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Kenny Pugh Joins Butterfly Evolution

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Kenny Pugh joins Butterfly Evolution on Monday June 3 at 8PM CST.  Kenny is a powerful speaker, advocate of successful marriages and families, best-selling author, minister and radio personality.  He is also founder of Kenny Pugh, LLC, a platform in which he manages versatile professionally delivering messages that not only inspires but transforms and empowers.  Kenny is known as a life and relationship strategist. 

“Can You Do It Standing Up” the first of many books has proven to be a best seller and becoming in high demand for singles’ conferences, church, youth groups and the mainstream listening audience.  “Can You Do It Standing Up” has spawned countless media appearances and speaking opportunities with media such as: BlackEnterprise.com, HLN, The Tom Joyner Morning Show and several others that has allowed Kenny to elaborate on his own personal choice and explain why he believes it's the best approach for unmarried individuals to take in order to have the best outcome in a marital relationship.

 WHAT’S NEW WITH KENNY PUGH?  “IT’S A.M.!” Abstinence Matters a national program launched May 1 targeting young adults ages 18 - 29 that will encourage dialog with young people of diverse backgrounds in an open-forum format that will address everyday issues affecting young people with a focus on sex, relationships and money. Through multi-city tours, “IT’s A.M.!” is dedicated to helping to reverse the trend and change the culture that an over-sexed society has had on single young adults.

Kenny states "We have the highest teen pregnancy and birth rates in the fully developed world. Grab the family, and friends and prepare to tune in.  Listeners are encouraged to call in to speak with Kenny Pugh.    

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