Bring Back the Hollow: What You Can Do as a Reader

We all miss our beloved home.  There were many fun times to be had, and at one point, it was a part of our lives, some more than others.  That was taken away from us on September 19, 2014.  We still blog, and we’re still a community.

I’d like to do the best I can to get our wings back, but I can’t do it alone.  I need your help.

There’s the obvious methods: petitions and contacting Disney.  But can we take it a step further?

Petitions

First, I ask you to sign petitions.  The only ones I’ve found so far are three on Change.org.  If you find any more, please let me know.  I’ve been working on a page full of links to petitions that will be constantly updated.  But for now, here are the three we can sign:

Contact Disney

I was searching the web and found a contact page on Disney’s website.  Listed for “questions or concerns about games, apps, and websites” is an email address of dimg.communications@disney.com.  It’s worth a try.

This YouTube video shows a way to contact Disney at https://help.disney.com/en_US/Games/Contact.  The channel owner claims that Disney has responded to her through this route.

If you find any more ways to contact Disney, please let me know so I can add them to the list!

Spread the Word and Be Active

Disney won’t react to a small group of people that are no longer interested in the Hollow.  We need to show them that we’re still here, that we still care, and that there are lots of us.  Blog, show your love for the Hollow, and be active.  An active community is sure to get Disney’s attention.

Let’s keep fighting, pixies!  I know there isn’t much (if any) new information I’ve shared, but hopefully it’s a good reminder that change won’t happen without someone to speak up and say it needs to happen.  We are those voices!

Yours truly,

Crystal Oakbelle

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