We just wrapped up the most magical weekend and I’m here to gush all about it to you. :) My fiancé and I wanted to bring our kiddos to Disneyland for a taste of the magic that only Disney can provide, and Rayovac, as the official battery of Disney Parks, helped to make that happen. We had 2 amazing days at the parks, full of character meet-and-greets, first roller-coaster rides, and a VIP viewing of World of Color.
Our kiddos had an amazing time – riding together in the front of the Monorail, Finding Nemo as a family, spinning like crazy on the Teacups, and Soarin’ Over California. It was a really amazing time for the four of us, and I cannot thank Christine and Rayovac enough for making it all happen.
Though I haven’t done as much blogging about Disney here on Chic Shopper Chick, I’ve done a fair share of writing and tweeting (and most certainly Facebooking and Flickring) about the fact that I’m a Disney FANATIC. We are annual passholders to both parks (as in Disneyland and Walt Disney World), DVC members, and at this point, we’ve been so frequently that my daughter thinks the Southwest airplanes are actually “Mickey airplanes”. Also, this marked her 10th visit to a Disney Resort of some sort. She is 4.
Heck, I love the Disney Resorts SO much that I was even able to share that love with others in a Disney Parks commercial!
I’m sure you can see why, when Rayovac came to me with an insanely cool proposal involving the Cars 2 Premiere, I jumped at the chance to get involved. Check out the announcement video that I made for you at the not-yet-finished Cars Land in Disney’s California Adventure!
You heard right – I’m going to be representing Rayovac on the Red Carpet for the premiere of Cars 2 in Hollywood! I’m so excited to be reporting on behalf of Rayovac, and I’ll be sure to be back here to update you as the June 18th premiere gets closer!
Disclosure: While this post was not compensated, I did benefit from the ongoing relationship that I have with Rayovac, and this post is a reflection of that relationship. However, my opinions are and always have been 100% mine.