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Bishop Darius Ashlock- Give Me A Minute

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GIVE ME A MINUTE MOVEMENT – OUTLINE I. Introduction – Hello!! We are excited to be hosting our 1st annual Give Me A Minute Movement event. Founded and created by the vision of Bishop Darius Ashlock, this amazing, incredible, and innovative event will take place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas. It is projected to occur sometime this coming September or October. II. Purpose – This movement is truly an inspiring and unique event that will celebrate men of all ages and backgrounds to really just take the time to thank them for all of their hard work as men. The Give Me A Minute Movement will create a powerful atmosphere with a day full of development that encourages men to engage in mind-provoking, challenging, and skill-building activities. III. Innovative Event - The Give Me A Minute event is a Guinness Book Of World Records, making our event very special and innovative. We are anticipating 72,000 men of all ages to be in one place to be celebrated. We promise to deliver a day full of excitement in one of the NFL’s largest Football Stadiums and participate in its first ever all-men’s event at the AT&T Stadium, Home of the Dallas Cowboys. IV. Speakers – We have an amazing line up of speakers including: Mayor of Dallas Texas Mike Rawlings, Legendary Motivation speaker Les Brown, Robin Petgrave, Harold Helm and many more. We are thrilled and excited to hear the message of these men of God and the lives that these speakers will impact is priceless. V. Fundraising - We are not only going to celebrate men for their hard work but we are also going to use this event to fundraise for wonderful and amazing organizations such as Genesis Women’s Shelter, Letot Center, Dallas Women’s Foundation, Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum, East LA Women’s Center and a few more. These wonderful organizations are dedicated to empowering women and children, to help others become better people,