Join us at BabyCakes NYC in Downtown Disney for the WDW Radio Meet of the Month as we celebrate our 5 Year Anniversary from 4:30-6:00pm
In addition to gathering with listeners and friends, we're also going to celebrate with complimentary desserts for the attendees, courtesy of BabyCakes! In order to receive your free dessrt you MUST print out your ticket (one per person, please - everyone must have their own ticket)
BabyCakes NYC is located inside the Pollo Campero building, across from the T-Rex Cafe in Downtown Disney
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Lou Mongello is a widely recognized Walt Disney World author, expert, host, speaker and entrepreneur. He is the host/producer of WDW Radio (http://WDWRadio.com), which has been named Best Travel Podcast for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, the author of the Walt Disney World Trivia Books, "102 Ways to Save Money For and At Walt Disney World," and the author/narrator of Audio Tours of Walt Disney World.
Lou is the founder of the Dream Team Project (http://DreamTeamProject.org), which sends children with life-threatening illnesses to Disney World. Lou also makes regular TV appearances and is a featured speaker who shares the magic of Disney and/or the power of social media.
Lou was a successful lawyer and owner of an IT consulting company in New Jersey, before leaving them behind to pursue his passion and share it with others. He is now an internationally-recognized expert on Disney, and is a featured speaker who shares with businesses, associations and schools the magic of Disney and/or the power of social media. Lou also shares some “Disney magic” into schools by bringing Disney into the classroom with engaging, thought-provoking, and entertaining assembly programs. Lou is also a youth motivational speaker who presents on a variety of topics designed show students how to create an exciting future by following their dreams and passions. He has appeared on dozens of national radio and TV interviews as a Disney expert. He has written for and been quoted in numerous books, magazines and newspapers.
For more information, visit http://LouMongello.com