April Monthly Meeting - Be Uncommon by Janine Stange, Founder of National Anthem Girl

April 11, 2019
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Graduate Hotel Minneapolis
615 Washington Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
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GBTA – NORTH CENTRAL CHAPTER
APRIL MONTHLY MEETING
Be Uncommon
April 11, 2019
11:00 AM to 2:00PM

 

Graduate Hotel Minneapolis
615 Washington Avenue SE
Minneapolis, MN
Venue Website
Directions

Sponsored by:  Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot

Keynote:  Janine Stange, Founder of National Anthem Girl

Topic:  Be Uncommon

What started with the simple goal of raising awareness for the men and women of armed services became a remarkable two-year journey of planes, trains, and automobiles, for Janine Stange.
When the singer decided to become the first person to sing the national anthem in all 50 states, she encountered unique challenges, unforgettable characters, and experiences that changed her life forever. 

Deciding to accomplish the goal was the easy part. Actually making it happen took countless hours of hard work, courage, and simple faith. 

In her presentation “Be Uncommon", Janine takes the audience along on her journey. She identifies the pitfalls that keep goals hidden in plain sight and shares 'life-hacks' to avoid them. Ultimately Janine helps others uncover their own unique life mission and be inspired to follow it. 

 "Do what you can, with what you have, from where you are.”  This is the theme of her comical, touching, and action-inspiring stories. 

Her speaking and performing range has put her in front of Fortune 500 companies and inner-city schools. From NASCAR to national news, to her weekly Sirius XM appearances, she delivers no matter how small or big the audience.

For more info:  www.janinestange.com

Janine Stange

Founder of National Anthem Girl

About Janine Stange

Janine Stange is an American singer, motivational speaker, and on-air personality. She is best known for her historic journey to sing the Star-Spangled Banner in all 50 states (lots of planes, trains, and automobiles!)- a mission she embarked on to honor our brave who embody the song’s meaning. Stange has been featured on every major television network, and national news shows including The TODAY ShowFox & Friends and NBC Nightly News. She appears every Thursday morning on Sirius XM’s 60’s on 6. On August 1, 2015 Stange set another record when she sang the “Star-Spangled Banner” every hour for 24 hours straight.

She has spoken to and performed for groups across the country ranging from Fortune 500 companies to inner-city public schools to the American Legion's Veteran's Inaugural Ball with dozens of Medal of Honor recipients in attendance.  Her passion and candor disarms and endears audience members, and when she speaks, she challenges them to Do what they can, with what they have, where they are. 

Stange connects to all ages and backgrounds providing sense of citizenship, duty, and what service-over-self really means. She works closely with non-profits that empower and give back to our military and their families. 

Tickets

$75.00 Direct Community Member Ticket

$75.00 Allied Community Member Ticket

$0.00 Memberships & Meetings
$75.00 after 12:00 pm April 8

$75.00 Guest Ticket