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Loretta Palacios has been promoting shows and concerts since 2003 as Loretta Represents, LLC, and now has become a non-organization 501, ( c ) (3), tax exempt. She has managed bands, booked, and promoted her own shows as Loretta Represents, LLC in the civilian venues in Hollywood, and San Diego. Freedom To Rock is reaching out to the troops with services of counseling, and life coaches. Within Freedom To Rock, the board members are vets from every military branch. We want to make a difference. Freedom To Rock was created for the men and woman who risk their lives defending our freedom, and for those who have fallen. We do this to show our appreciation to our troops for the many privileges we get to experience as Americans. As civilians, we owe so much of our freedoms to our Armed Forces. Freedom To Rock, a 501c3 non-profit organization (Loretta Palacios CEO) has partnered with The United States Entertainment Force Inc, a 501c3 non-profit, proud home of The Hopes and Dreams Project (Jerry Payne, CEO, and former USO producer). Our union will touch the lives of our military through Music, Art, Film and Services. Together as one force; we make a difference with a positive outlook for our military (active, veterans), their families, children who are critically Ill, and Children in Crisis. We also address the serious needs of the military families. The Hopes and Dreams Project uses art and film to embrace creativity, hope, enrichment and social interaction for children affected by multiple deployments, death of a parent, divorce, and PTSD. Freedom To Rock is pleased to have Raymond Herrera, a metal rock legend member of Fear Factory / Arkaea, as an Executive Partner and Freedom To Rock board member. Herrera brings in his talents, and his associations with the music industry and A-List entertainment for Freedom To Rock. Visit www.freedomtorock.org.
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