The MTS management company are proud to recognize their partnership with Band Together Pittsburgh and the Love Tattoo Foundation as the Community Prizes Excellence Winners of 2020. 2020 are the Communitas prizes. For particular initiatives involving charitable events, philanthropy and ethical, sustainable business practices, Community winners are honored. With their creative programs, expertise and job opportunities, Band Together Pittsburgh has been recognised to improve people’s life on the Autism Spectre. Programs include the Certified DJ Autism continuum programs, the Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival, the Drum Circles and The Autism Open Mic. Love Tattoo Foundation has been honored for its role in recognizing and helping American veterans with emotional or physical wounds who represent our country. His goal is to raise awareness and funds so that these veterans can provide the benefits they have lost to themselves. Richard Lynch spent a healthy $150,000 in love tattoo concerts for veterans.
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ABOUT COMMUNITAS AWARDS:
In 2010 the Community Awards was launched as the outgoing product of a pro bono reward scheme of the Association of Marketing and Communications Professional, a thousand-strong organization that celebrates innovation and encourages collaborations with charities and voluntary organizations, which is the Latin word that means to get together for the benefit of a society. AMCP supports Community groups as part of its mandate and undertakes a substantial proportion of Community spending.
ABOUT BAND TOGETHER PITTSBURGH:
Band Together Pittsburgh was formed in 2016 by John Vento, (Nied’s Hotel Band, solo artist) and Ron “Moondog” Esser, Moondog’s Owner and Blawnox’s Starlite Lounge, a successful businessman and musician.
Ron “Moondog” Esser has been a huge part of the Pittsburgh music scene for 30+ years. Ron owns Moondog’s and the Starlite Lounge in Blawnox, and he produced the Pittsburgh Blues Festival for more than 20 years. The Festival, during that period, netted over $2 million for charity. Moondog has also been awarded Volunteer Philanthropist of the Year by the Western PA Fundraising Professionals and he is a board member of the Autism Society of Pittsburgh..
ABOUT RICHARD LYNCH:
Richard Lynch has written a long list of country hits and chart toppers in mainstream country music from Waynesville, Ohio. He has completed an amazing 32 weeks on top of the Roots Music Survey True Country list, the New Music Weekly AM / FM Countryside List, Indie World Countries Ranking. His next 4 individuals also topped the country airplay charts with a duet with Rhonda Vincent, the recipient of the Grammy Award. “Country Music is not Country Anymore” was the Richard Album, which was top 25 on the sales list for iTunes Canada. His last song, “Pray on the Radio,” was broadcasted by Christian stations, and also entered the US iTunes song chart. “Back in 1953,” its latest edition, is the first to be released worldwide. Richard is a member of the Ohio Country Music Hall of Fame, The Independent Country Music Hall of Fame, and he is the rising artist magazine Billboard. Lynch has appeared on WSM Radio Nashville, RFD TV, Fox TV, and other media outlets.
Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources “Joe Joe.” he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.