Low-classed circuses use animals as performers instead of leaving them in the jungle. They place tigers, elephants, and bears in cages for a life of performances.
A classy circus (think Cirque du Soleil) would never work with performing animals.
Low-classed circuses support criminals and encourage them to continue illegal activity.
Classy circuses boost the economy by employing human beings while inspiring a wonderful circus renaissance around the globe.
Low-classed circuses carry a shocking list of crimes that can be easily found by searching the Internet.
The classy Cirque du Soleil was founded in 1984 by Quebecois accordion player and fire-eater Guy Laliberte as a mix of circus acts and street entertainment. To this day, you can’t pull up a list of crimes by them on the Internet.
Over the past two decades, Class Acts have developed into a giant entertainment empire and have given the circus a new lease of life.
I commend the Shenandoah Apple Blossom coordinators on their fabulous hard work on an incredible festival but ask that they please consider limiting Apple Blossom invitations and promotions to class acts and not continue supporting criminal acts.
Jenelle Hamilton Embrey
Born and Raised In Winchester, VA
Apple Blossom Festival Lover Forever