Disney Social Media Moms On the Road
Photo-A-Day #4439

Today I went into Boston with my friend Annie Stow of Stowed Stuff Daily Vlogs. We were headed to boston to attend the Disney Social Media Moms On the Road mini conference. This half-day event was a lot of fun. We learned all sorts of things about the Disney Parks as well as the way Disney does their Social Media. We learned from the people who are doing the Social Media for the Disney Parks and it was really eye opening. I was really impressed and would love to work on Disney’s social media some day, that just sounds so amazing. What a place to tell stories.

Everyone who spoke to us was very interesting. I learned a lot and was inspired. I also like that they thought enough to make me and the other dad blogger there our own set of Mickey Ears that said Disney Dad on them. That made all the difference. It is that kind of special touch that I love about Disney events.

There were prizes and giveaways and also some really sweet thank you bags full of fun Disney Parks swag. I even won one of the random giveaways and Allison totally benefitted from that win. You can see that in today’s video.


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