Enter the Walt Disney World’s Best Grandparent Contest Now

From Victoria Lim, Managing Editor, Walt Disney World Public Relations and posted on the Disney Parks Blog.

My fondest memory of my maternal grandfather is watching him whip-up a delicious dinner over a sizzling smoky wok along with dramatic exclamations of each step. It was like watching a cooking show. And my paternal grandmother – she taught me how to transform yarn, felt, and wiggly eyes into pom-pom animals.

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For these reasons and many more, I think they’re the best. And we bet you have some great reasons why your grandparents are the best, too. So, reward them with a chance at a family vacation here to Walt Disney World Resort.

We’ve launched the Walt Disney World’s Best Grandparent Contest. Share your funny, happy, or heartwarming story. They could win a Grand Adventure, an eight-day family vacation to Walt Disney World Resort for up to six people. Hopefully, you’ll be one of the lucky six.

You have until August 28th. The winner will be announced on Grandparent’s Day, September 15.

So let’s celebrate Grandmom and Granddad, Granny, Nana, Grampy, Gramps, Mom Mom and Pop Pop – whatever their moniker. If you call them the “best,” submit your story today.

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