Today we have more paper cups from Disneyland. These are all much newer than the cups shown in my last post. The photo above shows the front and back of a cup from Christmas of 1997. This was the first year that Disneyland did their holiday conversion of "It's A Small World."
Below, is a cup that was used in the park throughout the nineties, and I believe into the 2000's as well. Tokyo Disneyland actually used this exact same design until just last year, when their graphics were changed for the park's 25th Anniversary.
The cup below should look familiar to regular park goers. It was used during the "Two And A Half Years Of A Million Dreams" campaign.
Last up today, we have a cup from Christmas of 2007. The logo reads, "Disney Parks, Where Dreams Come True." I am assuming they used this cup in Florida as well. I wonder how much money is really saved by making everything generic? Personally, I think it stinks! I don't want a shirt or hat that says "Disney Parks" on it. I want one that says "Disneyland", "Walt Disney World", etc......but that's just me!