Model For Others
I remember when there was no sale of alcohol, tobacco, or gun in the Parks. Kids were there and Disney aimed to role-modeling. That was before they decided to chase for the bucks about the time they put family ethics aside
Now what interests me is their change in Vacation Club places. There were No rules against smoking in the contracts bought and paid for by consumers over most of the last approx. 20 years. However, a couple of years ago that changed.
If you look at the fine print and a purchaser’s right to vote on the issue, it simply doesn’t exist. Disney configured its board to allow it to do what it wanted regardless of public sentiment. In fact the public?meaning the owners?weren’t even asked about their feelings on the total no smoking policy.
I am personally a non-smoker. But, I do think that the right to smoke should at least have been grandfathered into the contracts on file.