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A Special Disney Magic Maker Nomination for Fozzie Bear

Shelby Grasser

by , Manager - Corporate Citizenship, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products

Our favorite slap-stick quipster, Fozzie Bear, joined the ranks of fellow neighbors, heroes and do-gooders who have been nominated as Disney Magic Makers!

Last month, we asked for your help identifying 50 Disney Magic Makers whose good deeds remind us that magic can come from anywhere, and whose commitments to bettering the lives of those around them are deserving of a trip to “The Most Magical Celebration on Earth” during Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th anniversary. While the entries continue to pour in, we wanted to share one special nomination from Disneyland Ambassador Justin.

Fozzie Bear thought he discovered a magical tool when he found Mickey Mouse’s sorcerer hat. With a little friendly guidance, he was reminded that true magic doesn’t come from tricks or charms, but from the joy created by its maker. 

Do you know someone like Fozzie who helps make your life and the lives of those around them a little more magical? Now’s your chance to recognize all of the positivity and happiness they’ve brought to you or your community… and they may just win a trip to Walt Disney World Resort and a one-year subscription to Disney+ if eligible!  

For full details, and to cast your nomination, visit


NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter contest between June 22, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. ET and October 1, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S. & D.C., who are 18 years of age at time of entry. Nominees must be at least 13 years of age at time of nomination. Limit 5 entries per person. See Official Rules for full details on how to enter, eligibility requirements, contest entry periods, prize description and limitations. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media, Inc., 500 S. Buena Vista Street, Burbank, CA 91521.


  • I love this initiative, and Fozzie is someone who will definitely benefit from the recognition of being nominated. He got that low self-esteem thing going even though he makes the world a brighter place just by being who he is. I second Justin’s nomination.

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