GoPegasus Joins Dr. Phillips Center as an Official Partner

- The leading transportation and group travel company gets on board with the arts center’s community initiatives -

ORLANDO, Fla. (June 22, 2022) — GoPegasus continues to go beyond transportation to connect with the arts and the community. Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts today announced the leading transportation and group travel company in Florida has joined as an Official Partner through a multi-year deal. They will provide transportation services for a variety of community giveback initiatives and receive branding and marketing opportunities with the arts center.

“Advancing our vision of Arts For Every Life ® is our way of making a difference in the community, and we are thankful to partner with an organization who shares our same values and passion points,” said Kathy Ramsberger, president and CEO at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. “The community giveback initiative is important in helping us connect and share meaningful experiences with kids and people who may not have the chance to do so otherwise, and we welcome GoPegasus to this wonderful journey.”

Dr. Phillips Center has contributed more than $13.65 million in value in community support since opening in 2014. These contributions go toward many initiatives like hosting free school-day performances for students across Central Florida, offering free or discounted show tickets for students and veterans, underwriting scholarships and youth education programs, presenting free events on Seneff Arts Plaza and more.

Dr. Phillips Center also introduces regional schools to the world of musical theater through its Broadway community giveback initiative. More than 2,150 students have been treated to one-of-a-kind experiences for Disney’s Frozen (21/22 season), Aladdin (19/20 season), Hamilton (18/19 season) and The Lion King (17/18).

GoPegasus Vice President Claudia Menezes said, “It is an incredible honor for our company to partner with Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. We are among the center’s biggest admirers for what it has accomplished to put Central Florida on the global arts map. For more than 28 years, we have cared passionately about the arts community. We developed ‘Art on Wheels’ as a natural extension of our company’s commitment to our community, clients, excellence and innovation. When the arts thrive, we all thrive.”

Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, GoPegasus has over 28 years of experience servicing millions of people year-round. The organization recently rolled out Art on Wheels—a program that converts luxury coach buses into “moving canvases” showcasing the works of local artists to promote the region’s rich arts and cultural community.

About GoPegasus GoPegasus is a global travel, transportation and events company with headquarters in Orlando, Florida. Setting a standard for premier service and further differentiated by offering the largest fleet of passenger buses in Florida, GoPegasus' planning expertise extends to hotels, attractions, dining, and events in its home state and throughout the globe. The company offers a one-stop shop approach for group travel and service, with a dedicated team of professionals working around the clock to deliver a stress-free meeting and travel experience. GoPegasus' team members are committed to making a difference, providing a blend of logistics planning, 24/7-dispatch service, GPS tracking and experienced professional driving personnel - all dedicated to passenger safety. When choosing GoPegasus, clients are always covered by the company's core values of Safety, Quality, and Integrity. For more information, visit Follow the company on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. #gopegasus #artonwheelsflorida.

About Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a private nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in downtown Orlando. The 698,312-square-foot venue includes three theaters: the 2,711-seat Walt Disney Theater, an amplified theater used for touring Broadway shows, concerts and other performances, as well as private events; the 296-seat Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater, a community theater ideal for regional arts groups; and the new 1,464–1,770-seat Steinmetz Hall, which transforms in shape, seating and sound to accommodate a variety of art forms and events. In addition, the AdventHealth School of Arts offers semester classes, summer camps and pre-professional productions; and spaces like the DeVos Family Room and Rooftop Terrace are popular for weddings and other large private or corporate events. Out front, the 3-acre lawn includes Seneff Arts Plaza, where the community enjoyed live entertainment during the pandemic at the arts center’s award-winning Frontyard Festival™, supported by AdventHealth. Opening in Fall 2022, a dynamic music room called Judson’s will offer cabaret-style seating for intimate, live entertainment. The Dr. Phillips Center is supported by the City of Orlando, Orange County, the City of Winter Park, the State of Florida, and generous donors and sponsors.