2014 Disney Social Media Moms Celebration: A Final Farewell From Cars Land #DisneySMMoms

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On the final day of Disney Social Media Moms Celebration of 2014, about 100 attendees woke up bright and early to join in the traditional Fun Run. I wasn’t one of them (the list was already full before I was invited to the conference) but it definitely sounded like a blast and I wish I could have joined in! My family and I still got up semi-early and headed straight to Cars Land in Disney California Adventure.

Disney Social Media Moms Celebration 2014  - Cars Land #DSMMomsMy paid conference pass to the event included special programming, park entrance, lodging, and some meals.

The area was opened early for DSMMoms families to welcome runners and for our farewell breakfast, sponsored by Alamo.

Disney Social Media Moms Celebration 2014  - Cars Land #DSMMoms

Cars Land Reserved for Disney Social Media Moms Celebration

We also had exclusive access to three of the most popular rides: Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree, Luigi’s Flying Tires, and Radiator Springs Racers.

Disney Social Media Moms Celebration 2014  - Cars Land #DSMMoms

No one would believe us if we said we rode on Radiator Springs Racers two times in a row (and could have gone more) with NO line!

Disney Social Media Moms Celebration 2014  - Cars Land #DSMMoms

From here, we all went our separate ways. It was a bittersweet ending to an amazing Disney weekend with blogging goodness and special family fun. I feel so thankful to have had the privilege of joining in the 2014 Disney Social Media Moms Celebration and making so many memories with my family (and my daughter’s friend).

Thank you to all those involved in the fantastic planning and execution of this wonderful event, as well as the sponsors, Disneyland Parks, and Disneyland Hotel. This is one ‘vacation’ we’ll NEVER forget!

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Comments

  1. says

    What a fun end to a great event! I could not imagine having any part of Disneyland closed off just for me and a few other people. How cool!

  2. says

    So much fun! The last time we were in Disneyland California Adventure was just being built. I guess it’s time to go again and visit!

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