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An Inspiring Success Story of Rock & Super Star–Overcoming Addiction To Form USBEME, An Exclusive Web Hosting Company!
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Why Is USBEME Considered The Best Web Hosting Company?
Usually, Web Hosts are those companies, which lease out to their client’s space on the server with no real support!
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What Are The Advantages Of Choosing USBEME As Your Web Hosting Company?
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Free Copy of Serenity – Whoever orders a DOMAIN will get a FREE Digital Copy Of ‘Serenity’–A sincere message by the owners of USBEME, AND PAST AND CURRENT MEMBERS OF KISS, GOO GOO DOLLS, The Runaways, Meatloaf, RATT, Quiet Riot, Queensryche and many more to make the world: Drug- Free!
Talk about Rebranding Sobriety! These guys are doing it!
Why You Should Know About The Owners Of USBEME–Your Web Hosting Company?
USBEME is a God’s Gift to 2 brothers, Rock Star & Super Star, who successfully won their battle against drug addiction. After riding the roller-coaster rides of life, finally, they were able to completely come out of their bad patch and decided to give back to the community with some philanthropic chores towards the society. Yes, we forgot to mention that their legal names are indeed Rock Star and Super Star. They changed their names to let kids know they can indeed become a Rock Star or a Super Star without getting high.
To begin with–they launched a Nonprofit Organization called We Are One. The main motto of this organization was to reach out to those youths who are at high risk of getting addiction. Motivating books written by the owners were of great help to those youngsters who were addicted. These books and CD’s were given Free of Cost to them.
The new productive life of Super Star is the best example that has helped thousands of At-Risk Youths! You can also get a glimpse of Rock Star’s Interview on LA INK.
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For Media Contact:
Owners: Rock Star & Super Star
Address: 26814 Malibu Cove,
Malibu, CA 90265 USA.
Rock Star Super Star Project: Be the Super Star of Your Life
The RockStar SuperStar Project, was founded by Kris Kancler and his twin brother Marc. Rock Star and Super Star are on a mission to teach teens that living a life without drugs and alcohol is the only way to achieve your dreams. Furthermore, Super Star tells his story and shares his message about the impact of substance use. He has been in recovery for the past five years, after a 15-year addiction to cocaine and crack.
RockStar SuperStar Project: Be the Super Star of Your Life
What is the RockStar SuperStar Project and what inspired you to start it?
Super Star: It started out as a band consisting of my twin brother and I with the RockStarSuperStar Name. It was a project of musical sorts initially. That was a band that featured not only us, but other childhood rock star heroes that we had grown up with such as Kiss, Heart, and The Goo Goo Dolls.
We constantly got them together and wrote some songs along side them to convey the sense of self love, sobriety, charity, and self respect. The band morphed into a project similar to D.A.R.E that you see in schools. It has more of a rock and roll flare.
Furthermore, I’ve incorporated it into a club base format which I believe instills values in teens about the importance of a great work ethic, creativity, and self reliance. It encourages them to go out there and pursue their dreams.
Through these clubs, we give teens the tools on how to pursue their dreams responsibly. They are springing up in schools across the country and we’re really excited about that.
What can a school expect in your presentation? What do you hope teens come away with?
Super Star: What I like to bring into these schools is the message of prevention and my own story. The presentation lasts for approximately 45 to 90 minutes. I love doing questions and answers. I share with my kids through my story the dangers of going out there and getting involved with things that are destructive.
My story conveys the importance of sobriety and going out there and achieving your goals. I not only touch on substance abuse disorder, but also bullying, self mutilation, texting and teen pregnancy.
The three focus points are substance abuse, responsibility, and dream catching/goal setting.
I tie in those things, because while we’re out there being constructive, we’re not destructing our minds by doing things that we shouldn’t be doing. I want kids to walk away with a feeling of encouragement that they too can overcome their obstacles.
I’m trying to create opportunities for them to go out and express where there might be discontentment in their life to the closest adult that they trust. My hope is that they can find the answers to some of their most difficult and challenging questions. They can put some of those things behind them, learn how to deal with them, and then go out and pursue the things that are the most important to them.
Contribution is something that is extremely important, so I love to have kids walk away with the understanding that it is so valuable to give back to everyone in our community. Extend a hand to other people that might be struggling with a disorder or a problem, so if they see their friend is being bullied, they’ll know what to do about it.
Those are some of the tools that I want kids to be able to walk away with.