#CastCompliment Goes A Long Way

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For the majority of your magical Disney vacation you will be interacting with Cast Members. These wonderful people working for “The Mouse” are there to assist you the best they can. Maybe you dropped your Mickey pretzel on the ground right after you purchased it; let a cast member know and they will take care of you.

Disney’s Cast Members go through some of the best training and understanding of the company’s common purpose, which they describe this way—

We create happiness by providing the best in entertainment for people of all ages everywhere.

Did you know that when you are experiencing something extra magical from a Disney Cast Member, you can tweet with the hashtag of “CastCompliment” and mention @WDWToday or @DisneylandToday and your compliment will make its way to that CM? They will appreciate it very much! 👏🏻 👏🏻 👏🏻

This past weekend we were enjoying dinner at Sebastion’s Bistro and our server, David, offered us exceptional service. He was friendly, kind and had a fun time with our family. We tweeted the following and Disney printed out the tweet and hand-delivered it to David.

If you have a special moment with a Cast Member, taking the time to send out a #CastCompliment tweet mentioning @WDWToday or @DisneylandToday would be much appreciated!

Steve is the founder and administrator of D-COT. If anything breaks on the site, @TheSwedishChef is the founder and administrator. 😅😋

3 Comments

  1. This is good to know. If we are going to complain, we must also be willing to point out the good job as well

  2. I must admit, from memory i’ve never had a complaint for any cast member. Although not have i ever made a compliment when they go above and beyond, good point Steve :)

  3. Thanks for sharing! :) I never really knew how to give praise to CMs who did a really great job. I will have to remember this!

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