2nd Chance TV Show & Production Creating a Meeting Point for Helpers and Those in Need

Getting much-needed help in the world today can be quite challenging. Many people need help but have no idea where to seek that help from. Power couple Paul and Tiffany Nutall joined forces to create a platform that spotlights underprivileged individuals who need any form of help. 2nd Chance TV Show & Production Inc.’s mission is to tell the stories of people who need representation and help with clearing obstacles in the way of their health, success and wholesomeness. Paul and Tiffany both have a common passion for giving back to society, and TV shows help them get that done effectively and on a large scale.

2nd Chance TV Show & Production as an entity has multiple media offerings, which include 2nd Chance Saves Lives, Forgotten Prisoners, and 2nd Chance Radio Show. The 2nd Chance Saves Lives TV show casts the spotlight on minority and culturally diverse individuals who need help with shelter, legal aid, organ transplants, drug and rehab help, stem cell therapy treatments, disaster recovery, child and foster care services, employment, financial help and a host of other needs. 2nd Chance TV Show & Production operates on the belief that everyone, at one point in their lives or the other, faces challenges and may need assistance with getting over them. Thus, the production company serves as the link between those who need help and those who want to offer help.

In the founders’ words, “Our work is a small example of what the world can be when action is turned into positive actions and results within a global community.”

The company sets itself apart by not being just another media production company. It is dedicated to lending a helping hand to people in need and giving their voices the spotlight to tell those important stories. Paul and Tiffany Nutall believe they do not need to wait for government or charitable organizations to meet people’s needs. The couple seeks out people who have lost hope of ever getting help and delivers the help they desperately need.

The motivation to establish 2nd Chance TV Show and Production Inc. came from Paul’s difficult life growing up. In 2014, the idea to help fallen Hollywood celebrities came to him, which he implemented. After meeting Tiffany two years later, she convinced him to shift the company’s focus on people worldwide rather than just celebrities. The 2nd Chance Saves Lives TV show has enjoyed massive success since it premiered, and the couple anticipates more years of success and spin-off shows. They have other shows named 2nd Chance Saves Forgotten Prisoners and 2nd Chance Radio TV Show in the works alongside plans to franchise the show to every country so that the world can benefit from the programs.

Paul and Tiffany Nutall are dedicated to using their platform to inspire, influence, and motivate the younger generation to chase their dreams while encouraging them to seek help when they need it.

Learn more about 2nd Chance TV Show & Production Inc.’s 2nd Chance Saves Lives show on the official website

Isaac Lee Montgomery on Living Boldly and Overcoming Barriers

Isaac Lee Montgomery is living proof that everyone can choose to be whomever they want to be if they work hard enough to achieve their goals, regardless of the many barriers the world offers. Despite having been diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDD NOS), which is a type of autism, he has risen above it and shown the world that he is more than able to live an exceptional life filled with color and excitement. Choosing to pursue his destiny boldly, he identifies as a transgender male, or FTM (female to male). 

After having been diagnosed with autism  at four, Isaac Lee Montgomery’s first experience at overcoming what many perceive as a barrier was learning to manage his PDD NOS. He attended speech therapy, which led to his interest in American Sign Language (ASL). As a young child, he became fascinated with his neighbor’s deaf brother and wanted to understand what it was like to be in his shoes. His special interest in deaf culture sparked his current passion and initiative, which involves pitching a cartoon that revolves around a deaf main character. 

His animated show is about a deaf girl who moves into a new town. She comes across an object that transports her to another realm, where she gets to live out her mother’s past with a twist. Isaac also wishes to highlight the project’s music that will put emphasis on character development and world-building. Additionally, he intends to feature ASL and his version of the Artistic Sign Language. In doing this, he hopes to create massive awareness of the beauty of sign language, including Black Sign Language and British Sign Language. 

His main character is a deaf person of color. Depicting these diverse and interesting characters is his way of educating viewers on the different perspectives of people and their personal journey in life. One of the present challenges he is facing is finding the right partners who would be willing to give life to his ideas. But there is no stopping Isaac, who is committed to expressing his special interests and perspective in life. If he gets denied by major mainstream networks, he moves on to the next one.

Currently, he is a third-year Film and Media Arts student at Cleveland State University, where he is honing his acting and directing skills. While his main objective was to prepare for acting, he has been told time and time again that his creative ideas are remarkable. This prompted him to pursue both acting and directing. 

Completing his studies is not without any difficulties as he is also transitioning. To finance his upcoming surgery, on top of working to make a successful story pitch for his animated idea, Isaac had to work three jobs: as a secretary for a testing center, a delivery driver, and a restaurant host. When he gets free time from school and work, he creates cosplay costumes and goes to cosplay conventions with his friends. 

As a promising storyteller in the making, Isaac is bound to do phenomenal things in his lifetime, giving a voice to the voiceless and sharing the stories that people ought to learn about. As he shows the world that everyone can live colorful and exciting lives no matter what their circumstances may be, there is no doubt that he will inspire more people to pursue their dreams and passions confidently. 

Follow Isaac Lee Montgomery on Instagram for updates on his latest projects. 

Rising Star The Black Bon Jovi Aka The Cancer Killa Uses His Influence to Elicit Positive Change For Cancer Survivors Everywhere

Cancer has ravaged so many lives all over the world. The disease has become such a bane in our existence, taking away the lives of many of our loved ones. For cancer survivors, their road towards success has never been easy, and despite overcoming the debilitating disease, their morale often dwindles as their fight rages on. It is extremely important to have a strong pillar of support as a Cancer survivor. Fortunately, Dominic “The Black Bon Jovi” Smith, a.k.a. The Cancer Killa, is here to give survivors all the support that they deserve.

