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“Happily Ever After” Jody Dreyer talks about 30 years with Disney

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Have you ever been to Disneyland or Disneyworld? If you have, you know it is a magical place. It’s called “The Magic happily ever afterKingdom” for a reason. If you doubt that it is truly magic,  simply look at the faces of the children who visit there. And, if you have been there yourself you benefited from the work of Jody Jean Dreyer. She visited there in 1971 soon after it opened. That was the beginning of a 30-year career with Disneyland. We will talk about her work with Disney and about her newly released book, “Beyond the Castle.” She will help you identify your own personal Happily Ever After.  https://www.jodyjean.com

About Jody Jean Dreyer

Jody Jean Dreyer was a member of Disney’s senior corporate staff. She visited there in 1971 soon after it opened. That was the beginning of a 30-year career with Disneyland. She led worldwide synergy, headed Disney’s global outreach initiatives, and held various marketing positions in both the theme park and motion picture units. She met her husband, John, former head of Disney’s Corporate Communications, at a Disney company Christmas party. They married twenty-five years and live in South Carolina. Zondervan released her book, “Beyond the Castle: A Guide to Discovering your Happily Ever After” in September. This show will be fun and informative. Don’t miss it.

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