Brad Lee Schroeder gave a live concert after gathering kids for Christmas caroling.
In the heart of downtown Golden, Colorado media personality/author/motivational speaker Mark McIntosh and Colorado native/country music artist Brad Lee Schroeder staged a “Tunes for Toys” inspirational concert at Buffalo Rose Bar & Grill. Schroeder’s tour bus was parked right outside on Washington Avenue making donations and new toys easy to deposit for Kempe Foundation and Children’s Hospital Colorado. After he and his band led Christmas carols with the children in attendance, the rising star in the national country music industry gave a live concert for the fans. Schroeder also gave away T-shirts and CDs including an advance preview of “The Nashville Session.”
McIntosh gave an animated presentation (and of course, related stories) of “How to Soar in One Four (2014)” by sticking your neck out, keeping the faith and fighting to the finish. He believes a sweat a day keeps the doctor away and that there is a potential jock in all of us. J –joyful, O-optimistic, C-courageous, K-put it all together and kick ass. He has a Daily Dose of Inspiration prescribed every day at 7:45 a.m. For further information, visit www.seekvictory.com.
The tour bus for Brad Lee Schroeder was prominently displayed on Washington Avenue.
Some of the special toys collected by Keller Williams real estate “ambassadors” who served coffee and hot chocolate while encouraging donations for Children’s Hospital Colorado and Kempe Foundation. Photos By Scottie Taylor Iverson
Mark McIntosh gave an inspirational pep talk for the holiday season and 2014.
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