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The Moment – USA TV

The Moment Hosted By Kurt Warner
The Moment Hosted By Kurt Warner

From the USA Network comes the most exciting reality television program of the year, The Moment. This amazing show will give several everyday people the opportunity to have a second chance at previously abandoned careers. Submissions for upcoming open casting calls are being accepted now. This is the chance for you or someone you know to get one more precious moment to live out a life’s dream!

The Moment will be hosted by NFL legend Kurt Warner who himself had to abandon his dream of being a pro football quarterback and found himself working in a grocery store stocking shelves. 18 months later he was a league and Super Bowl MVP and on his way to a Hall of Fame career. Who better than Kurt to lead those lucky people chosen to take one more shot at their dream life.

Did you or someone you love always want to be a race car driver, fashion designer, chef, deep sea diver or anything else but for some reason or another have to give up their dream?  Did family responsibilities, health problems or financial concerns get in the way of you or a family member of becoming something they always wanted to be ? This is that rare chance to take one more chance on your biggest dream and fulfill your special moment. Applications for this awesome show are being accepted now and auditions will be held soon. Leave a comment below to tell us why you want to have a Moment and go here mysticartpictures.com/ncshow.php?nc_id=50 to nominate yourself or someone you love.

Many of us have to make selfless choices at one point or another that may cost us something we want – most people never get that “one more chance” to get their dream back, until now!  Apply today and let Kurt Warner and the USA Network give you your ‘Moment’.

242 thoughts on “The Moment – USA TV

  1. I have always wanted to be in acting. I have went to classes and through a regional talent casting and was chosen to go to there nationals but I didn't have the funds.

  2. Sometimes when young we make unwise decisions. Sirs my adult son just turned 29, he and his wife are expecting their first child at the end if Sept..(a boy).
    My son has a master's in math …he purposely wanted to teach and coach. During the Years to his BA he had 2 solid years of one young friend after another (including his cousin/best friend) passing due to tragic accidents. As an adult I could barely cope, so I knew what my son (22 at the time) must have been feeling. Unfortunately he held it all inside and through the next couple years received some driving and drinking. Fighting etc arrests. Nothing a felony and no assault charges. He took a year off school, I was desperately afraid he would not return. However the High School class valedictorian, All-star athlete….pulled it together and not only finished his BA but also his Master's degree. He volunteer coached. The kids and parents alike LOVED THE WAY HE NOT ONLY COACHED, BUT HOW HE GENUINELY CARES. The Oregon state Teaching commission will not always him his certificate (they enjoy practising God syndrome) he has been paid by Job Corps to teach troubled young men….he was great but the hiring agency NOT THW JOB CORP, received his background check and fired him the day after he found out he was going to be a father. The JOB CORP has a contract with the agency but fiughtvon my son's behalf, to no avail . What is it about our society that TRULY WANTS TO KICK Those who may have made errors in life, those who didn't know how to deal with over 7 losses in less then two years, those who as a child himself was ran over by a car ….was told he would never run, never jump …but worked everyday, everyday and became not just league MVP but went in to play college ball, while always wanting to help other children who had been injured and or who had gone through the pain of loss do to death, and who worked his behind off in a very challenging highly sought after major…..and why, to become a store clerk, a parking lot attendant? If anyone deserves a second chance it's my son Michael. He fought his way back just to continually get pushed back down..he isn't asking for hand out….just a chance. Please please pick him as one of your SECOND CHANCE CARRER PROFILES . Thank you Susan

