Friday, December 14, 2012

Kodak partnership with Disney will be Ending



Kodak Picture Spots normally seen around Walt Disney World will be gone.

Kodak is ending its longtime sponsorship of Disney Parks at the end of the year, Disney confirmed Thursday night.
Kodak is reportedly cutting its sponsorship as part of plans to get out of bankruptcy.

Disney said it will remove the Picture Spot signs from its parks, and park maps that point out Kodak Picture Spots will have to be reprinted.
Kodak also once sponsored the Imagination Pavilion and Journey Into Imagination attraction at Epcot. But a Disney spokesperson said that sponsorship ended some years ago, so that area should not be in any danger.
Walt Disney World sent us the following statement Thursday night:

"Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort and Kodak have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship over the years, and we thank Kodak for helping us to provide magical memories for our guests."

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