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June 20, 2014 | 4:00 PM

3 Ways Group Leaders Benefit From Disney Youth Programs

Written by Brightspark Travel


This year, Brightspark Travel reached PremEar status with Disney Youth Programs. This mark of excellence is only awarded to Disney’s top youth travel partners and is the highest level a student tour provider can achieve through Disney Youth Programs.

We know what you are thinking, "Go Brightspark!" But how does Brightspark’s relationship with Disney benefit me as a teacher or director?

The benefits to you include:

1) Lower Pricing:

Our relationship with Disney allows Brightspark to get better rates compared to teachers and directors who book with Disney directly. We take these lower rates and pass the savings on to you to help lower the cost of your tour.

2) Expertise:

PremEar status is awarded by the amount of volume a student tour provider brings to Disney each year. Brightspark has already sent 4,000 (and counting!) participants to Walt Disney World® or Disneyland® Resort in 2014. This benefits you and your students because achieving PremEar status means we are experts in providing enriching and educational tours to Disney.

3) Commitment to Customer Service:

We worked hard to earn our PremEar status and we did it all for our teachers and directors. The relationship we have established with Disney will only make it easier for teachers like you to provide your students with magical Disney experiences. 

Disney Youth Programs, created by Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, offers unique experiences for education student groups or performance student groups designed to engage your student’s minds. These programs take place in the Disney Parks in Florida and California. Whether you are the Director of an instrumental ensemble or show choir or a teacher of biology, there is a Disney Youth Program experience ready for you.

Interested in visiting the happiest (and most educational) place on earth?

Topics: Disney

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