Disneyland Paris is to re-brand the former Euro Disney S.C.A. Shareholder’s Club with a new name and logo.
From 2020 ‘The Club‘ will become the “Euro Disney Club – Historical Shareholders of Disneyland Paris“.
Existing club members are being sent new membership cards that will be valid until the end of 2027.
Membership to the shareholders club closed in March 2017 with existing shareholders being promised a 10 year extension of their club memberships and benefits following the 2017 recapitalisation operation and takeover of Euro Disney S.C.A. by The Walt Disney Company.
Members of the Shareholders Club receive invitations to special events including movie screenings and grand openings of new attractions.
Members also receive discounts and special offers on products and services at Disneyland Paris and exclusive access to the Salon Mickey shareholders lounge.
Members receive the following discounts:
- 25% discount on guided tours of Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios
- 25% discount on guided tour of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- 15% discount on One Day/One Park Tickets and 2-Park Hopper Tickets
- 15% discount on Annual Passports
- 10% discount on resort packages at Disneyland Paris Hotels
- 15% discount on table service and buffet restaurants
- 10% discount at Earl of Sandwich
- 20% discount on the 2nd category seating at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show
- 15% discount at Disneyland® Paris boutiques
- 15% discount on green fees at Disneyland Golf
- 10% discount at the Celestia Spa
- 10% discount on tickets for flights on PanoraMagique
- 10% discount for Shareholders Club members at Disney Stores Europe
- 10% reduction at La Vallée Village
The Shareholders Club was founded in 1995 to strengthen the relationship between Euro Disney S.C.A. and it’s shareholders.
Catherine Powell, Former President, Disney Parks Western Region (Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort and Disneyland Paris) and former President of Euro Disney S.C.A. published her final thoughts on leaving The Walt Disney Company on her LinkedIn account yesterday.
Parting thoughts as I leave Disney…
Today is my last day at Disney after 15 and a half years, during which time I have had the amazing opportunity to work across multiple businesses, in all corners of the world and with incredible people.
I leave with several beliefs I think make a good leader and, intuitively, a great team;
- View your career path as a series of stepping stones rather than a ladder to climb. Career moves seen as stepping stones teach versatility and can lead to new and often greater opportunities which may not have been immediately visible. Curiosity will help you choose different paths.
- Have courage. A courageous leader will foster loyalty, leading teams through changes with optimism and inspiration. You cant disrupt or transform without courage. Courage to believe in yourself to make the right decisions, even if there is a risk of failure.
- Be authentic. Authenticity creates trust. Teams will believe in and trust a leader they think is being true to themselves.
- Embrace vulnerability. Vulnerability is like a super power; it gives you incredible strength and confidence to face, own and eventually conquer adversity. I believe courage and authenticity can only truly exist in someone who is able to be vulnerable.
- Enjoy and encourage the success of others. A confident leader shares success. And if you can extend this to your colleagues also, then all boats will rise.
- Seek change. Disrupting the status quo is about looking for ways to embrace or finesse future opportunities for growth or even to survive. A useful step to change is to start asking “why?” And keep on asking why until the answer is immutable.
- Believe that ideas can, and should, come from everyone and anyone. Create a truly diverse environment in which everyone can contribute and so be their best self. Diversity will thrive under leaders who seek new thoughts and perspectives everywhere they look.
Apparently Walt Disney himself said “You may not realise it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in world for you”! I cant say gratitude was front of mind when it happened. But some weeks after learning I was leaving Disney, I can reflect with immense appreciation on the opportunities and experiences afforded to me and my family. And most importantly on the chance to meet and work with so many incredible people who have lifted me up over the past 15 years to make me a much better version of myself.
As I make my jump to yet another stepping stone, I am excited and curious about what this next chapter might have in store. Maybe Walt was right, and this will be the best thing in world for me!