The video calls back to Disney's classic "I'm Going to Disneyland/Disney World!" commercial campaigns from the 1980s and 90s. Former Disneyland President Jack Lindquist told us the story about how he and former Walt Disney World executive Tom Elrod came up with the idea of using that line in a commercial featuring the MVP of the 1987 Super Bowl. The campaign was an instant hit, and inspired a generation of fans to cry "I'm going to Disney World" after doing pretty much anything right.
But there are a couple more interesting notes in the commercial. If the University of Oregon's duck mascot looks especially familiar to Disney fans, it should. Oregon based the design for its mascot on Donald Duck, with the blessing of Walt Disney himself.
My favorite detail in the video, though, is what the Ohio State Buckeye mascot is reading. If you missed it, watch the video again, this time taking note of the Buckeye's name, which is written on his shirt in case you don't happen to know it already.
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