Mindful Monday Blog- WOE Short Story; The Freedom Street Council Part 4. is now online! & WOE Expansion plans - The Alley!
Hello, my fellow WOE Friends!
Welcome back to the work week! I'll be hard at work this week interviewing and capturing these wonderful stories from our employee's and guests.
The Freedom Street Council Part 4. is now online - "Mindy was fearful of what could happen and tried to talk her dad out of it. But Paul knew, as the leader, he had to be there. Paul asked her not to tell her mom when she got home from work. Mindy agreed." Continue reading by clicking the ad at the end of this blog.
I have included a powerful picture/poster from our HR Department that was released over the weekend.
If you haven't checked out the re-themed HR Posters and Videos section, please do! It now has calming music and backlighting to help calm you down as you peruse through the thought-provoking pictures. You can find it in the HR Posters and Videos section of this website or by simply clicking on the new HR picture below.
WOE Expansion Plans
Here's some news for those of you that love to hang out until the late hours of the morning, love to shop, and just have fun! The new WOE Complex is being built adjacent to the current one. But the area in between the two of them will be a brand new entertainment and shopping district, called The Alley. The Alley will resemble a large, city street alley, with stores, clubs, and fun activities to do throughout. All the stores will be unique, and a few will be an extension from The Continents. This will allow you to buy goods from a particular country. They will include clothing, household items, technology, music, videos, etc. They will also provide free package delivery to your onsite room or the Brand Name Hotels. If you're a daily visitor, they will send it to the central Hub to pick up before you board the monorail to the parking garage.
The clubs will all have a theme and include Blues, Jazz, Disco, Comedy, Karaoke, rock n' roll, and today's hits. Each will have live entertainment starting in the evening and running into the morning hours. There will also be many national and international acts that make guest appearances without notice. Many of these clubs can hold 1,200 - 2,400 guests.
In the Alley itself, and in many "hide-away' areas, will be games and activities guests can play or enjoy for free!
The shopping will be open from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. and the clubs will usually open from 8:00 p.m. - sometimes 4:00 a.m. or later on special events. The clubs will only be accessible to guests staying on property or at the Brand Name Hotels, and they will sell alcohol with fewer restrictions, but no drunkenness will be allowed. It will also be for guests 18 and up.
This will be an excellent addition for those who love to shop or want more after-hours action when Fun Town USA closes. Much to look forward to in 2020.
Thanks for reading! I Hope you have a great day! Until next time,