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13. On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president's time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the "Celebrate a Dream Come True" parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president's last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.

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  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
  • On Thursday, the President will travel to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he’ll unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy. The action will be taken as part of the President’s “We Can’t Wait” agenda of executive actions that will aid job growth and don’t require congressional approval.

Many in the tourism industry across the country have been pushing for easier travel visas for tourists from Brazil, China and India so that could be part of his announcement.

Disney says the president will be at the Magic Kingdom, which means guests can plan for heavy security. Main Street USA will be closed for the duration of the president s time there. Guests will be re-routed to other parts of the park. Disney is also cancelling extra magic hours for the Magic Kingdom, and pushing back the   Celebrate a Dream Come True  parade.

Employees will also be prohibited from using their passes to get into Magic Kingdom.

Meanwhile, Disney will host extra magic hours at the other parks on that day for resort guests who will not get to spend more time at Magic Kingdom.

The president s last visit to Orlando was in October for a fundraiser. He also stopped by a downtown Orlando bar for a pint of Guinness.

Nationwide, more than 7.5 million people work in tourism-related jobs, a fact that is not lost right here in Central Florida.
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