|Published:||Nov 25, 2012 7:27 AM EST|
|Updated:||Nov 25, 2012 7:27 AM EST|
Fort Myers, Fla. -- Weekend Morning Reporter Megan Contreras had the pleasure of experiencing The World's Largest Circus Under The Big Top. Sunday will mark the final day of the Cole Bros. Circus in Southwest Florida.
Hundreds of circuses have come and gone since the mid-1800s. Circuses large and small, carried by horse-drawn wagons or on dozens of railroad cars, three-ring circuses and dog-and-pony shows alike crisscrossed the North American Continent bringing entertainment to the public. Cole Bros. Circus remains the only circus to have survived a century still appearing much as it did over one hundred years ago under the Big Top. Since 1884, three generations of Americans have thrilled to the sights, smells, sounds and feats of skill that typify the Cole Bros. Circus. The Cole Bros. trademark has enjoyed longevity because it represents value and integrity to the American public. Today, the Cole name continues to signify quality family entertainment that has captivated million of Americans.
For more information, visit http://www.gotothecircus.com/
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