Wow…. words cannot describe how amazed I am at this year’s Club Penguin Reveals Autism Awareness Event turnout. Hundreds of you turned up for this event, including Megg, to come together as a community and spread autism awareness. There’s no doubt that we impacted community. Shortly after the event, the CP Reveals Team’s Twitter accounts were flooded with positive message related to the event. This just goes to show how big the community is and how much of it we influenced with this event. No doubt, this year’s Autism Awareness Event turned out to be bigger than last year’s. I’d say we filled up about two-three rooms and even crashed server Iceland. In fact, NOBODY could log on for the event at first due to Club Penguin connection problems…. we legitimately crashed the server for a few minutes! Oh boy, you should have seen my Twitter during this hahaha… Every two seconds I’d receive a message from a community member related to not being able to log on. But eventually we were all able to log in and meet at the Dock, where we met Megg and continued to raise awareness. The event was brilliant. In case you missed out, here are a couple of screenshots taken by both me, other CP Reveals members and the community from last week’s event:
You may also remember that Penguin 43 said that during the Club Penguin Reveals Autism Event 2015, he’d pick a non-member and a member with the best blue outfits to be featured on this blog post. The screenshots weren’t ready when this post was posted, but they’re ready now. So this blog post has been updated. Over to Penguin 43…
Oh cool, a post inside a post. Haha!
Anyway, there were so many incredible blue outfits at the Club Penguin Reveals Autism Awareness Event 2015. It wasn’t easy to just pick a non-member and a member. Eventually, I managed to pick the winners to be featured on this blog post.
The non-member with the best blue outfit was…
The member with the best blue outfit was…
Congratulations Swagger4846 and Sonicx 1256!
Back to Mrzero3.
Until Next Time…
(Club Penguin Reveals Head Editor)
Well… what an incredible event. Thank you all so much. Also, big thanks to Megg who attended.. sure does mean a lot to have someone like you attend! See you next year for the Club Penguin Reveals Autism Awareness Event 2016!