Mobile Ed has a lot of great performers. That is an understatement really! Mobile Ed has lots and lots of really amazing school show presenters! That is how we have not only remained in business for more than thirty years, but how we have led the world of school shows the entire time and are now the largest company in the country presenting high quality school assemblies in communities nationwide.
Education Through Entertainment
Today is an anniversary of an invasion that took place in Kentucky in 1862. Kentucky, of course, remained loyal to the Union during the Civil War, one of three “border states” (the other two being Missouri and Maryland) where slavery was legal and practiced before the war, but where the elected state governments did not vote to secede along with the rest of the South.
Just a quick tip for our friends in Kentucky!
Just a refresher today to keep you up to speed on the comings and goings of some of our great school assembly performers. Seems like a lot of our best Midwest school show presenters were in other parts of the country in October, but they are all coming back to the Midwest in time for Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays.
Based in Michigan, as we are, many of our school assembly performers are Michigan artists and teachers. It also happens frequently that performing school assemblies will get into your blood. A great school show performer, having worked for us for awhile, will retire to some other profession only to find they miss our odd little world.