Insight - BRUCE EMBRACES FANS, PARALYMPICS WRAP-UP, NEW BEATLES MOVIE ACCESSIBLE FOR THE BLIND - 09.29.16
BRUCE EMBRACES FANS, PARALYMPICS WRAP-UP, NEW BEATLES MOVIE ACCESSIBLE FOR THE BLIND
Bruce Springsteen’s new book had two thousand very fortunate fans at his home town of Freehold, NJ waiting for their eight seconds to spend with The Boss at the Barnes and Noble meet and greet. Jamie Sorcher (pictured), ESPN Gadget Girl and Journalist shares her experience of meeting her longtime idol. The cauldron went dark in Rio but the fever lives on as Muffy Davis, 7 time Paralympic Medalist shares just how extraordinary the Rio games were. Not only does Michelle Spitz have a phenomenal voice she is blazing trails in her endeavor in making films accessible and Ron Howard’s new documentary, “The Beatles 8 Days a Week, the Touring Years” is one of them so persons with visual impairments or blindness can also experience the Fab Four!
Have Mark speak at your company or organization to increase moral, productivity, confidence and more. Mark also has riveting talks for kids k-12 and college on overcoming adversity, anti-bullying/anti-teasing, mental health, drugs/alcohol, celebrating differences, self-entitlement and more. All of Mark’s talks are from his vast life experience. Reviews, videos, booking info and more at: www.markfarrellmotivation.com
"Mark invigorated our conference! His genuine enthusiasm and professionalism, combined with an amazing topic, made for a marvelous presentation."
Catharine Leahy - Speakers Chair Pinceton University
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