Frontline Faith Founder Cheri Lomonte available for interviews at 2012 CMN Trade Show
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WOODSTOCK, GA (August 24, 2012) - WHAT – Interview opportunities with Frontline Faith Founder Cheri Lomonte to discuss Frontline Faith, a non-profit organization that provides spiritual nourishment to U.S. troops through the form of rechargeable MP3 players.
WHEN – Lomonte will be available throughout the Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show, Aug. 29-31.
WHERE – The 2012 CMN Trade Show is at The Arlington Convention Center in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, only 12 minutes from DFW Airport.
WHY – As we approach Sept. 11 and Veteran’s Day, our Active duty men and women are in need of our service. More than two-thirds of America’s active-duty soldiers are Christian, yet many go days, weeks and even months without seeing a chaplain. Frontline Faith has an MP3 player loaded with prayers and inspiration for every one of them. “Our troops tell me they are STARVING for spiritual support,” Lomonte said. “We must feed those who protect our country and our gift of liberty. The MP3 players are food for the souls of our military. I want to put a player in the hands of all those who protect us.” Your coverage leading up to these two significant days for our military will help tell the story of Frontline Faith and its mission – to distribute these MP3 players far and wide and to bases here at home. The Maximus Group can connect you with military personnel who have used/distributed these players, endorsements and any other information you need.
HOW – Contact Tim Lilley (678-990-9032 or email TLilley@MaximusMG.com) or Kelly Kracht (651-470-3854 or email KKracht@MaximusMG.com) of The Maximus Group to schedule interviews with Lomonte in advance.
NOTE – These MP3 players are among the most important and sought-after “gear” American Christian soldiers have. These tiny players truly do offer a banquet of spiritual food for the souls of the men and women defending American freedom 24/7, around the world. Frontline Faith offers players for Catholic soldiers, and for Christian soldiers of other faiths; each content collection provides more than seven hours prayers, songs and reflections.
ABOUT – Cheri Lomonte had just wrapped up an interview for her Mary’s Touch radio program. “I asked the woman I was talking to whether there was anything I could do for her,” Lomonte recalled, “and she proceeded to tell me about her son in the military. She explained that, during his deployment, he often went very long periods of time without access to a chaplain – let alone to religious services,” she said. “I remember the very chair I was sitting in … and how quickly I came out of it!” “‘How can that be?! That just can’t be possible!’ That’s how naive I was,” she added. “I knew I had to do something.” In 2009, she founded Frontline Faith as a way of providing spiritual nourishment to the thousands of warrior souls defending Americans and their freedom around the world. Her goal was simple – gather appropriate digital audio content and use it to load small, rechargeable MP3 players that service men and women could have with them at all times.
MORE INFORMATION – For more information on Frontline Faith, or to schedule an interview with founder Cheri Lomonte at the 2012 CMN Trade Show, please contact Tim Lilley (678-990-9032 or email TLilley@MaximusMG.com) or Kelly Kracht (651-470-3854 or email KKracht@MaximusMG.com) of The Maximus Group.
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