boost mobile rockcorps concert series hits Atlanta

boost mobile rockcorps concert series hits Atlanta

photo by steed media service

Nearly
3,000 youth from the metro Atlanta area were rewarded with a free
concert at The Fox Theatre for their volunteer efforts in the
community. Sponsored by Boost Mobile RockCorps, the concert featured
performances by Busta Rhymes, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Eve, Rich Boy and
Lil Wayne and was hosted by Nick Cannon. Budget: Sit down with your
financial advisor [and mate] and develop a workable budget to ensure
you’ll meet your homeownership goals.


Boost
Mobile RockCorps encourages the youth to take responsibility in their
neighborhoods by offering the exclusive concert to students who
complete four hours of community service. The concert series will
conclude in New York this fall.

“The
entire concept is dope,” Busta Rhymes said. “The fact that kids have to
take the initiative to do something productive for their ‘hood is
great. Responsibility is important. Kids just can’t sit around and
think that everything is going to come easy. You have to work towards
it and do things that are beneficial for the community.” -amir shaw


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