What’s Been Going on in Orlando?

Wow! It’s been a week since I last posted to this blog and having been in the habit of writing something everyday it feels a little weird not to have contributed in so long. So where have I been?

Last week I attended a marketing conference in the lovely city of Baltimore. I’ll write more about it later but having gone there expecting rain, dull and cloudy weather, not to mention cold, I was very pleasantly surprised. The weather was wonderful and the whole 5 days were a combination of hard work, catching up with old friends, learning new things and enjoying a fabulous city.

So, what’s been going on in Orlando while I’ve been away?

Over at Disney the Pollo Campero restaurant opened at Downtown Disney. It shares the space with Fresh A-Peel and Babycakes NYC. Pollo Campero features Latin-flavored chicken, Fresh A-Peel offers salads, wraps and all natural burgers and hot dogs and Babycakes NYC is a vegan bakery.

At Epcot Disney has taken Duffy the Disney Bear to new heights as guests at the park can now check out the 20-foot-tall Christmas tree made from 1,200 stuffed Duffy bears. The tree starts Disney cast members’ annual collection for Toys for Tots. Topping the “Cuddliest Christmas Tree” with a giant red bow at the ceremony were members of the U.S. Marine Corps, Walt Disney World Ambassador Clay Shoemaker and Walt Disney World VoluntEARS.

Each year, Walt Disney World VoluntEARS donate thousands of hours of service and tens of thousands of toys to Toys for Tots – all with the goal of making the holidays brighter for deserving children throughout Central Florida. For the next few weeks, cast members will play the role of Santa’s helpers by collecting new toys for the annual toy drive, which will be added to the 1,200 Duffy bears.

At the Children’s Miracle Network Classic held at Disney’s Magnolia course last on Sunday, Robert Garrigus shot an 8-under 64 to win allowing him to keep his PGA TOUR card and atoning for his colossal collapse earlier this year at Memphis. He finished at 21 under, three shots clear of Roland Thatcher  for his first tour victory.

Over at SeaWorld, it was announced that its popular killer-whale show ‘Believe’ will be replaced early next year. Park officials confirmed that the new show, which has yet to be named, will debut in the spring of 2011 at all three of the SeaWorld venues.

There’s nothing to report from Universal so it seems it was a relatively normal week here in ‘O’ Town.

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