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Agent Spotlight - Danielle

Where do you call home?
 Currently Jersey, but Florida will hopefully soon be my new home!
Danielle (left) and family dining at Palo

Are you married?
 Free as a bird.

Any children?
 Do pets count?

Favorite vacation destination? Besides the obvious Disney answer, I really love Montauk, Long Island. It's so peaceful.

Favorite Walt Disney World Resort? 
Animal Kingdom Lodge or Coronado Springs.

Favorite Walt Disney World attraction? 
Splash Mountain!

Favorite Disney restaurant? Teppan Edo in the Japan pavillion in EPCOT. Those Ichigos are the best!

Danielle (second row, right) and fellow
College Program Cast Members
Favorite Disney snack?
 Mickey bars!

Wishes, Fantasmic or IllumiNations? I really love all 3 for different reasons, but if I had to choose I would say IllumiNations.

Favorite Disney Souvenir?
 Shot glasses and ears!

Earliest Disney vacation memory?
 Going for Christmas and watching the show with Melvin the Christmoose during the Very Merry Christmas Party!

Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland or Walt Disney World?
 As much as I love all three, I will always love Disney World the most. It's my home away from home.

Disney experience that brings tears to your eyes?
 Saying goodbye to all my friends that I made on the college program. New Year's Eve was an amazing night but we all cried on the way out!

Where have you traveled aside from Walt Disney World?
 Canada, California, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maine, New York, Chicago, Boston, Bahamas, and Castaway Cay!

Danielle and Lilo
Favorite TV Show?Bar Rescue!

Favorite Movie?Lilo and Stitch. I just love that little blue guy!

Favorite Color?

Favorite Book?
 Anything in regards to Disney :)

If you had to pick another job besides being a travel agent, what would you do?
 Anything at Disney, probably go back to Splash and my froland family. Or a bartender!

Let Danielle help you plan the perfect vacation for your family! 


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