Ed Fit

EdFit Supporting Community and Circle Up Indy

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Circle Up Indy is excited to have had (EdFit) as a sponsor for 2017’s Youth Against Violence Peace Festival. Circle Up Indy prides itself on connecting the community to information, resources, and organizations like EdFit, which help fuel success and community growth.

How is EdFit?

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“EdFit exists to ensure our most underserved students are afforded the tools necessary to fulfill their promise and become productive members of our community.

EdFit serves as a premier education liaison and comprehensive resource supporting education, equality, and diversity for leaders, parents and the community.  We educate and empower parents on the quality school selection process.  Our modern model strategically assesses learning styles to align with the K-12 curriculum and delivery methods.  Parent Advocate Representatives and education experts are utilized to create a successful laser approach to parent choice.”

EdFit
EdFit was at Circle Up Indy’s 2017 Peace Festival sharing information with the community.

EdFit was at the Peace Festival with more information about their services and programs. We encourage everyone to learn more about this innovative organization. You can check out their Facebook page by clicking here.

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FOX 59 Sponsoring Peace Festival, Supporting Community!

Posted on Posted in Past Sponsors, Peace Festival Sponsorship, Sponsors
On Stage 2015 Youth Against Violence peace Festival

Circle Up Indy’s Youth Against Violence Peace festival was once again sponsored by  Indianapolis’ most-watched local TV station. FOX 59 has been a supporter for both of the past events, providing media coverage, emcees and the kind of community support Indianapolis has come to expect from their team.

Overcoming the challenges of a live event and sweltering 90-plus-degree heat, these local celebrities and station staff have demonstrated professionalism and a commitment to improving Indianapolis communities during the past two Peace Festivals. Their participation has been a big part of making this event a success.

Sherman Burdette emceed the 2014 Peace Festival. Born and raised in Indianapolis, he is an Emmy Award winner, with experience in all aspects of the newsroom. “Where’s Sherman” is a morning segment in which Sherman features community activities and events. He also does a consumer protection segment called “Does It Work” Wednesday.

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FOX 59’S Aishah Hasnie with Scott Teffeteller, Community Hospital East’s East Region President.

Aishah Hasnie, anchor of FOX 59’s First At Four hosted the 2015 event. She is an Emmy nominated journalist, and has also been recognized by the Indiana Associated Press and the Society of Professional Journalists. Additionally, she has a “Taking Action For You” segment focusing on fighting for fairness for Hoosiers.

For the 2017 Peace festival, Fox 59’s Tanea Howard, co-hosted the event with Dani D from Hot 96.3. Tanea is the anchor for the 11 pm NewsPoint  broadcast, one of the most popular newscasts in the Indianapolis area.

FOX 59’s Tanea Howard
FOX 59’s Tanea Howard co-hosted the event along with Hot 96.3’s Dani D, seen here with Circle Up Indy’s Marketing Director, Chris Smith.

You may have missed some of the interviews FOX 59 has done for  the Peace Festivals, but  you can always go to their website to stream all the stories.

Circle Up Indy says “THANK YOU!” to Fox 59 for their support, and their work to strengthen Indianapolis communities.

Radio One Heats Up Circle Up Indy 2017 Peace Festival!

Posted on Posted in Community Resources, Community Revitalization, Exclusive Sponsorship, Peace Festival Sponsorship
Radio One
Radio One

Indy’s Radio One Family of Stations

If you listen to The Light WTLC 1310AM, WTLC 106.7 FM,  Hot 96.3 FM, Telamundo Indy 107.1 FM, or Radio Now 100.9 FM, you’ve heard the Public Service Announcements about the 2017 Youth Against Violence Peace Festival, or the interviews with Circle up Indy staff. These Indianapolis stations are part of the Radio One family of radio stations, the exclusive radio sponsors of 2017 Peace Festival and they  brought the fire!

Each of these radio stations features a different programming format tailored to the communities they serve. Whether it’s Gospel (The Light WTLC1310 AM), R&B (WTLC 106.7 FM), Pop (Radio Now 100.9 FM)Rap or Hip Hop (Hot 96.3 FM),  there is a station for you. The most recent addition is Telemundo (Indy 19), which broadcasts programming for the vibrant Hispanic community in Indianapolis. These stations are all about serving the communities to which they broadcast.

Free Concert Tickets and More!

