MIAMI, OK.--- The George Carden Super Circus spectacular set up the big top at Miami Civic Center to entertain families from across the Four States. Bringing along the staples you would expect to see at the shows.
"Amazing tigers, elephants, dogs, acrobats, and we brought motorcycles we've got fun and thrills for the entire family for all ages," states Roseanne Munson, George Carden Circus Marketing.
In between the tigers and elephants, there was a special message of hope for children who get abused. Sponsoring the event is a group called 'Bikers Against Child Abuse", or BACA.
"We want to make kids not afraid of the world in which they live," states Paw, BACA Member.
The group hands out coloring books and flyers with information on where children can turn if someone is abusing them. BACA members will be there to help.
"We let them know that we're here for them," states Paw.
In the past 4 years the group has helped more than 60 kids who were victimized by abusers. They will go to extreme lengths to make sure the kids feel safe again.
"We'll camp in their yard, if their abuser, if they're afraid for any reason, we'll do their home work with them," states Paw.
There are 3 more shows tomorrow at the Miami Civic Center.11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets cost between $12 and $18 and can be purchased at the center before the show. People can pick up free children's tickets at Vintage Iron Motorcycle Museum located on Main Street in Miami.