On Martin Luther King Junior Day 2012 Vitality+ celebrates the courage and idealism that Martin Luther King Junior stood for. This video embodies the wholeness, unity, love, and patriotism he fought and died for:
Come Join in the FUN February 11th from 2-6pm at Tempe Beach Park in Tempe AZ! Take part in a 5k race where the men have to chase the women & then enjoy a BLOCK PARTY for 3 hours after! Vitality+ will be there amongst live music and numerous other vendors. You don’t want to miss a day full of entertainment, exercise, & family fun!! We can’t wait to see you all there! To register for the event go to http://
The NEW BELIEVE Witness Bands will be available at the RAGE Christian Music Festival this weekend Jan 14-15 at Castles and Coasters in Phoenix off of the I-17 and Dunlap. A portion of the proceeds will benefit X Extreme Faith Productions. Come Support the RAGE Christian Music Festival by getting your BELIEVE Witness Band THIS WEEKEND! We look forward to seeing you all there!!!
VITALITY BRAND will be attending a launch party for the upcoming Chris Herren documentary “UNGUARDED“, hosted by ESPN. The event takes place in Boston, October 26.
VITALITY BRAND has teamed up with Chris Herren and The Herren Project to help those who struggle with addiction. A Biography about the life of Chris Herren “UNGUARDED” will air on ESPN November 1st, at 8pm EST.
Award-winning filmmaker Jonathan Hock has mastered the art of telling stories about the struggles and triumphs of American hometown heroes. Chris Herren of Fall River, Mass., was a high school basketball standout who battled the pressures of making it big from an early age. After dropping out of Boston College, Chris landed on Jerry Tarkanian’s notorious Fresno State team, where players were likely to be found on both police blotters and All-American lists. Chris failed drug tests at BC and Fresno State, but he was so talented that he was drafted into the NBA anyway, ending up with the Boston Celtics. But at the moment he was realizing his childhood dream of becoming a star for the home team, Chris was falling in a 10-year-long spiral of addiction. He bounced from team to team, country to country. Ultimately, Chris, the youngest and most talented of three generations of local heroes, has found redemption and personal fulfillment through the game, but only after it led him literally around the world, down a path of alcohol and drug addiction that nearly killed him.