President Barack Obama will be at Disney World on Thursday to unveil a new policy, according to the Chicago Tribune. He's going to make the announcement using the amusement park's Cinderella Castle as a backdrop.
While specifics of his tourism plan were hazy, there is one topic at the top of the political wish list for Central Florida's tourism industry: visa reform. The tourism industry has been pushing Congress and Obama to make travel easier for visitors from emerging nations such as Brazil, India and China.
"We understand that he [Obama] is going to trumpet the value of travel generally and improve facilitation for international travel, especially from China and Brazil," said Blain Rethmeier, senior vice president of public affairs at the U.S. Travel Association.
And after the ceremony Obama will slay a dragon that looks like Mitt Romney.