Their team was at the Peace Festival showing their love for the community, and giving away great prizes and gifts! Visitors won  free Meek Mill/Yo Gotti concert tickets, Logic concert tickets, Food Truck Friday passes, movie passes and other items, just for showing up for this one-of-a-kind event!

Dani D
Hot 96.3’s Dani D  co-hosted the 2017 Peace Festival along with FOX 59’s Tanea Howard.

Hot 96.3’s Dani D to Co-Host Peace Festival

In addition to the concert tickets, movie passes and other gifts, Hot 96.3‘s Dani D  co-hosted the event along with FOX 59’s Tanea Howard. Dani D has worked in the radio industry her entire life, most recently hosting your Afternoon Drive from 3-7 PM on Hot 96.3. Circle Up Indy was thrilled to have her co-host this year’s Peace Festival!

Circle Up Indy wants to thank Radio One and all its Indianapolis stations for being a part of the 2017 Youth Against Violence Peace Festival! They have truly stepped up to serve Indianapolis! Together we can build stronger communities, reduce violence and have fun along the way!

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Share a Coke with Circle Up Indy!

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Share Coke

Saturday, June 24 promised to be a hot summer day, and Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated was at the 2017 Peace Festival bringing the community a much-needed, refreshing Coke! An entire truck of various beverages and gifts was available to Peace Festival guests free of charge!

Coke ProductsA Variety of Refreshing Products

While Coke is the drink of choice for millions of people across the world, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated distributes many other products. Whatever your taste buds desire, they’ve got you covered! In addition to the Coke brand of products, they also distribute Sprite, Fanta, BARQ’S, DASANI, Gold Peak Tea, Mellow Yellow, Minute Maid, PowerAde, Tummy Yummies, Vitaminwater, and many more! You can check out a full product list here.

 

Giving Back

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2017 Peace Festival

Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated and the Coca-Cola family of companies have a rich history of community involvement around the globe. Coca-Cola has come to symbolize special times, family and community, so it’s no surprise that they would get involved in Circle Up Indy’s 2017 Peace Festival.

Over 100 years ago, the Classic Coca-Cola drink soared to international success, and today there are 300 brands and flavors  across 16 states to over 50 million consumers. In 1902 the hallmark glass bottles were introduced by J.B. Harrison in Greensboro, North Carolina and Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated was born. Based in the southeast, Midwest, and mid-Atlantic portion of the United States, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated is the largest independent bottler in the United States with 12 manufacturing facilities, 86 distribution and warehouses, and corporate offices located in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Local Opportunities

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Here in Indianapolis, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated has facilities at 5000 W 25th Street and employs hundreds of workers. You can learn more about their career opportunities by clicking here.

Circle Up Indy thanks Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated for being a sponsor of the 2017 Youth Against Violence Peace Festival, and thanks everyone in Indianapolis who came out to“Share a Coke with Circle Up Indy!”

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2017 Circle Up Indy Youth Against Violence Peace Festival
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2017 Youth Against Violence Peace Festival Set for June 24

Posted on Posted in Community Resources, Community Revitalization, Events, Youth Against Violence Peace Festival
2014 Youth Against Violence peace Festival
2014 Youth Against Violence peace Festival

Circle Up Indy is proud to announce that planning is underway for the 2017 Youth Against Violence Peace Festival. The event is slated for Saturday June 24, 2017 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Indianapolis Public School’s  James Russell Lowell School #51 (3426 Roosevelt Avenue, Indianapolis). In the weeks ahead, look for announcements about sponsors, participants, activities and other detailed information about this year’s event as all the pieces are put in place.

If you missed our past Peace Festivals, you don’t want to miss this year’s! As in the past, the event will focus on connecting people and families with resources, companies, and organizations in order to help strengthen the community. Meeting face to face in the neighborhood is your opportunity to find out what resources are available, and give feedback to the people delivering these resources. You will see firsthand the efforts that are being made to improve Health, Education, Employment, Mentoring and other key areas of concern to reduce violence and crime in Indianapolis. By giving individuals and families the tools they need to succeed, these organizations are making a real difference in people’s lives.
Show support for the community, show support for the efforts to reduce crime and violence, connect with resources, have a fun afternoon with the family, and enjoy music, food, drinks, prizes, giveaways,  and positive people! There are so many reasons to stop by and be a part of the event!

On Stage 2015 Youth Against Violence peace Festival
On Stage 2015 Youth Against Violence peace Festival

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