This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California. Joining the program this week is Orange County Register Columnist, Marla Jo Fisher, who talks about her secrets to Disneyland, and a sobering statistic involving growing crowds: it is estimated that 1 million people now have annual passes. Speaking of Disney fanatics, Peter Greenberg is joined by Julie Mooney and Emily Sims, cofounders of Magic Kingdom Mamas, who discuss their secrets of visiting Disneyland to beat those crowds. Bruno Serato, chef of the historic landmark Anaheim White House Restaurant, tells his story of how a conversation with his mother inspired him to found a nonprofit that feeds 3,500 kids a night. He also discusses how he’s still feeding more than 4,000 kids a day, even after a fire destroyed his legendary restaurant. Historian Chris Epting chats about the secret baseball history of Anaheim (that goes beyond the Angels). Hugo Martin, Business Writer for the Los Angeles Times, explains the real profit dimensions of America’s airlines and how the margins are so thin—as well as what you need to know before you book. There’s all of this and more as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California.
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