Rob Memory – Founder
Hello! My is Robert Memory I am the founder of Memory Disney BlogandI’ve been going to Disney World
on a regular basis since 2015. I fell in with Disney back in 2014 when I made my first trip as a member of Disney Vacation Club. Currently I am an annual passholder and a member of D23 (Disney Fan Club).
With my vast knowledge and experience of the Walt Disney World Resorts and Parks I decided to pass my knowledge onto fellow visitors and became a travel agent. With becoming a travel agent, I attended The College of Disney Knowledge. As a graduate of College of Disney Knowledge, I am able to help you book your next adventure with Disney.
In the past I had the opportunity to attend opening day of Toy Story Land, but some of my favorite moments have been during the D23 events. I’ve had the privilege of speaking with and having lunch with Disney Legends and learning the history of Walt Disney. Along with experiencing the family fun experience that Disney has to offer.
Along with booking Disney vacations and I am able to help you book you trip any place in the world. I have attended Royal Caribbean University and obtained a master’s degree from them. Also I hold a master’s degree from Norwegian Cruise Line. I have traveled to 42 of the 50 states and been to numerous countries.
Justin Legris – Editor in Chief
Justin Legris went on his first family trip to Disney World in 1998 and since then he has been hooked! He loves spending time during his trips taking in all the resorts have to offer and experiencing the different types of food Disney has to offer. He even went to Disney on his honeymoon with his wife which was a memorable experience for both of them. Now being a father, Justin looks forwards to taking his children to Disney to share the magic with them. With being a elementary music teacher during the year, Justin gets to keep the Disney magic alive in students he teaches. He loved having his choir sing disney songs and sharing his experiences from the parks. He is a big Star Wars fan and loves both the musical tradition of Disney and the modern exploration of multi-cultural music used in more modern Disney films.
George Pettit – Writer
In the summer of 1986, at the age of 7, I took my first trip to Walt Disney World with my parents and my younger brother. Back then there were only two parks, Magic Kingdom and Epcot Center. Disney Springs was still just the small, simple Disney Village. River Country was the only water park. You could still catch the Sky Way from Fantasy Land to Tomorrow Land. And if you were lucky, you could see the fireworks from it at night. Discovery Island was still open. And Flight of the Navigator just debuted in theatres. There were no buses and Disney was NEVER getting into the timeshare business! Since then, I have made over dozens of trips to sunny Central Florida as well as 1 trip to the place that started it all, Anaheim. I’ve done Disney as a youth, teen, adult and now as a father. I have been a DVC member (you know, the timeshare Disney was never going to get involved with) for 7 years now, with Saratoga Springs being our home resort. I’ve previously been an owner at Grand Floridian as well. I am an annual pass holder as well as a D23 member. I have been on various behind the scenes tours and went to Disney’s Animator School for a day. I go to Disney World once or twice a year with my family. I have three boys varying in age. The biggest thing that keeps me coming back is that there is always something new or different. There is always something I haven’t tried yet. And now, I get to share the memories of my childhood with my own children.