PHOTOS, VIDEO: Legacy Award-Winning Cast Members To Receive EARidescent Nametags for 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World
In an Instagram post today, the Walt Disney World Ambassadors showed off new EARidescent nametags for Cast Members who have won the Walt Disney Legacy Award. While we’ve already seen the 50th anniversary celebration nametags for most Cast Members, the Legacy Award winners wear special blue nametags. Let’s take a look at the upgrades they’ll receive for the World’s Most Magical Celebration!
Legacy Award winner Melly shows off the new nametag in front of Cinderella Castle, which is also sporting a shiny new look for the anniversary.
The new nametags feature EARidescent “pixie dust” sparkles and holographic gold foil.
The Walt Disney Legacy Award is a prestigious honor given to Cast Members for exemplifying key qualities. Cast Members can earn the award after being nominated by co-workers.
According to Disney, the Walt Disney Legacy Award recognizes people who excel in their daily work and who embody the three values of:
Dream: going the extra mile every day to make dreams become reality and improve the Disney experience (projecting a positive and dynamic image through their speech and actions, participating in the company’s strategic initiatives and finding ways to promote them, etc.)
Create: developing new and effective initiatives to improve their workplace environment and upholding Disney brand quality (accepting change and adhering to new ideas, actively focusing on improving the Disney experience by resolving problems, limiting constraints, etc.)
Inspire: inspiring others by their positive attitude, constant support, and team spirit (being inclusive, courteous, and pleasant to all, acting as a role model, recognizing and celebrating the successes of others, etc.).
The three values can be seen along the bottom of Legacy Award winners’ nametags.
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