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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

FREE ELEPHANT RIDES OFFERED WITH EARLY BIRD CIRCUS TICKETS

05. Nov, 2010
A special offer has been added to Carson & Barnes Circus ticket sales—free elephant rides.
Wal-Mart in Marble Falls has been added to locations where the advance reduced price tickets are available this weekend and next.
The first 25 people to purchase tickets there on Nov. 7 will receive free passes for elephant rides at the Nov. 15 circus.
Elephants are an honored tradition with the nationally touring Carson & Barnes Circus.
“Isla, Isa, and Kelly, are Asian elephants, still endangered in the wild,” said Wendy Ingwerson of the circus promotion team. “We consider them ambassadors for their species and for the Endangered Ark Foundation.”
Children under age 1 are admitted free at the big top performances at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets purchased locally before Nov. 12 are $6 for children age 2 to 11 and $12 for circus goers age 11 and older.
On circus day, adult tickets range from $18 to $22 and children’s tickets are $12. All tickets can be upgraded to preferred seating for an additional charge on-line or at the box office (www.carsonbarnescircus.com).
Tickets can be purchased at the Marble Falls H.E.B. Food Store, Texas Country Bank in Granite Shoals, and American Bank of Texas, N.A. in Marble Falls and Kingsland; Llano, Granite Shoals, Marble Falls/Lake LBJ and Kingsland/Lake LBJ chambers of commerce, at Granite Shoals City Hall, 2221 N. Phillips Ranch Road, or by contacting David Holder, director of the event, at 830.832.2799.

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