Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey has partnered with Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity to help paint murals on truck trailers used to carry construction materials to job sites.
Local artists took part in sketching and outline the design for local volunteers to paint on each trailer that stays true to Habitat's message of “home” while incorporating inspiration from the upcoming all-new Ringling Bros. spectacular, “Built To Amaze!”
Ringling Bros. Clown Alley members then performed for all the volunteers and kids to enjoy. Habitat for Humanity will also receive 100 tickets to the brand new show for their partner families from local HFH neighborhoods.
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