Monday, October 22, 2012
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Sunday, October 21, 2012
Yesterday, the local media in Buffalo showed up at The Tralf Music Hall during the No Bully Tour 2012 performance event to interview Karen Klein about her vacation plans for retirement, long-term goals for Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation, and why she'd like to invite the boys who bullied her on the bus to become teen advocates for the foundation.
Karen even had the opportunity to introduce the Bullying Behavior In America: Words Do Hurt CD, Volume 1 and other educational content that the foundation will help introduce in schools across America.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Meet Beau Badrick, Still Saffire, NATEKid, Testimony the Artist, Marckel Robinson, and Adam Web as they showcase their talents during a LIVE performance at The Tralf Music Hall in Buffalo, NY.
We look forward to having the rest of the Artist Against Bullying cast - Breje, The Love Jones Girlz, Norman Thomas, Ron Surrey, and Sonia & Ramon Morant - in Hartford, CT on Saturday, October 27th, 2012.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Yesterday, Kathy Sledge of the successful 70's & 80's Pop group called Sister Sledge made a surprise visit to the For Your Entertainment (F.Y.E.) store in Philadelphia, PA to show support for the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation and her son Testimony the Artist.
As lead singer of Sister Sledge, Kathy sang on popular songs including “He’s the Greatest Dancer,” “Got to Love Somebody,” “All American Girls,” “My Guy,” and “B.Y.O.B.(Bring Your Own Baby).” And of course, her signature performance of ‘We Are Family’!
Miss Teen USA 2012 Logan West joined forces with the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation to create a :30 second promotional spot during the No Bully Tour 2012 stop in Philadelphia, PA.
Miss Logan West is the Founder of United Against Bullies, which is an anti-bullying initiative started in Connecticut, that aims to empower student leaders to help prevent bullying in their community.
Too Good Road Show co-hosts NATEKid and Breje help promote the Bullying Behavior In America: Words Do Hurt music CD in the F.Y.E. store located on 100 Broad Street in Philadelphia.
The Volume 1 CD includes songs from R&B artist Marckel, Gospel rapper Testimony, Pop singer Adam Web, the all-girl teen pop band Still Saffire, Grammy nominated pop artist Beau Badrick, and Universal teen recording artist, Brejé, one of pop cultures new budding stars.
The goal of the F.Y.E. in-store experience was to showcase the artists and their music during a LIVE performance, which included autograph signings with customers, celebrity guest appearances, and more filming around the Bullying Behavior In America documentary project.
Thank you Love Jones Girlz (Sammi Sanchez, Taylor Nirvana Jones, Noni Storm Chinn, and Claire Jones) for a great performance, positive attitude, and sharing your own personal bullying stories.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Two days ago, we had an email exchange with the Facebook marketing team about launching a Q&A with Karen and posting it as a Note on the Stop Bullying: Speak Up page.
As a way to introduce the online campaign, we started filming promos for our pre-show Q&A's with Karen and the Artists Against Bullying cast.
The first "meet us at Starbucks" spot encouraged visitors to come out and meet Karen outside the Starbucks on Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, S.C., to help celebrate National Bullying Awareness Month.
Let's just say the first coffee shop destination was a hot spot.
Labels: Stop Bullying: Speak Up
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Today, we launched the No Bully Tour 2012 PSA music tour campaign from New York City to Myrtle Beach, S.C. in support of National Bullying Awareness Month and the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation.
Grammy nominated pop artist Beau Badrick used the 10 hour bus ride as an opportunity to teach his fellow No Bully Tour cast the lyrics to his hit song 'Lucky Enough'.
Labels: No Bully Tour 2012
Just a few months after video of students taunting bus monitor Karen Klein went viral, Klein embarked on a national anti-bullying campaign that launched today on The TODAY Show.
The No Bully Tour 2012 cast of talented artists got to witness the interview right outside the studio plaza window, which appeared LIVE during the show.