Marketing Disclosure

Marketing Disclosure

This page exists because The Federal Trade Commission requires that all blogs must disclose if they are receiving compensation from any recommendations.  If you are having a rough time sleeping you can read all about it in the FTC’s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising published October 5,  2009.

Who Pays for the Cruises, Excursions, Experiences, ect…????

It is really quite simple….. We pay the bill.  This includes, but is not limited to travel expenses, hotels, excursions, food, gifts, souvenirs, ect…….  We could go on, but we think you get the point.  This is important as we want to bring you unbiased reviews of our cruise experiences and the Disney Cruise Line in general.  Now, we’d be lying to you if we were not open to any discounts or comps.  However, we value our integrity and if at any time we are provided a complementary trip, excursion, unique experience, meal,  product, service, ect. it will be fully disclosed in the article and our review/opinion will be honest.

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