WGY6@6, Ep: 067 – Our Rooster Is Bigger Than Your Rooster

WGY6@6, Ep: 067 - Our Rooster Is Bigger Than Your Rooster

In this week’s episode, Mark and Andrea welcome Chris Tice of Eagle Fire Enrichment to share his message. The music side is covered by visiting with Adam Berry, who Mark and Andrea watched live in Fort Worth, TX this summer.

Chris Tice and his Eagle Fire Enrichment were here to share the message of leadership and positivity. His goal is to guide other leaders to be better than him. He lives on the idea that how we communicate with others is how we communicate within ourselves. Much of his work and message centers around positive actions and hope. Influence and impact equals INSPIRATION, and inspiration makes us keep reaching for better.  As we do better, so do the people around us.

Adam Berry comes to us from the heart of Texas, with his original songs. Adam has always had a soft spot for civil service men and women. He wants to give back.  He claims to have put Denny’s spin on the song “Boots on the Ground”, and he donates 100% of the proceeds to Denny’s mission OPVeteran.  Denny Katona stepped in for a short time to shoot the chit with Adam, something about a butt chin.  Denny also took some time to promote his OP VetFest that is coming up in October. Adam performed his song, “Close Enough” and thanked everyone for listening.

The People’s Patriot Project has some events coming up. Mark and Andrea just got back from Georgia where they supported Adam and Matt with Feeding the Heroes, and spent time with Bobby Henline and 9 other nonprofits that help veterans and first responders.  In October, they will host veteran and first responder musicians in the Twin Cities… they will play together on Friday night, the 22nd, at a fundraising event for a local LEO whose house recently burned down, and on Saturday, the 23rd, they will share their talents throughout the day with the Ruckers and Cornholers!

WE are all about making relationships and being the communication that others sometimes let slip by. It’s about those who served, and we are here now to serve them.

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