Little Rock, Ark. (November 13, 2013) — Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield is hosting a special showing of “The Engine That Thought It Could” at 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 1, at the Arkansas Arts Center’s Children’s Theatre. BlueAnn Ewe, Arkansas Blue Cross’ health ambassador (a six-foot-tall blue sheep character/mascot) will be greeting theater-goers and distributing free coloring books and lip balm.
Stop by ArkansasBlue in Little Rock or Pine Bluff to pick up free play tickets (while supplies last) for the December 1 showing. Quantities are limited. Visit arkbluecross.com for ArkansasBlue store locations.
“We are excited to be a corporate sponsor of the Arkansas Arts Center, and this special showing,” said Sara Harris, ArkansasBlue team lead. “It is a great opportunity for families to spend the afternoon together. At ArkansasBlue, we like to promote family-friendly activities and giving back to the communities we serve is part of the Arkansas Blue Cross mission.”
Founded in 1948, Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, is the largest health insurer in Arkansas. Arkansas Blue Cross and its affiliates have more than 2,500 employees.
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association is comprised of 37 independent, locally operated Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans that collectively provide health care coverage for 100 million — nearly one in three — Americans.
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