part in the 2012 Disney Social Media Moms Celebration conference. Various tickets/passes, accommodations and other associated perks were supplied to our families for the duration of our stay, as part of this event. We help co-host the celebration but are not specifically asked to publish content related to the conference or Disney. All opinions are our own.
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Written by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.
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