Common questions

Does Tom Bricker work for Disney?

Does Tom Bricker work for Disney?

I’m an amateur hobbyist photographer living in the Midwest with a passion for Disney theme parks, National Parks, ALF, and sandwiches. In addition to posting on Flickr and other photo-sharing sites, I also own and run two blogs.

Where do Tom and Sarah Bricker live?

Sarah and Tom Bricker, originally from the Midwest but now living in Southern California, have been blogging about Disney parks and non-Disney places, via their DisneyTouristBlog and Travel Caffeine blogs, respectively, since 2011.

Who is the real owner of Disneyland?


The park’s icon, Sleeping Beauty Castle, in 2019
Owner Disney Parks, Experiences and Products (The Walt Disney Company)
Operated by Disneyland Resort
Opened July 17, 1955
Previous names Disneyland (1955–1998)

Who is Disneyland’s biggest competitor?

Disney competes with many different media conglomerates across its various business lines. The company’s largest competitors are Comcast, Time Warner, 21st Century Fox, CBS Corp., and Discovery Communications.

What should I pack for Disney?

These essential items should be on everyone’s Disney packing list:

  • Wallet, Tickets, and Directions. Don’t leave home without your ID (license), credit card, and Disney gift cards (if applicable).
  • Comfortable Shoes.
  • Backpack /Daypack.
  • Water Bottle.
  • Rain Jacket/Poncho.
  • Cell Phone Charger.
  • Nice Outfits.
  • Extra Bags.

What days are less crowded at Disney World?

The busiest times of year are during the holiday periods, school breaks, most of the summer vacation, and weekends year-round. The least-crowded times to visit Disney World are during January and early February (the height of winter) and just after school starts in early September through mid-November.

Who is bigger Amazon or Disney?

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) carries a market capitalization of $1.56 trillion, about 4x last year’s sales of $386 billion. But when you look at Disney (NYSE:DIS) stock, the company is worth $375 billion, or 5.4x fiscal 2020’s revenue of $65 billion. Disney’s fiscal year ends in September.

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