  3. My name is Darlene Long and I am submitting a nomination for my husband, Kevin, and my son, Garrett, to fulfill their dream of becoming part of a professional sprint car racing team. Kevin has been involved in some kind of racing for over 30 years. Kevin coached his friend to a championship in the late model modified dirt track class before we had kids and coached the local high school racing team while our kids were small. Kevin’s passion continued to burn. With all odds against us Kevin and Garrett decided to pursue racing in the sprint car class which is very popular in our area. Garrett was 9 years old when he began racing dirt winged sprint cars in 2005, entering the “Junior Sprint” car class. At age 13-14 he moved up to the 600cc “Restricted” car class and at age 15 he moved forward to the unrestricted “Stock” car class where he missed winning the Stock Class Championship, by a mere 3 points on the last race of the season. At age 16 he again moved up entering the “Super 600” and “Non-Wing” car classes which are the highest and toughest levels to be at in the 6500 series sprint cars, racing against names such as Kyle Larson (recently picked up by Chip Ganassi) and Dominic Scelzi (Son of Gary Scelzi, two time NHRA champion). At age 17 Garrett re-entered the “Multi” and “Non-Wing” classes for the 2012 race season but exited mid-season to upgrade to a “ASCS 360 Sprint Car”.
    Throughout his years of racing, Garrett has progressed in his skills as a driver as well as a competitor. His accomplishments include, points leader in “Junior Sprints” before selling the car mid season and upgrading to the “600 Restricted Class” winning “Rookie of the Year” in 2010, 2 wins, 10 top fives and 16 top tens, 2nd place in the 2010 Stock Class Championship (missing 1st place by only 3 points), and a track record in qualifying with the time of 10.998 seconds in 2010. Garrett also managed to attend and race at the Tulsa Oklahoma Shootout in 2010. Garrett received the USAC West Coast Sprint Rookie of the Year award in 2014.
    Garrett is fortunate to have his father, with an extensive background in automotive and racing, as a crew chief/mechanic to keep his car on the track and competitive each race. This is a huge advantage when you are an underfunded team. Although being severely underfunded and financially outmatched by his competition Kevin and Garrett have managed to progress by making the best of very little; by using
    plenty of used, bent, borrowed and worn out equipment/tires and making the races sometimes by cashing in cans and bottles for entry fees to get in the door. Our annual operating budget has never gone over $10.000 per year. Our competitors spend that on shocks alone! This is unheard of in the racing industry.
    Despite these hardships, Kevin and Garrett have kept their enthusiasm, determination, always striving for a victory and to get to the next level in racing as a career. The second to the last race of the 2013-2014 season – Garrett’s engine gave out. There have been many sacrifices our family has made to keep Garrett on the track but now Kevin and I have two daughters in college. We live in a small town and it is very difficult to find sponsors in our area. Large sponsors have not shown any interest because there is no real advertising value to offset the cost at this level. With the proper backing his talent in a race car will not be overlooked and thrown into a closet of lost memories.
    In closing, “Seat Time” is the key to becoming a successful driver and to stay up front. The cost to run a program such as ours is astronomical. Since Garrett upgraded to the ASCS 360 Sprint Car we are financially unable to get him to the track consistently. We purchased an 8 year old car and upgraded it to look current. We are running on used tires and an engine . . . well. . . you get the picture but every race we’ve entered, Garrett has managed to make the main and run up front with the leaders and not get lapped. With a family of five and a business to run, we cannot keep up with the cost of the technological advancements of the racing industry. Garrett is well aware that it takes hard work to succeed and it would be a shame to let a natural talent such as his go unnoticed. Kevin’s knowledge of motors, car set up, and dirt track strategies combined with Garrett’s driving abilities make for a successful race team. If given the opportunity – I promise this father/son team would not disappoint.

  4. My name is Shawn McMurray I would like to go back 25 years and get my Diploma. I graduated in August of 1990 they just gave it to me, I didn't get to walk to get it or go to my senior prom instead I went in the U.S Navy and was serving my Country in The Gulf War. As my senior class was in school I was serving aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS AMERICA CV-66 IN The Red Sea and P ersion Gulf. Our carrier alone dropped 2200 tons of Ordinance on
    Iraq. I was in the V-4 division which is an aircraft refueler. I am 44 years old and when I seen my daughter graduate high school in 2015 it hit me what I missed. But I would never change what I did for my country. My daughter Brittanee is 19 now and and a Flight Medic in the U.S Airforce and I am so glad she got to graduate with her senior class and go to prom. I lived my senior year through her. It would be an honor for me to have her hand me my diploma. I dont even get invited to high school reunions I dont know if they forgot about me, but I understand I wasn't with them for their senior year.
    Thats my moment I have been stuck in for 25 years.

  5. My name is Autumn Morgan andi am writting in regards for my mother Joan Morgan. My mother has always wanted to be a singer. She has a beautiful voice and a talent for playing the piano. She used to always sing for churches in her area growing up and would play the piano while doing so! At her high school graduation she sang solo and I still get shivers watching the recording. She wanted to pursue the singing career badly but her father told her their was no money being a singer (she was told from a famouse country singer that she could do it but singing Christan music is not where the money is). She always talk about how she would love to be a singer because that is her dream but she says she can't achieve that. I believe with you help you can show my mother her dream CAN come true. My mother is a single mom and has health issues so she can't work. She has diolostic congestive heart failure, disgeneritive disk disease, high blood pressure, asthma, and very bad scoliosis. Her voice is still beautiful and I know she has the guts to do it. If she had help that could show her she can!

