BURLINGTON, N.C. – Tim Goad, founder of Tim Goad International, visited National Agents Alliance headquarters last week, in preparation of his upcoming appearance at the company’s “Be Your Own Rock Star” Version 2.0 National Convention later this month in Raleigh, N.C.
Goad appeared on The Wednesday Call Live with Andy Albright, a weekly UStream show produced by Alliance Media Productions, which takes place each Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Goad also met with the National Agents Alliance team and Albright.
Goad and his family – Gaye (wife), Blake (son) and Breann (daughter) – have performed and spoken at the last two national events held by the company in Raleigh, N.C. The Goads will make their third straight appearance at NAA’s National Convention on Jan. 26-29 at the Raleigh Convention Center.
“I’m honored that Andy Albright would ask me and my family to join the NAA team for what will be a huge event later this month,” Goad said. “We feel privileged to be able to share our dream of helping to end world hunger and to provide for people all over the world.”
Through Tim Goad International, the Goads distribute food, medicine, clothing, vitamins, bibles and help build rescue centers for impoverished children in more than 100 countries. They reach out to at-risk children and mothers in some of the most impoverished communities in America with programs of evangelism, leadership, life skills, character building and parenting skills. Goad has become a very sought after speaker for many huge corporations throughout the United States and other countries. He has performed in front of millions of people (including Mother Teresa, President Ronald Reagan, and President George H.W. Bush).
“Tim Goad has made a difference for the National Agents Alliance team in the last two years,” Albright said. “His family has truly made things better for so many others less fortunate people and we are proud of his efforts across the globe. We’re happy that the Goads will be able to attend our national convention later this month.”
Tim travels the United States and other countries spreading hope for the hurting, through music, and speaking. He has been very instrumental in helping relief efforts in Haiti. He just helped build a medical clinic in Haiti, and continues to send food, clothing and vitamins. Goad received the 2010 Children’s Charity Award at the National Charity Dinner in Washington, D.C.
For more information on the Goads, please visit http://www.TimGoad.com.