Disney Store Celebrates Grand Opening in Las Vegas

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Saturday, August 17, Disney Store will celebrate the grand opening of its brand new store at Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas. The new Disney Store location has many Disney Aspects,  including a Disney Princess castle, magical trees, Disney-Pixar CARS neighborhood and the Disney Store Theater. As guests enter the store and look above, they will see a custom skyline with Disney and Nevada landmarks.

In celebration of the new store opening, one lucky child from the local Boys and Girls Club of America (BGCA) chapter will “unlock imagination” and officially open the Disney Store location at Fashion Show Mall at 10 a.m. on August 17.

The first 500 guests to attend the grand opening celebration will receive a free gift and, from noon to 4 p.m., a meet and greet with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse will take place in the shopping center’s Great Hall with an opportunity for guests to take photos with the characters.

Disney Store will donate 10 percent of grand opening day’s sales to the local Boys and Girls Clubs of America chapter.

This store sounds like a mini theme park. Sounds Awesome right?

Wishing you Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust


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I am the Disney World News Writer for Chip and Company. I am an annual passholder and visit Disney World as often as I can. I turned my daughter into a Disney Addict as well. One day we hope to live in the castle!

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  • Christina C

    Just another stop whenever we take a Vegas vacation!

  • Melissa

    I am definitely going to have to visit that Disney Store next time we are in Vegas!

  • Michelle Tegenkamp

    I love the Disney Stores! We always get our t-shirts from there before we go on our Disney trips to help to save on cost of souvenirs.