Trade City U.S.A. Pin/Vinylmation 2010 Event

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Trade City U.S.A. Pin/Vinylmation 2010 Event

Jeff Lange spent a little time at the public day at the Trade City U.S.A. event, which gave a peek into upcoming Vinylmation and pins.

About the event:

New and long time traders are invited to a 10th Anniversary “Founders Day” celebration for Trade City, U.S.A. during Disney Pin Celebration 2010 from August 27-29, 2010 in World Showplace at Epcot®.

Guests will find themselves immersed in Trade City, an eclectic town nestled in Trading Valley that is home to the world’s longest lanyard and the world’s biggest ear hat. Guests attending this ticketed Disney Pin Event will enjoy fun trading activities, the opportunity to purchase specially designed pins, and meet Disney pin traders from around the world.

Watch DisneyPins.com for all the details on this exciting annual event.

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One thought on “Trade City U.S.A. Pin/Vinylmation 2010 Event

  1. I have attended many events over my 30 years as a Disney fan and have never seen anything so poorly fun in all my times in the park. We were told there would be an area for kids that was cut and my kid walked around with nothing to do. Things that were enjoyed in previous years were cut like snacks, fun jumbo pins, trading boards. They made us think they were adding fun events like a breakfast and a dessert party that would give us opportunities to trade, but all it did was leave us frustrated in hour long lines waiting. Totally not worth the money. I think Disney should reach out to the guests to get an honest opinion of the event as almost everyone we spoke with thought they were getting taken advantage of. This was definetly not a Disney like event and perhaps they should take a close look at who is running this event and regroup the management team. This was not fun for my family and I and after spending over 2 thousand dollars on the event we feel taken

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