Cast Members wearing a blue name tag have earned the prestigious Walt Disney Legacy Award, specifically reserved for employees who have done an exceptional job executing Disney’s mission to dream, create, and inspire.
Thereof, how do you get a blue name tag at Disney?
A blue name tag means that the Cast Member has earned a Walt Disney Legacy Award. This award recognizes Cast Members who do an exceptional job in three areas: dream, create, inspire. To get the award, a fellow Cast Member needs to nominate another Cast Member.
Considering this, how do you make a Disney name tag?
What are Disney cast members?
A cast member (or CM) is a Disney employee that works at Disney Parks or at the Disney Store. Cast members have various jobs, such as watching over security (telling people the safety rules of rides and attractions, for example), tending to rides and attractions, and playing Disney characters.
The hexadecimal color code #006e99 is a medium dark shade of cyan.
You may get tickets to Disney depending on the contract. I think most third party employees can get into the parks with their ID (it’s green instead of blue for regular CM) and get a limited amount of tickets to let others in.
Ariel Rounded is right. However, you are not “bother”ing the DISigners. We wouldn’t be putting our stuff out there if we didn’t enjoy making them for fellow DISers. PS: I see that you got your tags yesterday.
The Walt Disney Legacy Award recognizes Cast Members who go above and beyond to dream, create and inspire both fellow Cast Members and Guests, with recipients identified by their iconic blue nametags.
There are three specific traits each Walt Disney Legacy nominee is measured against: dream, create, inspire. These three qualities were so prevalent across the symphony of Walt Disney’s life and serve as a foundation in deciding if any one cast member’s actions live up to receiving the Legacy Award.