Walt Disney World lost and found

Every day on Walt Disney World, an average of 210 pairs of sunglasses are lost
This week we take a look at Walt Disney World. 

Every day an average of 210 pairs of sunglasses are turned in and, since 1971, an estimated 1.65 million pairs of glasses have found their way into the “lost” bin. On an annual basis, Lost and Found cast members collect more than 6,000 cell phones, 3,500 digital cameras, 18,000 hats, and 7,500 autograph books. According to long-time Lost and Found staffers, the most unusual items turned in have been a glass eye, a prosthetic leg, and a potty trainer. 

Some other fun facts: Covering nearly 40 square miles, Walt Disney World Resort is about the size of San Francisco or two Manhattan islands. Of the nearly 25,000 acres, a third is designated as conservation land. It also takes more than 70,000 Cast Members in Central Florida to create the magic at the Vacation Kingdom. That makes Walt Disney World Resort the largest single-site employer in the United States.

I found all these on Walt Disney World News which currently only offers information regarding the whole COVID-19 situation. Luckily, the page was archived and you can access it here.