Children with special needs get a night out at the Circus

For the fifth year in a row, Gas South teamed up with the Georgia Municipal Association, Metro Atlanta Mayors’ Association and Feld Entertainment to treat more than 130 children with special needs to the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey’s Magical Journey at Gwinnett Center. Local mayors worked with schools and agencies across the metro area to invite the children and their families to this unique experience. The children were able to have a great night with their families and interact with the circus performance on the arena floor. A great time was had by all!

This was Gas South’s fifth consecutive year sponsoring this fantastic event. Unfortunately, the second show, scheduled for Thursday, the 12th was cancelled due to the weather. But the show will go on next year! A big thanks to our partners for making this possible.

To read more about the circus event, click here or watch our YouTube video here.

Author: Rachael Sejnoha

Rachael is the Public Relations Coordinator for Gas South and works with our PR firm on all media inquiries and internal and external communications. She is also responsible for all social media outlets and provides daily updates on our Facebook and Twitter pages and uploads new content onto our blog. Before joining Gas South in 2015, Rachael worked at G&S Business Communications and Solo Cup Company. Rachael graduated from St. Ambrose University with a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Marketing Communications.

1 thought on “Children with special needs get a night out at the Circus”

  1. What a great event and so fantastic that you’re making this outreach into a real tradition. We can do so much when the public and business work together!

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