My background of Music, Marketing and 20 years of meeting with clients, consultants and viewers uniquely positions me to see opportunities to create win - win strategies that produce results for clients.
Q: What did you want to be when you were 10 years old?
A: When I was 10 years old, after see Smokey and the Bandit, I wanted to lead a convoy as a truck driver. But I also thought cotton farming was cool and traveling the country as a musician in a band.
We have all heard “Don’t Mess with Texas” as a slogan for not littering. Based on Amarillo’s recent events, I would say “Don’t mess with the Panhandle” because we are on a roll and standing tall for what we believe.
Party Drugs The term party (or club) drug refers to a variety of drugs found at dance clubs and house parties. Party/Club drugs are sometimes referred to as "designer drugs". The substances are typically produced in illegal laboratories, using a variety of chemicals. It is extremely difficult to predict their strength, what their effects will be and whether they contain poisonous ingredients.
Children can understand that people put good and bad things into their bodies. They know that milk and fruit will keep them strong and healthy but that too much of even good things can make them sick. They can learn that medicine can also be good for people but only when used properly.
Young people have reported the non-medical use of prescription and over-the counter medicines for many years. Prescription drugs include stimulants and tranquillizers / sedatives such as Xanax, Valium and Ativan. Have you heard of Opiods, Painkillers, ADHD medicines, and other drugs that can be abused. Read more here to increase your awareness.