If you’ve visited Disney parks more times this year than you’ve visited your own parents, we've got a great job for you. The theme park magnate is searching for expert moms, dads, grandparents, and even childless park goers to participate in its 2020 Parks Moms Panel — an online resource of frequently asked questions and trip planning tips.
Disney is gearing up to open applications for the positions, which will offer online help through the Parks Moms online forum to other individuals trying to plan their trips to any Disney destination. Ideal panelists know Disney parks or cruises like the back of their hand, are planning wizards, and can give helpful advice to others looking to plan a trip. They’ll also need to be excellent with written communication, spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Selected panelists will be required to answer 10 to 20 questions per week, with each question taking roughly 20 minutes to answer.
The work of the lucky few chosen to participate won’t go unrewarded. They’ll be given a free trip to a Disney destination for themselves and up to three family members and/or park tickets, according to the Disney Parks Moms website.
Competition, however, will be stiff, with the company receiving thousands of applications in previous years for just a few spots, Leanne O’Regan, Director of Public Relations for Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, told Red Tricycle.
“The Disney Parks Moms Panelists live and breathe Disney details,” O’Regan said. “We receive thousands of applications each year and narrow it down to a few select Panelists we believe will connect with prospective guests as they plan their vacations. Whether your Disney dream is a romantic getaway or a boisterous family adventure, we invite you to apply and find a place for your passion with the Disney Parks Moms Panel.”
Applications open on Thursday Sept. 5 at noon and close just one week later on Sept. 12 at noon. Panelists must be 18 years of age or older and have visited a theme park within the last year or taken a cruise within the last two years.
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