Yesterday, I posted another in the series of Walt Disney quotes on construction signs down at Walt Disney World in Florida. All of them are sponsored by Stanley. Today...here's another one. This one hits me right in the belly because it is a big part of the reason why we keep going back: The joy that I get to share with my children. Together. This now has become a 'thing' on the blog where I can document the various versions of the construction signs at WDW. This one, in particular was located on the same walk as this other longer Walt quote where the Skyway construction is going on outside of Hollywood Studios. Here are a few others .
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Came across another one of these construction signs that includes a quote from Walt Disney on the walls of a job site inside of WDW. I've posted two of these before including this one about deadlines and this one about curiosity . This one was on the backside of Cinderella's Castle in the Magic Kingdom in an area that I think was where the crane was located as they installed Christmas lights. Unlike those other ones that were outside of Epcot, this one is definitely Fantasyland-themed and is appropriate for the place it is hung. This one, too, is sponsored by Stanley, which I continue to think is a nice sponsorship integration for both parties.
Another in the series of Walt Disney World construction signs that feature a quote from Walt Disney himself. This one was on the walls outside of Disney's Hollywood Studios in the area where they are building the skyway near the walkway to the Boardwalk. This is the third of these signs I've featured here. First one here . Second one here . This one, too, is sponsored by Stanley. You can find out the details of the sponsorship (which I find pretty clever!) in this post .
I thought this would look good in our place. But, alas, it didn't come home with us. Not sure who John Henniger was, but I love his sign. This was hanging in the Lake Geneva Antique Mall and it was in great shape! Was "The Best Milwaukee Beer" before the "Champagne of Beers" tagline? Who knows why it says that because the MillerCoors blog makes it seem like the Champagne line was around since the beginning ?