Monday, December 10, 2012

Introducing Buddy The Cookie...A Concert For Education

Dolores Mission Catholic School, East Los Angeles, California, the first school
school ever enrolled in the Cookies To College Program.    
Newswire.  Los Angeles - Cookies To College Founder Brent Bateman announced today that his non-profit fundraising organization will host what he is calling the "Live Concert of the Century," with a three-day line-up loaded with legendary musical acts over the past 50 years that will make for headlines around the world.

"I just launched Live in HD, my newest forty-million dollar sensation which delivers HD quality LIVE broadcast online streaming content, and Live in HD will begin to create its own new international and worldwide market.  The current worldwide distribution model for broadcast online pay-per-view content is simply missing the boat.  I've created another billion-dollar-a-year revenue stream for the entertainment and music business, and what a great way to launch this amazing "at your fingertips" broadcast network with a Concert For Education, Bateman said today from his Los Angeles area home.

Introducing Buddy The Cookie...A Concert for Education is slated for March 15th 16th, and 17th in Hollywood California, and Bateman says once he reveals the location, the international buzz will begin and it will be a glorious day for education and fundraising.

"We have the ability to raise tens of millions of dollars for education in three short nights in Hollywood.  What better way to educate, inspire, and share the gifts of music with the world while raking in millions for our deserving students and their future college and educational costs.  Music is the only reason I'm still alive and healthy today, it moves the soul, and when we release the BILL for this once-in-a-lifetime historical music event, we'll sell-out in less then a few days, and the whole world will fall madly in love with Buddy The Cookie and the movement we'll birth with this amazing concert," Bateman smiles.

Stay Tuned to Daily News Press for exclusive coverage of this upcoming 2013 Concert for Education.

By:  Eugene Field

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