  6. I am a mother of six, five biological children and a very special little boy we adopted from Korea. I have been raising my children (ages 5 to 25) and helping my husband pursue his career as a chef for over twenty years. I have a dream that I have held within me for many years -and that was to be a model. Not just a model, but to grace the cover of Vogue magazine. I know lots of people say they want to be a model. I REALLY did! When I'm out and about people sometimes ask if I was a model.This sometimes makes me sad, cause I think I would have been a great one if I had ever had the chance. Well just my dream thought I would put it out there. Still dreaming after all these years.

  7. Hello I'm Victoria O'Bleness a young army wife and mother of two kids (3,2). After getting pregnant right after high school and following my husbands career in the military my dreams of professionally danceing have been put on hold. Now more than ever I wish I could have the chance to chase this dream once again, I'm back in shape and don't know were to start. I would love this opportunity! Thank you so much for your time & I hope to hear from you!

  8. Once upon a time, I dreamed the dream of working for Disney at Walt Disney Imagineering.   My dreams and endeavours, brought me tantalisingly close to my dream.  I worked for the Disney Stores, and by 2001 I was ready to emigrate to the US as a legal alien (I-551), until the evening of December 7th 2001.  A day I now refer to as my alive day, a decade ago.  

    A careless, stupid and fully preventable industrial accident wiped away my dreams in an instant….   I was seriously crushed in the hydronic doors, that an operator in the security control centre at Gatwick Airport, had pressed a manual override, without seeing that I was not safely onboard the train I had previously asked permission to use.  

    Knowing my dreams where lost, did not stop my determination. I have always had a go getter attitude to life when things trip me up.  And rather than accepting the truth that my debilitating injuries, that I still have to this day.   I went to University to study Media Arts with American studies.  
    Upon reflection I still saw possibilities, chasing a hobby of mine of my youth, and along with my collage deployment in Aeronautical engineering.  I saw possibilities working and achieving my dream job at imagineering.  

    I still have the evidence of my journey, from attending Plymouth University to undertake my degree, a boy who at school was branded stupid, because of dyslexia and the poor grades I got at school because of the spelling mistakes caused by dyslexia.  
    I enjoyed pushing myself and went against the odds to study at Western Connecticut State University for my 2nd year, not only proving to myself that despite my invisible disablement.  I could achieve the goal of achieving my degree within three years. 

    I completed my degree in Media Arts with American Studies (previously joint honours, but it changed in my final 3rd year because of the extra cost's in UK education).  Pushing the odds and walking away with a second class honours degree in the lower level.  A awesome result given that all I wanted was a passing grade.  

    Whilst I was on my degree, a opportunity presented itself to me to enter into a competition to win an internship at Disney Imagineering.   I spend a great deal of time working on my submission entitled the Ghost Rider.   The Ghost Rider, was a spooky story in the theme of the country and western tales of the trucker who picked up the hitch hiker, dropped the hitch hiker off at a near by cafe and then the hitch hiker discovered the trucker had been killed ten years ago on that very same road.   

    I was raring o send in my design, the story and artwork.  Only to realise that if I won and got the internship.  I was in no shape to do the job and I realised that I would be depriving an other of the opportunity to realise there own dreams.  
    So I left it at that and placed more focus on getting better, hoping that maybe one day I might realise my dreams, if only in my dreams.  

    Last year, after over a decade of persistent striving to achieve.  Even designing a carbon neutral alternative to the the Olympic torch (that caught the Trenton of both EDF and Locog, the organisers behind the Olympic Torch relay) that was not adopted, purely because of time.  It was based upon the principals of the Faraday burner, using CH4 obtained using horizontal anaerobic digestion and a cigarette lighter flint (sparks when heated, like trick candles). 
    I got to achieve the goal of becoming a Games Maker volunteer at the London Olympic games, working for the Polish team in the Village and the US virgin Islands during the Paralympic games.  A truly awesome experience.  

