Paul Miller and his son were visiting Walt Disney World in the lead-in to Christmas when his son lost his coveted water bottle while lining up for the Tower of Terror at Hollywood Studios. In an attempt to track it down, Miller sent out the following tweet to Walt Disney World:
@WDWToday Might sound silly but my son lost his water bottle down into the boiler room I. The queue at Tower yesterday. He’s taken it to his favorite places for 10 years. Any extra effort by maintenance to.send to lost and found would be appreciated.
— paul miller (@pauldeanmiller) December 21, 2017
Initially, Disney wrote back with their standard response that all lost items would be collected at the end of the shift and taken to lost and found:
Hi, Paul! We’re sorry to hear your son misplaced his water bottle! If this item is found, it will be brought to Theme Park Lost & Found. You can call them to see if it has been found at (407) 824-4245.
— Walt Disney World Today (@WDWToday) December 21, 2017
However, two days later things to an exciting turn when Disney sent Miller a message asking him for a description of the item.
Before long, Disney started sharing these wonderful images regarding the water bottle’s whereabouts:
In the end, the water bottle was reunited with its family after a big wonderful dose of Disney magic!
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