The Executive Club was set up for companies and organizations to buy tickets to Disneyland and GIVE THEM AWAY!!! How come I never worked for a place like that?
I love the way this is worded… I picture some guy in a polyester business suit and a big cigar entertaining his guests “without ever leaving his office”.
At first it looks like streaks from the scanner, but I think it's strings from the balloons, odd picture.
Free ticket books, free meals – Hey that 1970’s couple is eating at the Tahitian Terrance (I heard a rumor it might be coming back). And a VIP Hostess Tour for "extra-special guests".
This certificate system was neat. The company or organization only paid for what was redeemed. I think I have some of these blank certificates somewhere, can't find them, ugh, so much for organizing my collections. I post them when I find them.
I got lucky and was able to stop by Disneyland for lunch yesterday. Check out the gate flyer! I have gotten so used to the “year of a million” fluff on the front that I didn’t notice this until I got home. What a great picture of the Matterhorn, it almost looks like an old photo, right down to the authentic Mickey Tee-shirts. Nice touch whoever came up with this one.
It almost looks like this from the Summer of 1971. Of course you can find this full Vacationland posted on this coming Bonus Sunday.
I went back to “Three Fences”, some things at Disneyland just draw me to them. I got a better picture this time. Jason at Disneyland Nomenclature reports the black fence is from the Autopia combine of 1999/2000, the green fence on the right I believe is from the Sub-Nemo update of 2007. That fence along the back is the one that draws my attention (yes I touched it). Compare this with the last two photo’s below.
From Daveland, this is Autopia in 1956. That fence is definitely the same style as the old one at “Three Fences” now, but it can’t be that old.
Also from Daveland, this 1959 pre-opening shot of the sub lagoon area shows the same type of fence. Do you think that 3 ½ panel section that is still there is from 1959?