WWE NXT Coming to Full Sail Live on October 11, 2012!
WWE Tag Team Champions Kane and Daniel Bryan, will continue their unique form of therapy in the ring during the October 11, 2012 WWE NXT event at Full Sail Live! The stunning WWE Divas will be on hand, and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross will call all of the in-ring action!
WWE Tickets: FREE to students, 2 tickets maximum, w/Full Sail I.D. (Limited Supply) $5.00 for Full Sail Staff w/Full Sail I.D. $10.00 for General Admission tickets
WWE / NXT Live Event
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Full Sail Live at Full Sail Studios
141 University Park Dr., Winter Park, FL 32792
Doors 5:45 p.m.
Event 6:30 p.m.
WWE and Full Sail University will be videotaping this event.
During the WWE NXT event,a selection of local area specialty food trucks will be on site, so come hungry, as the Food Truck service begins at 5:00pm.
Future Event Tickets:
Tickets for the next scheduled WWE/NXT live event will go on sale immediately following the conclusion of this event.
Event specific WWE / NXT T-Shirts will be available at each event. Proceeds from ticket and t-shirt contributions benefit the Full Sail / WWE Scholarship Fund
Heather Thomson, THE REAL HOUSEWIFE: MAKING A SEASON OF THE SHOW AND A BUSINESS SUCCESSFUL
Heather Thomson, a fashion designer, celebrity stylist, philanthropist and newest cast member of the successful Real Housewives of New York franchise, is the woman behind the successful Yummie by Heather Thomson brand.
Heather will be speaking at the Hilton Orlando on October 21, 2012, at the Women for Israel Breakfast to benefit the Jewish National Fund
ZUQIM: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND A VISION FOR TOMORROW
NOA ZER heads Resource Development for the Central Arava Regional Council. She is married to a second generation farmer from Paran and both of them are starting their second agricultural season as pepper growers on Moshav Paran in the Central Arava.
WOMEN FOR ISRAEL BREAKFAST – Jewish National Fund
Sunday, October 21, 2012 • 8:00-9:15 am
6001 Destination Parkway Orlando, FL 32819
This event is in conjunction with JNF’s National Conference. You are invited to stay for the Opening Plenary at 9:30 am. For more information about the conference, visit jnf.org/nc.
Dietary laws observed • Please RSVP by October 5, 2012 to Rosalie Brinbaum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561.447.9733
This past weekend I had the pleasure to stay at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort for the second time and enjoy some of the amazing details. I thought I’d share some of my favorite new things since I was able to explore the Lion King and Little Mermaid sections for the first time. I cannot wait to go back and stay in each of these new sections of the resort! This is now cemented as my favorite of the Value Resorts at Walt Disney World. The theming is absolutely incredible! In case you missed them, go back and take a look at our previous posts about the Finding Nemo, Cars section and Landscape of Flavors.
If you aren’t familiar with the Art of Animation Resort it is amazingly designed, and the more you return to the Art of Animation Resort the more details you’ll notice and love!, it is divided into four themes. Finding Nemo, Cars, and the Lion King make up seven of the resort’s ten accommodations buildings with family suites. I had previously stayed in the Finding Nemo section back in May and visited the Cars section before it was officially opened several weeks later. The Lion King section opened in July, but I hadn’t yet had the opportunity to visit. Standard rooms make up the other three buildings in the Little Mermaid section.
Since I was staying there I thought I would take half an hour or so to explore the resort to see some of the magic the Imagineers created at this awesome new resort. Here, I’d like to highlight just a few of my favorite pictures from the other day.
I love how well each of the character’s personalities were captured in the sculptures. The landscaping is immaculate and perfectly suits the theme of each section of the resort. You feel immersed in the jungle while walking through the winding paths of the Lion King. The palm trees sway, almost as if moved by an underwater current in the Little Mermaid area. I know I’ve said it before, but this is my favorite of the value resorts. The amount of time and energy the Imagineers must have put into this resort is mindboggling.
One of the best things is how the Art of Animation Resort is amazingly designed, and the more you return to the Art of Animation Resort the more details you’ll notice and love! really is the focus of the resort. You can see the beauty in things like the larger than life characters featured above. Also, great detail is put into little things like signs around the resort. The Cars section, where I was staying this trip, is my favorite to visit at night. The neon around Route 66, the Cozy Cone and the Wheel Well Motel just bring this area to life with retro Americana goodness. I especially love the nods to the Rotary Club, Knights of Columbus, etc. with the Cars parodies. Also, if you get a chance, check out all the bumper stickers on my favorite character Fillmore. Lot’s of great inside jokes can be found all around him.
I highly recommend that anyone who has an extra hour or two on a day they don’t necessarily want to go to the parks that they go explore Disney’s Art of Animation Resort. There are so many details to explore throughout the resort’s common areas, plus it offers one of, if not the best counter service locations at a resort. I hope you all get the opportunity to stay here, or at least visit someday. If you’ve been, what are some of your favorite details?