On today’s show, Justin Spencer of Recycled Percussion & Legacy X and I talked about Recycled Percussion, Legacy X, and Bully X.
On Saturday, March 22, 2014, Legacy X will take a monumental stand against negativity by building the world’s largest anti-bullying sign with the first ever Bully X event in the Nevada desert at the Dry Lake Bed in Jean, Nevada. Designed to spread the message of the power of words, Bully X transcends all ages, races, geographical boundaries and gender. Bully X will be a day consisting of messages of inspiration, entertainment and the unveiling of the world’s largest red “X” which will become a symbol of hope against bullying throughout the world.
Make sure to check out the Show 16 video archive below.
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Justin Spencer of Recycled Percussion & Legacy X
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