The River and Veteran’s Empowerment Organization Make KISStory

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KISS and VEO

Sunday night at State Farm Arena, world-renowned performance painter David Garibaldi opened for rock n roll legends KISS, painting a piece of KISSTORY, depicting KISS on their End Of The Road Tour to commemorate the special moments during their final run.

 The painting was given to 97.1 The River’s partner, Veteran’s Empowerment Organization (VEO) and it will be auctioned off at their I’ll Be There Gala in early 2020. Veteran's Empowerment Organization's mission is to enhance the quality of life for homeless veterans on their road to self-sufficiency. Since 2008, they have helped over 5,000 veterans live lives of self-sufficiency & purpose and 97.1 The River is proud to support their mission for veterans in Georgia! Get more info on VEO at veohero.org and follow them on Facebook for updates in the Gala announcement and how you can own this one-of-a-kind piece of KISStory! 

 David Garibaldi’s contagious passion and electrifying energy can turn a blank canvas into an astonishing masterpiece within minutes. Since being a finalist on “America’s Got Talent,” Garibaldi has performed in front of audiences around the world. He has collaborated on projects with leading international brands, while also being a recognized philanthropist who has raised over $5 million in the auctioning of his art for charity.

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