We continue this series with two more business owners who give back in a big way. Erica Salter is a small business owner of a production boutique, Salter Entertainment Group, an award-winning Woman & Minority-Owned boutique media production company. Erika's resume boasts over 20 productions including box office hits, I AM LEGEND, Hancock, and The Taking of Pelham. She believes that work ethic is the foundation of any business. Her platform is Entrepreneurship, Education, and Empowerment for Young Women & Girls, and she donates her time to The Lower Eastside Girls Club Plan International USA. Find her at www.salterent.com, & www.facebook.com/salterent. Richard Wright is a retired teacher who knew "the system" had many flaws including the failure to teach children simple relationship skills. He found that children want to know what makes people like them. These skills will get them hired someday. He joined with a corporate trainer to create a free online class and game parents can use to shape how their child is perceived by others. He has been teaching homeless children these skills for years, and an award-winning documentary film was just released concerning one of his students, titled "Inocente". Another student became a movie star! You can find out more about him at www.GetMoreFries.com. Interested in being a guest? Drop me a line: firstname.lastname@example.org. And consider advertising on this show. Great rates to have your product or message in front of listeners who support small business! So tune in, call in, chat in, and as always, be inspired!
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