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Handicapped seating for WoC?


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  • [Question] Handicapped seating for WoC?

    I'm heading to the Glow With the Show event tonight and I'm bringing my dad along. I'm a little worried because he can't stand for long periods of time.

    Is there a place where he can sit for the show? He doesn't need a wheelchair or any other assistance, he just is having knee trouble (he's getting them both replaced soon). Even walking is fine (well, for a short time anyway). We usually just avoid rides with long lines so he doesn't have to stand very long.

    Soooo like I said, is there a way he can sit to watch the show, and how do I go about doing that? Do I need to get him a GAC for that, or can I just go up to a CM before the show or something?

    Thanks for any help

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    Re: Handicapped seating for WoC?

    yes there are areas he can sit during the show, just ask a CM

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