AC360° Editorial Producer
Hi all, we here at AC360° are looking forward to bringing you all the momentous and moving moments of the inauguration events over the next 5 days!
I am an editorial producer for AC360° heading to DC on Monday to make sure our contributors and guests are where they should be when they should be next week. It should be quite a challenge given what we’re hearing about the crowds, security and locations!
I have the added bonus of getting to see my sister, Beth Puskas, who is an equestrian instructor and jumping coach with Culver Academies, ride with her students in her second parade. They have quite an interesting story! This is the FIFTEENTH time they have participated in an Inaugural Parade – the first was in 1913 honoring Woodrow Wilson.
They make for quite an awesome and patriotic site: more than 80 students from grades 9-12, on horseback, carrying flags and marching through the streets of DC. The members of Culver’s Black Horse Troop represent 20 states and 11 countries.
We’re looking forward to bringing you the best anchors, guests, coverage and behind-the-scenes stories – see you there!
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