Disney Davy Crockett Ranch Get’s a New Logo

Disneyland Paris has revealed a new logo for Disney Davy Crockett Ranch.

The new logo-mark implements the two tone brand style that is currently becoming more popular within the Walt Disney Company.

Disney has also done away with the Davy Crockett illustration. Simplifying the overall design and adding a pair of stylized acorns.

Like the several recent hotel rebrands Disneyland Paris has also decided to drop the apostrophe after “Disney”.

An extensive overview of the evolution of Disneyland Paris Hotel logos. (Top Row Current Versions)

Disney Davy Crockett Ranch was the last official hotel to recieve a logo update. Over the past two years the Disneyland Hotel, Newport Bayclub, Disney Sequoia Lodge, Hotel Cheyenne, and Santa Fe have all received new looks.

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Disneyland Paris Cast Members Strike | March Through Theme Parks

On Tuesday, May 30 2023, Disneyland Paris Cast Members striked and marched through both theme parks. Their primary demands revolve around seeking improved compensation and working conditions. Unless an agreement is reached further Cast Member strikes are likely to occur. The Cast Member union UNSA (National Union of Autonomous Trade Unions), has announced further strikes…

Cable Car Bake Shop Re-Opens with Kiri Re-Design

Folks visiting Disneyland Park Paris now have the opportunity to indulge in an assortment of pastries made with  Kiri cheese. These treats can be sampled at the Cable Car Bake Shop. As part of Kiri’s sponsorship of the “traditional” American bake shop on Main Street U.S.A., Cable Car Bake Shop has been revamped in the…

Published by Eric from AirMagique

Eric is the host and chief content editor of the AirMagique - Unofficial Disneyland Paris Podcast. He writes articles, takes photographs, produces videos and edits the podcast.

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