Our first guest is Rick Horrow, host, Power of Sports TV. We’re all looking for good news and inspiring stories on television – well, look no further. The new Power of Sports TV show illustrates what’s possible when people come together through sports to uplift their local community. Monthly segments share inspiring stories of people, organizations and communities’ that are creating opportunities for youth to thrive through sports – motivating them to stay in school and prepare for life beyond the classroom.
Hosted by sports industry insider Rick Horrow, aka the “Sports Professor”, Power of Sports takes viewers into conversations with influential thought leaders to understand how different sports and business organizations are engaging America’s youth to help drive positive social change. Each 30-minute episode focuses on a US city and highlights local leaders who are creating opportunities to inspire today’s youth through sports.
The Power of Sports TV show will air on Fox Sports stations nationwide and is presented by Group One Thousand One. For More Information Connect with the Show on Twitter @PowerofSportsTV and click here for show times.
Our second guest is Rebecca Lindland- Executive Analyst, Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com, will discuss the future of the automotive world and how these electrified vehicles will be shaping the industry. Rebecca will share exclusive Kelley Blue Book survey results that showcase what Americans care about when shopping EV’s. She will also discuss the benefits of a plug-in hybrids, like the all new Honda Clarity, and the flexibility they provide by allowing one to drive in zero-emissions EV mode or taping into a gasoline engine when you need it – and much more!
Our last guest is Ken Dashow, discusses why he’s joined the new educational campaign ‘Tune in to AFib, Take Note of Stroke Risk,’ why Americans should ‘tune in’ to AFib-related stroke risk, and explain what people can do to take action, including visiting TuneintoAFib.com to take a simple quiz to help support the National Stroke Association.
On-air radio personality Ken Dashow, from New York’s Q104.3 Classic Rock station, knows how important it is for people to ‘tune in’ to AFib – he has a close friend living with the condition and was shocked to learn about the increased risk of stroke. Ken is asking people to get ‘in tune’ with AFib and encouraging those living with the condition to talk to their doctor about how to help reduce the risk for stroke. For more information go to TuneintoAFib.com to take a simple quiz to help support the National Stroke Association.