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CSRA businesses help the homeless by supporting benefit concerts

Blane Bailey has a heart for the homeless and feels blessed to have a home and a thriving coupon (Super Savers/Home Direct) and marketing business (Tranter Grey Media) for decades.

Chris Nabholz, co-host of “Drop The Dis” podcast and co-founder of Augusta Podcasts has a heart for Augusta and creatives who rock Augusta with their musical talents in local venues with local food and brews.

The Augusta Rocks concerts are presented by Drop The Dis Podcasts and Tranter Grey Media.

If your company shares their vision and want to help, they want to talk with you about sponsorship of their next concert in the Fall. They are called “Augusta Rocks.”

“The 2021 Concerts have all been donated to Salvation Army Center of Hope. We have raised $6K after 2 concerts and hope to reach our goal of $10K after the October concert, “ said Nabholz.

Bailey’s company brings two video cameras and produces a live stream of the concerts to increase the viewership and awareness for the sponsors.

Bailey is also a board member of the Salvation Army’s Circle of Hope.

“What they do is unbelievable with a little bit of money. As far as I know, they are about the only homeless shelter to take in families, but there is still not enough room.”

Bailey hopes eventually there will be another building and that the Salvation Army could sleep more than four families per night.

Guests of the Salvation Army for shelter or food never pay a dime.

The first concert was located at Savannah River Brewery.

Sponsors included:

Medical Professionals Augusta, Vinea Capital, State Farm Mike Ingham, Augusta Facial & Oral, Beman Group Real Estate, Just Jan Real Estate, Kirklands Flooring, Master Buick GMC, Southeastern Aesthetics and Matthews Motors.

The second Concert was held at Garden City Social.

Sponsors included: Powell & Associates, Augusta Plastic Surgery, Augusta Staffing, Laziza, Back Paddle Brewery, Spa Bleu, and Stay Social.

The brothers who run Augusta Staffing and Job Shop were glad to sponsor the most recent “Augusta Rocks” concert.

“We chose to support this effort due to the impact the Salvation Army has on our local community. They truly are “doing the most good” alongside those that support and partner with them. Augusta Rocks and the “Drop The Dis” podcast group stand for and promote everything we love about our hometown”, said Robert and Isaac Kelly VP’s Augusta Staffing and Job Shop.

Organizers are expecting another big crowd at the Enterprise Mills on October 8th.
Musical Performances are by Chris Noeti, Bodega Cat and Pure Indigo.

There will be performances at the next Augusta Rocks concert by Chris Noeti, Bodega Cat and Pure Indigo.

The concert is set for October 8th from 7-10:30 pm at the Enterprise Mills.

If you’d like to learn about sponsorship opportunities email chris@augustapodcasts.com

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