On Friday, March 21, 2014, Progressive Music’s Mark Despotakis appeared on Mon Valley radio station WEDO with Laura Abbott, Manager of Policy Projects at The Education Policy and Leadership Center. The appearance on Two Rivers, Thirty Minutes highlighted music and arts education advocacy activities happening in March.
As you’ll hear on the podcast, it’s easy for you to be an advocate too. Here’s a few valuable resources to learn how to become an adovcate in your community.
About Progressive Music
Progressive Music is a business with a mission to enrich the quality of life serving as a cultural and community center for all who make music for a living or personal enjoyment, regardless of age of ability. Progressive Music is the link between the public and suppliers of quality musical merchandise. The Progressive Music staff are professionals whose expertise assist, guide, and motivate people in the selection of music industry products as well present music education to the public through lessons, seminars and advocacy. Progressive Music is committed to their products with an experienced and knowledgeable service center. To learn more, visit www.progressivemusiccompany.com or visit Progressive Music on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.