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  • Member of Disney's Clean Team Leaves

    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20737


    Wayne Culver has hung up his broom and retired from the Walt Disney Company. What will this mean for Disney's clean team? Any comments?
    “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” - Walt Disney

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    Re: Member of Disney's Clean Team Leaves

    Looking at the story in the link, I thought the story about the cobwebs was DL. Or perhaps in that story someone went in with a duster and clean up the place and they had to reapply dust. It seems that there's always some legend like that.

    Custodial was never as good as the stories have made it out to be, but they're worse than they were before. I don't think this guy's departure will shift anything.

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      Re: Member of Disney's Clean Team Leaves

      Originally posted by askmike1
      http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20737


      Wayne Culver has hung up his broom and retired from the Walt Disney Company. What will this mean for Disney's clean team? Any comments?
      Comments? So glad you asked, Mikey.

      Judging by the condition/cleanliness of much of the Disney parks (especially MK and Studios) I have the feeling Wayne hung up his broom about the time you turned 5.

      I also wouldn't doubt that this story was placed by Disney's publicity hacks to make it sound as if the parks are kept as well as they ever have been. We all know that isn't the case.

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