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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Non-Profit Leader Orrin Hudson to Launch National “Pants Up” Tour To Encourage Young People to “Dress Like a Champion”

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Atlanta, GA — Orrin Hudson and his non-profit Be Someone organization are on a mission to launch a National “Pants Up” Tour encouraging urban youth to pull up their pants and “dress like a champion”. But that’s not his only message!

Hudson, who has been featured on Good Morning America, CNN, The Early Show, and many more well-known outlets, is also on a mission to inspire and motivate more than 1 million youth to turn away from violence. His message is simple: “Brains before bullets; Think it out, don’t shoot it out; Push pawns not drugs.”

As a former state trooper, Hudson believes “prevention is better than detention” and so he is taking a proactive approach to teaching teens. He comments, “Every move you make has a consequence, just like in the game of chess. But life is more than a game.” He emphasizes, “You must make the right moves.”

Request Orrin Hudson’s National “Pants Up” Tour to come to your city:
Organizations and school districts interested in having Hudson’s National “Pants Up” Tour come to their city can easily make a request at info@besomeone.org. The only requirement is that they make a small donation to his Be Someone non-profit organization.

Watch Orrin Hudson’s recent interview on ABC News:

About Be Someone
Be Someone is an Atlanta-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization that focuses on helping at-risk youth in the community discover their potential and learn the skills necessary to win in any situation. Since launching more than a decade ago, Be Someone has helped thousands of children prove to themselves and others that they can achieve anything they set their minds to by learning the game of chess. For more information, visit www.BeSomeone.org.

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