Southern California Experience
Michael Kaliski, CEO, Omniquest Media
Sunday, November 9, 2008
5:00am-6:00am on 710AM ESPN Radio
Development Director, Kim Novick, comes in to talk about how the for the Tony Hawk Foundation seeks to foster lasting improvements in society, with an emphasis on supporting and empowering youth. Through special events, grants, and technical assistance, the Foundation supports recreational programs with a focus on the creation of public skateboard parks in low-income communities.
Tony Hawk Foundation To Auction 2 Custom “Hawkized” Jeeps
Custom Jeeps modified to Tony Hawk's specs by the infamous DUB shop have become a tradition at the Tony hawk Foundation's annual Stand Up For Skateparks benefit. Until now, one lucky bidder drove home in the vehicle, but for 2008 the Foundation will offer TWO Jeeps during our Live Auction. Both the 2008 4-door Wrangler Unlimited and the 2009 Commander are family-sized SUVs, and both will be decked out in the Hawk-appointed details you've come to expect from DUB.For more details about the vehicles and the Proxy Bid system, visit http://www.auctioncause.com/clientfiles/tonyhawkproxy/proxybid.htm
Omniquest Media is a fully integrated media company whose mission is to create awareness of environmental, humanitarian, and social causes through the use of media in all forms.
Michael talks to us about his project- Untitled Child Slavery Project- In an area of the world known for its beauty, there's a huge, evil world writhing beneath. Children as young as seven and eight are being sold in the very country they grew up along with his other extraordinary documentaries. VIEW TRAILER
Other projects include:
Untitled Child Slavery Project
Global Warming PSA
Not For Sale
Untitled Sudan/Darfur Project
For more trailers and information go to: http://omniquestmedia.org/