Wheaton, IL (PressExposure) April 29, 2013 -- S.A.F.E., the Society helping people build better lives has entered into a management and production agreement with Lights On Music. According to S.A.F.E.'s founder, Steve Beaman; "This new management agreement brings a whole new level of entertainment quality and experience to S.A.F.E. Our Members nationally will benefit from more mass market exposure, higher quality live shows, and dramatically improved entertainment. This is a huge event for S.A.F.E. as we now have the professional management we've needed to expand and build awareness and involvement in S.A.F.E."
The Society conducts live shows for groups around the country speaking on the issues of financial and economic literacy and exploding myths that have been perpetuated that have the effect of keeping people from achieving real wealth. Included with these live shows is a musical program, video program, lights and Steve Beaman personally as keynote speaker. A key component in S.A.F.E.'s efforts to build a more prosperous tomorrow has been working to integrate music and entertainment with finance and economics. While many find money to be a boring topic, the Society knows that "money doesn't come with instructions" so in order to help individuals build true wealth, the Society provides those instructions through Audio Libraries, Books, Articles, Webinars & Live Shows.
When interviewed for this press release, Steve Beaman, the Societies founder said "We know that the future we enjoy is the future we create; and S.A.F.E. is doing everything it can to help build that better tomorrow for all; but it's tough to create an entertaining experience that people will want to participate in when you're talking something as seemingly boring as money. It's been done though! I mean there is Dr. Oz on TV talking about some truly mundane things and there are other shows that have made entertainment out of less than exciting topics. So we want to learn from these success stories and use that to help build a prosperous future for the generations to come."
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