    My dream of becoming a Disney Imagineer is looking more promising, as I know now I can see beyond my disabilities and my current goals are to learn Computer Aided Design, apply for the Cultural exchange program at Walt Disney World and I still tinker with ideas like a current one of Bakery shops in the World showcase pavilion, where guests could sample, enjoy real French cuisine.  Made fresh each day, in a traditional British, French, German way, style.  Without the excessive importation costs, and carbon costs.  

    One day I truly believe I can realise my dream.  I am a true go getter and I know by my effort I can active anything.  

  9. Wow, I remember watching the Super Bowl between The St. Louis Rams (was and am a fan) and The Titans. What a game and God does win and now this. What He did for so many people and I remember your heart for this woman that had a child in a wheelchair that you stopped and loved, both him and her. What an amazing person and a witness of hope that God has put together in you. Thank you first and foremost.

    Me? I do have a God given gift in sales and currently working in the mortgage business as a loan officer.

    I have been Type I diabetic since the age of 15 and my mother told me, and I quote, "It is your problem, YOU handle it," amongst other hurtful remarks. Well, I have . . . long story within itself and amazing on how God has kept me. 40 years out with it currently with minor secondary complications but it does limit me.

    When diagnosed, I was told I would be dead at the age of 40, I am now, on May 8th of this year, will be 55 . . . all because of God's grace. Diabetes has been a huge blessing in many ways.

    I am the mother of three. My son died at the age of 65 days due to complications from my diabetes, my eldest daughter was killed in a car wreck a couple of months of turning Sweet 16 and I have one angel left that has traveled this road with her mom and is doing well at the age of 26 this April 26th. I was Mom, first and foremost, not looking for a career, why should I, I was going to be dead at 40.

    Mr. Warner, I have no one (except for 7 years when I was married to my second husband and he filed for divorce 3 months after we lost "our" beautiful daughter) that has my back. Life for me has been 2 steps forward and three back due to major family issues (some of which I shared), health, and just pure off-the-wall circumstances such as breaking my leg completely and it taking 2.5 years before I could work enduring multiple surgeries, etc. I lost EVERYTHING once again. This was my latest tragedy happening in February 2008. Took me out for almost 4 years, 2.5 years of not being able to work at all. I lost so very much in the way of material possessions; however, I have gained so much in faith and knowledge. Miracles do happen, even for me.

    What my dream is, a successful career in the mortgage business. I need some assistance in becoming proficient in the business and I am struggling currently for various reasons. Would love to receive help in the most efficient way in establishing a new to the area mortgage company and introducing me, a transplant to the area. I truly feel this is where God has me to be and I know this can work but I really need someone to have my back, at least for a short while. Is it possible that it could be you???

    I have learned to take off the glasses that man puts on me and look through the eyes that the Lord has given me and see the TRUTH. All things are possible for those that love the Lord. I BELIEVE !!!

  10. My name is Glenn Beatty & I was born to act, direct and write. I trained as an actor (MFA from SMU), got side-tracked & worked for many years as a production manager & producer/director/writer in the documentary and corporate video fields. A few years ago, in a lull in the video business, I returned to the theater/film business. When I got cast in the docu-drama, "The Fugitive Chronicles, co-starring as Sheriff Bob Harrison, my wife who supports everything I do, suggested I return to acting.

    So I go back and forth between video and acting. I just can't seem to get that first decent speaking part. God gave me a gift. I ignored it and got rusty. It is only a matter of time but I am not 20 anymore.

    One of my dreams is to make my TV debut on The Good Wife as a judge. If I can get one good TV role, more will follow. I am sure of it.

    Some career/life details: I have won Telly for video for a short film I did documenting electricity coming to villages in Tanzania and India for the first time. I once directed Eli Wallach in a corporate fundraising video for the Trail Blazer Organization in NYC. Recently I acted in two plays at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersery (2012 and 2013: Henry 4, Part 1 (Northumberland) and Our Town (Professor Willard). In video, I have interviewed a former U.S. Surgeon General and a former Cypriot Prime Minister and for four years running, have produced the media coverage for the Rev. Jesse Jackson's Wall St. Project Conference in NYC. Finally, I have friends with a small leather business in India and they sell a "Glenn Beatty New York" line of leather goods with my Sheriff picture from The Fugitive Chronicles. (it is an honor but not lucrative) My wife is Greek and we once produced a NY/Canadian tour of the late Greek Shadow Puppet Theater Master Evgenious Spatharis.

