Posted Wednesday, May 21, 2014 9:36 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The senior Walt Disney Co. parks executive who oversaw development of the company's billion-dollar "MyMagic+" technology project is leaving the company. Nick Franklin, executive vice president for next-generation experience at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, will leave Disney in July, according to people familiar with his plans. Franklin has been with Disney since 1996 and is a member of Disney Parks Chairman Tom Staggs' 11-member executive committee. A spokeswoman for Disney said the decision to depart was Franklin's.
Read more from The Orlando Sentinel.
When the spokesperson said it was his decision, was there a winky face next to the statement?
You just spent a billion dollars what will you do next ? "I am going to...... Shoot I am already here". I guess if he want to continue to spend big money he should take a government job. I hear there are opening @ healthcare .gov....
I've always wondered at what point a person realizes he signed up for a suicide mission.
"Oh..... Crap...."Last edited by RCMAC, Wednesday, May 21, 2014 4:58 PM
Well July is within his MyMagic+ 180 day reservation window so if the system works he will be able to leave...
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