“We scoped out the local food trucks before we built our vehicles, and we noticed that several trucks even the most popular ones had extensive menus which required people to wait a long time for their food, ” said Kleinschmidt. “We wanted great food with a quicker guest satisfaction. All of the Disney trucks have limited menus so that food can be in the guests’ hands in a timely manner. The Disney trucks at the event are Namaste Cafe, inspired by the flavors of Disney’s Animal Kingdom and offering items such as butter chicken and tandoori shrimp; Superstar Catering, offering favorites from Disney’s Hollywood Studios such as Margherita flatbread; Fantasy Fare, with popular tastes from Magic Kingdom parks all over the world, including sticky chicken and waffles and Disneyland’s famous corn dog; and World Showcase of Flavors, serving pierogies and grass-fed beef sliders inspired by the theme park’s many festivals. “We don’t see the food trucks as a waning trend,” said Kleinschmidt. “It’s going to continue to grow as people are continually inspired to seek out new flavors from here and around the world.” The Downtown Disney event, which is from 5 to 10 p.m., will be staged on the event lawn near House of Blues and Cirque du Soleil . And even though Pluto is welcome at the event, your pets are not. firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-420-5498 Disney food-truck rally What: Fourteen food trucks, including Disney-built vendors as well as local favorites such as T.J.’s Seafood Shack and La Empanada. When: 5-10 p.m.
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In addition to the county taxes, Walt Disney World Resort paid more than $77.8million in taxes to the Reedy Creek Improvement Districtin 2013. These tax dollars go toward building hundreds of millions of dollars worth of public infrastructure more at no cost to taxpayers. Community Leadership Walt Disney World Resort is committed to providing leadership that will continue to help Central Florida thrive and grow.Approximately100 Disney Cast Members serve on the boardsof local nonprofit organizations. Recent initiatives in which Walt Disney World Resort has played an active role include: Building the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts- Disney is contributing $12.5 million to sponsor the 2,700-seat Walt Disney Theater, the largest of the halls at the center. With a grand opening scheduled in 2014, the performing arts center will be significant to the cultural growth of Central Florida and a premiere destination for the arts in Orlando. Contributing to the well being of children in Central Florida- The new Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Children was made possible in part by a $10 million commitment by Disney. Disney Imagineers designed the hospitals lobby, which features supporting characters from classic Disney films in a welcoming, healing environment that places young patients in the starring role. Walt Disney World Resort also contributed $1 million to build the Walt Disney World Clubhouse of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida and $750,000 for a teen center in the Tupperware Brands Boys & Girls Club in Osceola County.
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