Why L.E.A.D. Ambassadors are considered celebrities

Hello my name is D’Anthony Morrow. I am a rising sophomore at Benjamin Elijah Mays High School. I am going to reflect on what happened yesterday evening. First I went to the Georgia’s Own Credit Union board room to prepare for our interview with V-103’s celebrity DJ Greg Street. In the board room we all talked to coach CJ and Coach Kelli about the experience that we were having. How important it was for us to be on live radio getting interviewed by Greg Street. Also when being interviewed you want to answer his questions with confidence and to speak fluently.

The L.E.A.D. Ambassadors in the Georgia’s Own Credit Union board room

After that, we were special guest of Georgia’s Own Credit Union for the von Grey band concert. We had the opportunity to talk with them all. They told us that they have been playing together for 5 years and they are sisters. They showed us what instruments they all play also what type of music they play. Then they explained how long it took them to play the music and play it the way that they want it to sound. After that we took a photo with them and Dave Preter (President/CEO of Georgia’s Own Credit Union) before they performed for Georgia’s Own Credit Union staff.

The L.E.A.D. Ambassadors with the von Grey band and Dan Preter (Georgia’s Own President/CEO)

Next we got an opportunity to speak baseball to a celebrity DJ Big Tigger at V-103. He talked to us about how he played when he was a child and how he wished he could have played longer because he loved the game. He talked a little trash to us about how he was better than some of us.  We had a good time talking to Big Tigger. Before he left he and Coach Kelli exchanged cards to keep in touch with each other and they told him about the softball  game that will take place during L.E.A.D. Weekend at Turner Field and that he could attend if he had time to.

The L.E.A.D. Ambassadors with Celebrity DJ “Big Tigger” at V-103

And last but not least we were interviewed by the celebrity DJ Greg Street. We walked into the V-103 station and introduced ourselves to Greg Street. Then he explained to us what type of questions he was going to ask us and how to answer them. Then show time he plugged us up and we were on live radio speaking to millions of listeners. He asked me who I was and how long I have been in L.E.A.D. I told him my name is D’Anthony Morrow I am a rising sophomore at Benjamin Elijah Mays High School and I have been in L.E.A.D. for 3 years. Then after he talked to coach CJ, he asked us to say “We represent L.E.A.D. and its time for Greg Street to rock on the peoples station V-103″.