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It’s ‘Disney Time’ at Wheel of Fortune!

So many wild things have happened in my life ever since I became a full time blogger, but never did I imagine I would get to meet Pat Sajak and Vanna White on the set of “Wheel of Fortune” while I was wearing a Mickey ears hat. Not making this one up, I’ve got the picture to prove it.

Wheel of Fortune Disney Memories

The making of this frame-worthy picture happened because I was invited to be part of the live studio audience during the taping of a special on-air collaboration between Disney and “Wheel of Fortune”: “Making Disney Memories Week.” Starting on Monday, January 28 through Feb. 1st, America’s Favorite Game Show, now on its 30th season, will feature a custom set including three different scenes depicting “Sleeping Beauty Castle,” “Cinderella Castle” and the Disney Dream® Cruise Ship.  Additionally, Disney is providing iconic elements from the Disney Parks including a Disney teacup from the “Mad Tea Party” attractions, Lightning McQueen from the new Cars Land at Disney California Adventure® Park, a pirate ship from “Peter Pan’s Flight” and a Dumbo car from “Dumbo, the Flying Elephant.”  And show hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White will be greeted on set by beloved Disney characters.

It was a blast to be part of the Mickey ears-hat-wearing audience and get to see how truly excited all the contestants were at their chance to win not only big bucks, but also Disney cruises and trips. The show contestants aren’t the only winners, though. The “Wheel of Fortune Making Memories Sweepstakes” encourages viewers to watch “Making Disney Memories Week” on Wheel of Fortune and enter each night’s bonus puzzle solution at www.wheeloffortune.com.  Ten winners will each enjoy a vacation for four to the winner’s choice of the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida or the Disneyland Resort in California.

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