    One goal from 2013 was to get five of my one-act plays up on stageplays.com. This was accomplished.Go there and see! I also have a touching short story about a clown and a little boy and a short book on Marriage up on Smashwords.


  11. After trying to balance my dream and my family and moving to Nashville, TN. My wife of 12 years decided she wanted a divorce. I now find myself renting a room with 4 (younger) people. I have two kids that are my world and part of the reason I have taken so long to go full out on my career. I have put everything I had into my career while trying to be a good dad and husband. But now find myself at 43 a little winded divorced . I don't look my age which i am told is good, but leaves me still wondering if I can make this dream come true. I play keys and sing downtown Nashville most weekends and some weeknights. I also play keys for a former American Idol member. I released my 1st EP and video all on my own. As a keyboard player/backup singer I have been in opening acts for Keith Urban, Phil Vasser, Billy Dean, Charlie Daniels & Travis Tritt. I desperately want to show my children that hard work, dedication and talent wins in the end I just need some backup to do it. If you would like to see what I have achieved on my on just google my name. rick patin. The EP and single I released is Americana Gold.
    Thanks for your consideration.

  12. I am writing on behalf of my husband, Ken who has always wanted to coach a college baseball team. He played minor league baseball with the Phillies in 1990 to 1993. He has such a great love for the game and an even better love for our family. He set aside his dream in order to provide for the 3 of us, working so hard to allow me to raise our kids. It would be great to see him realize his dream of coaching a college team. He has coached our son through Little League and even helped our 13 year son, Andrew's team make it to the Babe Ruth World Series in Williston ND last summer. I can't tell you enough how much he loves the game and coaching. He he just comes alive when he is coaching. I appreciate your time and consideration of this request and I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, JoLynn

  13. My name is Amy Ray and I am writing on behalf of my husband Mark Ray. Mark is retired from the Air Force. He served our country for twenty three years. The past few years has been difficult for my family. We lost our home four years ago, and have struggled financially just to get by. I have been out of work for two years due to medical concerns. My medical bills are expensive. When my daughter was born thirteen years ago I decided to purchase a sewing machine for Mark. He sat down at the sewing machine and made a renaissance gown for our baby without even blinking. He designed her clothes as a baby, and his passion for fashion design expanded. After he retired he went back to school to become a costume designer or fashion designer, but ended up getting his degree in retail and merchandising, so he could have options in the job market.People our always surprised when they see my husband; He has a presence of confidence, and was in the military, so this is unexpected for him to design clothing. He has won several awards for his woman's clothing , men's clothing that even included trench-coats made out of recycled billboards. He was featured in Tucson Lifestyles Magazine for two years, by winning competitions in a local fashion design contest for SAFE (a foundation to help people living with AIDS.) His brother died of AIDS two years ago and this has given him the opportunity to contribute to the cause. Mark is the most artistic person I have encountered. He works from both his left and right side of his brain. He can build a 3- D printer from scratch. design a computer, design robotics, make any wood object. He can work with metal, and designed jewelry for me which is truly amazing. He also designs amazing gowns. He can sculpture anything and is an oil painter, can draw anything form fairies to anatomy, to planes.
    When He graduated he applied for hundreds of jobs, with no interviews. He taught part time at The Art Institute fashion design, but they could not offer him a full time job. He truly loved this experience. He had to leave that job due to our family not being able to live off of part time work. Mark is currently working for a company that merchandises food at a big chain. Every night he comes home and tells me " This job is sucking out my soul." This brings me great sadness, because he has so much to offer. He needs to be creative. We can not survive without him working. Mark has attempted to work For Laika, A stop motion film company. He applied over the internet, and made them samples of his clothing. Miniature clothing with great detail, sculpture designs, etc. They never responded to him. My thought is he does not have experience in the field even though I know he can do anything, and possibly his age is another obstacle. Tucson has little opportunity for someone with his abilities. We also have an older son who struggles with mental illness who lives at home as well as a twelve year old daughter. Mark and I have traveled multiple times to California for open casting calls for project runway. He has made it to the second part of auditions two times, but has not been picked. We spent money we did not have so he could reach his dream. Mark is 52 and I just know if given the chance in something artistic he would shine. He is intelligent,and I am so proud of all he has done to serve our country and our family. Please make my husbands dream come true. I am so sad he does not have the spark he once had, and I know he feels defeated. I hope you get a chance to talk with me or my husband in person so you can truly see the potential he has if given the chance.

