Entertainment Designer Forum returns to Orlando with new panelists, more unique theme park auction items to benefit charity

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The annual Entertainment Designer Forum returns to Orlando this Friday evening, bringing together fans with top theme park talent for open Q&A sessions, along with an incredible auction of unique and rare items.

With all proceeds benefitting cancer research charity in memory of theme park designer Stephanie Girard, the Entertainment Designer Forum is always the year’s best way to mingle with those who create some of the world’s top experiences while also helping out a fantastic cause.

This year’s two panel discussion sessions include the return of Universal Orlando’s entertainment director Mike Aiello, Walt Disney World art director Kim Gromoll, and freelance designer Ray Keim, along with an exciting mix of newcomers to the event from Universal, Disney, SeaWorld, and more:

Between the two sessions, DJElliot will be spinning some tunes while attendees bid on auction items, including Disney artwork, plenty of Halloween Horror Nights rarities, and even a special experience for The Republic.

Here’s a sampling of memorabilia:

The Entertainment Designer Forum takes place Friday, March 20, with sessions at 6:30pm and 9:00pm. Tickets are $25 for one session or $45 for both, with all proceeds benefitting the American Cancer Society. The event takes place at 1001 E. Princeton St, Orlando, FL, 32803. More information can be found on their Facebook page.

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