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Georgia Bulldog football players

This show begins with a nod to 5 Georgia Bulldog football players who are taking advantage of the new NIL (Name Image and Likeness) rule, to raise money for charity. They founded the DGD Fund, which stands for Damn Good Dawgs, to raise awareness and money for The American Brain Tumor Association, Happy Feet day camp for disabled children, The Boys and Girls Club, ALS Association, and Hillinski’s Hope suicide prevention. Learn more and donate at www.DGDfund.org. We also take a look at the 911 20th Anniversary hockey game between the NYPD and the NYFD. All proceeds from the Hockey Heroes game at Madison Square Garden go to 911 Charities. Other stories include a Porch Gargoyle in Ohio which raised $330,000 for charity. It’s Frank the Christmas Gargoyle, which has donated to the Dayton Food Bank, Crayons to Classrooms, and a Hospice in the Dayton OH area.

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DGD Fund

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About the Author: Adam Ritz

Adam has worked on a national level in radio and television since 1994. Career highlights include a Westwood One nationally syndicated broadcast with Green Day, as well as interviewing David Bowie and Peyton Manning. Today, in addition to "The Adam Ritz Show on radio, Adam is the host of Captured TV (www.capturedtv.com) as well as the video spokesperson hosting the video series entitled “Adam’s Day Out”. He is also a regular contributor on The American Advisor, a nationally syndicated radio show in Los Angeles.

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