Posted Friday, February 10, 2006 9:02 AM | Contributed by Jeff
To accommodate the ballooning bodies of American workers, the Magic Kingdom is redesigning some of its costumes for ride operators, shop clerks, waitresses and other employees. The super-sizing of costumes is the latest wrinkle in the park's unending quest to balance Walt Disney's storybook vision of perfection against real-world practicalities.
Read more from The LA Times.
Wow! How do you go about getting THAT gig?
There is no such thing as 'Theme Park Scholar'. You have a degree in Parks and Recreation Management, Commercial Tourism, or you don't. Then you get a job. No thinking.
CCSA could just be a store front with 3 college flunkies freelancing articles by day and vacuming USAirwys jets by night. Just a hunch.
I'm here all week.
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