    Thank you,

    Amy Ray

  14. Hello,

    My name is Lusmarina but my friends and family call me Lucy. I have always dreamed about being a special ed teacher. I am battling depression. When I graduated in 2011 I went straight to a community college I was thankful that financial aid paid for my schooling to get my associates degree but after a few months enrolled I felt like I was not good enough for school and I withdrew from my classes. I tried again the next year and enrolled in classes but again after a couple months I let my personal life affect my schooling. My mom is struggling; she is a single mom with six kids. I am the oldest and I put responsibilities on myself. My mom has been looking for a job but has not had any luck. I am working to help support my family. I finally went to see a doctor for my depression and have it under control, I feel positive and ready to start my future. I know I can accomplish my dreams but I feel stuck. I do not know what to do. I want to go to school to be a special ed teacher but I do not qualify for financial aid again and I do not know what steps to take to take out a student load. I am always worrying and trying to improve my family’s lives but for once I want to work on myself and accomplish my dreams. I would greatly appreciate any type of help even if it is advice or step to step directions on taking out student loans and re enrolling in school.

    Thank you,

    Lusmarina Ventura

  15. My Name is Emily Thomas. It is my dream to become a ballerina. I am only 20 years old, but this is very late to be starting a dance career. MY Mom had MS so we never had much money growing up because of hospital bills, even so we moved so often I never had a chance to do anything for a long period of time. When I was a freshman in High School my parents divorced and my world was crushed, I became wrapped up in an eating disorder, depression and an abusive relationship. But thankfully God was waiting to pick me up when I fell harder than ever. I recently have come back to my love of dancing when I felt like God was calling me to not give up on my dream. With my love of people and dance I am hoping that I can bring Christ to the darker dance world. Although Most ballerinas train since the age of 4, With enough hard work I can achieve my dream, the problem is I don't have enough money and resources to get to the level I desire. Please help me to have a second chance at my dream.

  16. My name is Crystal Burks and I am writing on behalf of a friend. His name is Marcus Lewis. He was a high school football ddefensive secondary player as well as a quarterback. He spent two years at Arlington High in Indy in which he had a winning team. His last two years he was at Arsenal Tech where he was able to shutdown the offensive team plaking defensive and ran the ball on special teams. He is currently 33 years old and still has great agility, speed and a throwing arm. When hewas graduating, head committed to the now defunct school of Lambuth where the football coach, Vic Wallace, was awaiting his arrival. He and his father traveled to the Tennessee school and signed the letter of intent. Upon arrival back home, his father informed himthat he would pay for him to go to school and to give up his dream of ever playing football. Marcus never gave up, but he was unable to go to school as he couldn't afford it himself, his father wouldn't paying his father made too much working for Herff Jones for himto receive any type of non loan financial assistance. Marcus went the Navy and when he came back from his first tour, he came back to Indianapolis and found that his mother was I'll, storage with all of his football trophies, furniture, diplomas had been ransacked by some people he thought were close to him. He had nothing and was homeless. That was 2007. Since then he has not recovered anything but one diploma for audio engineering, but he has vowed to try to get back football and at least make the practice squad. He currently trains every morning getting into shape, hehas a part time job and he is trying tone a remodel to his two year old son. He deserves a shot at football if nothing else. He currently resides on the south side of Indianapolis.

  17. My name is Calder and I am writing on behalf of my husband, Anthony.
    Anthony is a military spouse and is also a government worker himself. My family comes from a long line of military members, and his brother and father both serve as well.
    Anthony's role as a Civil Servant has been exactly that- one of service and sacrifice. His dedication and hard work in College and through his Masters was geared towards working for a Hedge Fund for any of the big players like Goldman Sachs. His dreams of entering the currency world were put aside by the necessity to provide for our family, and now having a resume with government work has only hindered his applications to firms. He wakes up, goes to bed, and breathes in between with three motivators: 1.)Serving God 2.) taking care of his family the best way a military spouse can 3.) never giving up on his lifelong dream.

    By giving Anthony the chance to put a foot in the door of this industry it would not only be a life saver for a civil servant, but life saver for our entire military family. We would really love and be honored by an opportunity from The Moment.

    Thank you


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