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With a $20 price tag, the skateboarder will be a real bargain in the Disney Parks.

The Disney-branded skateboard is set to debut at Disneyland Paris, Epcot, and Walt Disney World.

It will also be featured in the parks in Orlando, Orlando International, and Shanghai Disneyland.

The skateboard’s retail price tag is $180.

A retail version of the skate is available for $130.

Disney Parks’ merchandise sales, which began in 2017, now include a $100 “Skateboard” coupon, according to the Disney Store.

The “Skatboard” theme is coming to the park in 2019.

It includes a skateboard for children, a $35 “Skapel” coupon for adults, and a $75 “Skater” coupon.

Disney-inspired characters, like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, will be appearing in theme parks.

There are plans to add “Snow White,” the “Pixar Cars” characters, and other characters like the Pixar character Buzz Lightyear, Disney-owned theme parks announced last year.

The company also announced in February that it is creating a brand for skateboarding.

In the next few months, the company will launch a new, themed theme park in Shanghai, a new park in Disney Springs, and two new theme parks in Disney World’s Epcot and Disneyland parks.

Disney and The Walt Disney Company will release the new skateboard at its new Shanghai theme park on April 27.

J.D. Lee, Skateboarding legend, dies at age 94

The legendary skateboarder, skateboard legend, skateboarding legend J. D. Lee died Friday, his representative said.

Lee had been in a wheelchair for more than three decades and suffered a heart attack in 2015.

He was 92.

Lee won four Olympic medals, including four gold, and two silver medals in skateboarding.

He became one of the most recognizable names in skateboards and the skateboarding industry.

He also won a Stanley Cup for the San Jose Sharks in 1976.

He retired as a pro skateboard racer in 1984.

In the 1960s, Lee’s family built an indoor skate park on the property of the Lee family, and in the 1970s, they built a skate park for the family.

The Lee family moved to Seattle in the 1980s.

Lee was a lifelong skater and an avid surfer, according to his brother-in-law, Robert T. Lee.

He played basketball and was a track star at Kent State University.

He is survived by his wife, Betty, two sons, Bobbie Lee and George, and five grandchildren.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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