Disney Parks Moms Panel Search 2018 to Begin September 6

Disney Parks Moms Panel Search 2018 is here! It’s time to announce that Search will open at noon ET on September 6, 2017 and run through noon ET on September 13, 2017!

If your friends and colleagues always seek you out for heartfelt advice on planning a Disney vacation, then we encourage you to apply! Maybe you have put together more amazing Disney vacations that you can count, and you’ve helped others do the same, then we want to hear from you!

Applicants will be selected based on their personal experience with various Disney destinations, and their ability to communicate their Disney knowledge to prospective Guests in easy-to understand and friendly ways. Sound like you? If so, then set your reminder for September 6th!

Heading into its 11th year, the Disney Parks Moms Panel is a trusted source offering tailored parent-to-parent vacation advice in a convenient question-and-answer format. Because the panel offers tips on four languages – English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese – we look forward to welcoming more bilingual panelists this year.

To find out more, visit www.momspanelsearch.com. Spread the word and good luck!

Disney Parks Moms Panel Search for New Panelists to Begin September 7th

Are you an experienced Disney vacation traveler and take pride in helping your friends and family members plan their own magical vacations? If so, you should consider applying for the 2017 Disney Parks Moms Panel.

The application window will open at 12:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 and close at 12:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, September 14, 2016. The first round application process includes short essay questions, basic information questions, and a sample question similar to what you’d find on the Disney Parks Moms Panel website.

This September marks the 10th year of the annual search for new panelists. The first Moms Panel search launched in September 2007 and since then more than 140 moms, dads, grandparents have helped other guests with decisions and planning logistics around all types Disney vacations.

The Disney Parks Moms Panel focuses on nearly every type of Disney vacation including Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, runDisney and events at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. And because the site is available in four languages, we hope to find panelists fluent in Portuguese, French, and Spanish.

If you’re the go-to vacation planner in the family and consider yourself very knowledgeable about Disney Parks vacations, consider applying for next year’s panel.

Eighth Disney Parks Moms Panel Features 22 New Park-Savvy Parents


Disney Parks officially announced today 22 new members of the 2015 Disney Parks Moms Panel. Each panelist possesses exemplary knowledge about a specific Disney Destination, including Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, runDisney, Disney Vacation Club, Disney Cruise Line, and more. This diverse group of dedicated enthusiasts will share its vast park experience with future visitors looking to add an extra pinch of pixie dust to their desired Disney trip.

Launched in 2008, the Disney Parks Moms Panel is a resource designed to help guests craft and plan their perfect Disney vacation. In addition to being available in English and Spanish, this year, the Disney Parks Moms Panel adds two new language pages – French and Portuguese. Guests will be able to reach an array of Panelists consisting of moms, grandparents, dads, single parents, and parents of special needs children. Questions to the site cover many Disney-related vacation topics, such as theme park tips, cruise ship itineraries, on-property hotel options, baby care center locations, special in-park events, and many more. Panelists share a passion for all things Disney and extensive knowledge of its properties and products – and just as important – are excited to provide tips to help create lifelong memories for others.

Later this year, the Disney Parks Moms Panel will also be optimized for mobile devices, enabling travelers to plan on the go.

“Those of us on the selection committee this year were excited by the increased number of applicants from all over the world,” said Leanne O’Regan, director of social media for Disney Parks. “We recognize the importance of implementing additional language options that cater to our culturally diverse guests.”

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