Mobile Ed Production’s mission from the beginning has been to deliver the highest quality of educational entertainment to private and public schools across the country. Since 1979, we have created over 40 popular educational assemblies for K-8 schools, and that number continues to go up. Though we value our transparency, affordability, and mobility, these values mean nothing to us without the high-quality educational and engaging content in our programs.Read More
Education Through Entertainment
Well, it has been awhile since we posted some of our “bragging rights”. This month has been very hectic so far here at the Mobile Ed ranch, what with major winter storms all over the country playing havoc with our schedules. So many schools have missed performances due to weather closures. Of course, we never charge for that, so that is a good thing for the schools, but no one wants to miss their show and disappoint the kids, right? This month has been just a whirlwind of phone calls and emails and constant scrambling to try to find suitable make up dates for all the schools that lost their day. Thanks for your understanding through all this!
Mobile Ed's newest and groundbreaking school assembly program, The STEM Museum, rolled into it's first schools last week, and the reviews are are as awesome as we would have hoped!
Yeah, yeah, I know … here I go bragging again about our stellar school show performers. But, you know, when you represent people that are this cool and wonderful, it's hard not to want to tell everyone about how great they are. You know? :-) It is kind of like that silly, old t-shirt expression. You remember the one... "It's hard to be humble when you are as great as I am." Heh, heh, heh. Well, I may not be all that great (in fact my wife never tires of reminding me just how un-great I am), but some of our performers really are magnificent.
As this school years winds down we keep receiving cards back from client schools telling us how much they enjoy our awesome school shows. It is hard not to let it go to our heads a little. But when you work as hard as we do at providing schools with totally amazing educational assembly programs, to have that work recognized is a wonderful feeling.
Every so often we like to blow our own horn. Who doesn't? And I wanted to quickly share these short reviews we recently received following a couple of programs in different locations.
Mobile Ed has worked very hard over the years to build and maintain our reputation. We could put together all the marketing materials in the world about how great we think we are and how much we think you need us, but the words of unbiased clients count for so much more.
We have spoken recently and in the past about our programs that teach kids about how to deal with bullying. This is a serious topic and one that needs to be addressed. Every day we hear from schools looking for ways to help their students.