“My people’s mission is to raise donations which will provide funds towards treatment and services for cancer survivors and their families, especially for those without insurance,” explained The Black Bon Jovi. “The unfortunate circumstances of cancer survivors dictate that we all join forces in the fight to eradicate this horrific disease,” he eloquently added.

The supreme driving force and motivator for his group’s fundraising efforts stem primarily from the devastation that cancer has caused in the lives of too many victims and survivors. Many of their family members have lost their lives as a result of cancer. So, they have banded together to make sure that no one has to ever go through the pain that they went through.

A recording artist by profession, The Black Bon Jovi founded his own cancer-fighting kickball team called The Cancer Killa. Through his foundation, he aims to create awareness and gather funds to help cancer research. In line with his advocacies, he has hosted events in various countries to promote awareness and raise funds across the United States, South America, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

He is affiliated with the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club, has work together with them to launch off the 3rd Annual Cancer Survivor Celebrity Kickball Tour on June, 5 2021, at Dodgers Dreamfield, a field owned by the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are also key benefactors of the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club. As the LA Rams and Chargers are hosting Super Bowl LVI at the SoFi Stadium, there should be a plethora of opportunities for The Black Bon Jovi to spread his message across these segments by the second quarter of 2022.

Present at the Cancer Survivor Celebrity Kickball Tour were Andre Reed Nfl Hall Of Famer ( Buffalo Bills ) , Uchenna Nwosu ( Nfl La Chargers) , Dion Jordan (NFL San Francisco 49ers) Waah Dean Jr ( Ruff Ryders) , Jay Bape ( President Of Grabba Gang) , S. Ling Wu from the American Cancer Society, Fredia “The Cheetah” Gibbs, who is the Women’s Kickboxing World Champion, and Sgt Luq Watkins , Rashad Sharif , Alfonso Alfaro from LAPD and Richard De La Cruz the Hottest Sports Photographer from 35 RAW, who was the one to capture each lasting moment.

The fundraiser tour was prominently sponsored and supported by massive brands such as AT&T and many more. Ultimately, this event has been a great way for the youth and the community to come together and foster new friendships for a good cause. 

As a recording artist, The Black Bon Jovi is a cut above the rest. His music always manages to connect with society as his powerful lyricism speaks about the deep issues that are happening all around us. His most recent track, “Look What You Done,” featuring Jose Guapo and Chuckie D, talks about the violent injustices that the Black community continues to suffer to this very day.

As a musician, he has managed to work with many notable artists in the industry. He has had the opportunity of collaborating with Trina, an American rapper dubbed as one of the most consistent female rappers of all time. 

Overall, The Black Bon Jovi is in a league of his own. He is a recording artist who has successfully balanced his artistry and his philanthropy, bringing new ways to express himself and help the many people around him. He is truly an inspiration to us all, and it’s only a matter of time before massive success will truly find him.

To know more about The Black Bon Jovi, make sure to visit his official website. You can follow him on Instagram and Twitter. You can also email him for inquiries on speaking engagements or performances.

 

Berge Abajian: Disrupting the Jewelry Industry One Gem at a Time

Being unique and innovative in any industry can be a daunting and nearly impossible task. It can be tempting to get inspiration from competitors, especially when they have immediate and overwhelming success. However, doing as others do isn’t always the most prosperous path. Berge Abajian, the President, CEO, and Head Designer of Bergio International (OTC PINK: BRGO) understands this more than most.

Berge founded his brand in 1995, but that isn’t where his story begins. He is a third-generation jewelry manufacturer, and his family’s business in jewelry dates back to the 1930s. “We were manufacturing and designing jewelry in the Old City of Jerusalem, and we had one of the most significant manufacturing operations in Manhattan,” says Berge. He took over the family business and brought the company’s profits to unprecedented heights.

Bergio International isn’t like most other companies in the jewelry industry. It prides itself on its unique pieces and never follows jewelry trends. “When I create a new collection, I make sure that each piece is special and has never been made by anyone else,” explains Berge. The company not only heavily focuses on individuality, but also standards. “At Bergio, we like to lead the way in the jewelry industry, and we make sure that all of our pieces are of the highest quality.”

Bergio also became public, which has quickly risen to one of Berge’s most successful decisions as a business owner. “I felt that this was the only way that I could go as a designer in order to reach out to the equity market– and it has been very, very successful for us,” Berge says.

The success hasn’t stopped there. Recently, the company acquired Aphrodite’s, a fast-growing jewelry e-tailer. The acquisition took place in February, but just seven weeks after, the company’s profits jumped a whopping 43.3%. Bergio decided to keep the ball rolling and acquired another company called GearBubble, an e-commerce fulfillment platform that helps their B2B customers sell products on sites such as Etsy, Amazon, and so on. The acquisition will be finalized on July 1, 2021. These two acquisitions combined will likely bring in millions of dollars in revenue for Bergio International.

Bergio’s undeniable success hasn’t come without trying times. Berge created the Yellow Diamond collection and the semi-precious stone collection, which both brought about numerous nay-sayers. As challenging as it was to lack support from the public and others, Berge pushed on– and fortunately he did. One of those collections turned out to be one of his most successful creations. “I took many bold steps that other designers don’t make because they like to follow,” Berge says. “I learned to express myself the way I feel without any fear.”

Although Berge is dedicated to his brand, he is aware of the importance of disconnecting from work. He knows that sticking to your values and also taking care of oneself is key to running a successful business. Nothing is more important to his success than his family. “If you have strong support from your family, you can succeed as long as you have your vision,” explains Berge. “I’m blessed with a good family that always supports what I want to do, my overall vision, and my goals for the future.”

Berge knows that what he is doing is working and he wants to make his mark on the jewelry industry. “I want to leave behind my sense of bold designs and my forward-thinking,” he says. “I move and look forward at all times and never look back.”