Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ear Candy

We here at RCPM Inc. are strong supporters in music education for our youth. Learning to play an instrument provides a child with a more comprehensive education and some studies have shown music education even helps students in other academic areas such as math. And on top of all that, a lot of kids think it's fun! You never know which youngster out there just learning how to play an instrument will be the next Roger Clyne, PH Naffah, Steve Larson or Nick Scropos.
The non-profit Arizona group Ear Candy Productions is dedicated to creating, developing and sustaining youth music programs. Part of that effort includes helping put instruments in the hands of children in our schools, camps and other youth organizations.
Right now, and running through January 23, Ear Candy will be holding an instrument drive. Got a guitar in your basement that you thought about learning how to play at one time but never got around to it? Donate it and any other new or gently used instrument to Ear Candy so that a child can experience the joy of learning an instrument and the powerful influence of music.
Roger is a big supporter of this drive and will be donating some of his own gear. All instruments donated will directly benefit children in YOUR community.
For more information on this worthy event and locations where you can donate an instrument, or for information on how you can help even if you don't have an instrument, you can go to


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Thanks everyone for your support and checking out this great cause.


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