VoiceAmerica, the leader in live internet talk radio announced its support for Rock Against Trafficking. VoiceAmerica is joining hundreds of entertainers, musicians, and attendees at its exclusive album launch event at the Sunset Marquis Hotel, Hollywood, California on February 9, 2017. Show your support, learn more and join the fight at http://www.rockagainsttrafficing.org.
VoiceAmerica.com CEO Jeff Spenard stated “I met Kevin Young, Board Member for Rock Against Trafficking in late January 2017 and we had an in-depth conversation to discuss this global crisis.” Mr. Spenard continued, “Human trafficking is an epidemic in America, VoiceAmerica is headquartered in the boarder state of Arizona and we believe the fight against this appalling industry starts with us noticing, focusing, and acting on behalf of Rock Against Trafficking. We are proud to be part of the movement and will support the project and continue to help it gain awareness.”
Ryan Treasure, VP of Broadcast Operations at VoiceAmerica commented “We will leverage our content creation experience and our wide listener audience to expand Rock Against Trafficking’s reach. We believe this message is important and it is our duty to spread the word.”
On-demand Video of the Interviews will be available a few days after the event at https://tinyurl.com/j2jkrkc. For more information on Human Trafficking and How you can get involved visit http://www.rockagainsttrafficing.org and tune in to “EXPLOITED – Crimes Against Humanity” hosted by Opal Singleton.
About Rock against Trafficking
Rock against Trafficking is a non-profit organization registered with the Internal Revenue Service of the United States under Section 501c3. Its simple mission is to amplify the power of music to generate the awareness and resources necessary to end human trafficking. Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise on earth. That such an enterprise would be tolerated at all is amazing but for it to be the fastest growing enterprise demands a call to action. Under the leadership of Gary Miller, many classic and legendary stars have answered the call to offer their incredible voices to end human trafficking. After two years of painstaking effort, legendary and global superstars have come together to cover songs by Sting & The Police to raise money to fight the scourge of human trafficking. The album will be entitled Set Them Free.