Who writes this ad copy?

29 Aug

From the Disney Vacation Club brochure that arrived along with my Pop Century resernvation today:

You know how exciting a Disney vacation is — and we’re always excited to have you! As a Disney Guest, you can look forward to outstanding service, superb accommodations, and magical surprises at every turn. And we’ll let you in on a little secret — it doesn’t have to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Um, yeah . . . you’ve just clued me into the fact that you’re happy to have me as a Guest however often as I’m willing to unload a chunk of change . . . funny, it never occurred to me I could go to Disney more than once.

2 Responses to “Who writes this ad copy?”

  1. Michelle April 2, 2008 at 1:27 pm #

    Wow, if you make that dumb comment, you obviously don’t understand the comment at all. What it means when they say it “doesn’t have to be once in a lifetime” is that you DON’T have to fork over a chunk of change. Their motto is Disney’s best kept secret. What a retarded thing to say on your part, if you know Disney that well!

  2. Jennifer April 2, 2008 at 1:33 pm #

    Michelle, I think we may have a difference of opinion as to what constitutes a “chunk of change.” Even just the DVC annual membership dues are beyond my budget.

    And, um, I really would encourage you to consider what you mean when you say “retarded.” Let’s not stoop to personal insults, especially those that unnecessarily cast a stigma on those born with disabilities.

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