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Global Maximus to Announce ‘Rock 2 Live’ Music Festival Weekend, Two Days of Music in Celebration of National Student Movement Against Text & Driving

May 11, 2012

National Day of Awareness Extending Rescheduled Event to Larger Scale, Outreach!

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 11, 2012

Global Maximus Productions announced today that the Company will extended the ‘Rock 2 Live’ Music Festival for an entire weekend later this fall. The ‘Rock 2 Live’ Music Festival marks a celebration of students and supporters around the country and world in taking the pledge to not text and drive.

The Company given the additional time to prepare for the high end pay-per-view turned school fundraiser, is stacking the deck with additional top artists and plenty of sizzle. The producers are now in the process of adding additional mainstream artists making the event larger than life for the student driven program.

The Company will be providing extreme vacation VIP getaways and financial grants to the schools participating as a means to drive awareness and badly needed funds into the schools pledged to participate in the program.

The event’s additions are a result of the producers having more time to prepare for the students and schools around the country since the rescheduling.

“Having more time, we wanted to assure we had a world class event, more artists, more interaction hopefully providing a means to derive more funds into the schools,” stated Randall James, CEO of Global Maximus Productions

The Company plans to announce the final line-up new event date and times of the rescheduled event on or around May 16th 2012 once all details to the event can be fully described. The Company is anticipating a major movement larger than planned justifying the move to a two day festival vs a one day concert event.

For more information:

http://www.MusicatGMR.com

http://www.Rock2LiveFest.com

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012rock2live/05Rescheduleannouncement/prweb9499310.htm


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