18-Year-Old Guinness-Record-Holder Capri Everitt to Sing 7 National Anthems, Inc. Ukraine, at Dallas Cup, American’s Largest Soccer Tournament

 Capri Everitt, 18-Year-Old Vancouver born, LA-based pop sensation & Guinness World Record Holder, will be performing 7 national anthems, including Ukraine, Poland, Denmark, Mexico, New Zealand, Canada & USA at the 2023 Dallas Cup in Dallas, Texas, USA, April 4-5, 2023, the oldest and most prestigious international youth soccer tournament in the United States.

Capri Everitt, an 18-year-old singer from Vancouver, Canada, but now based in Los Angeles, burst onto the music scene at the young age of 12 when she set a Guinness World Record performing Around The World In 80 Anthems. Capri sang 80 national anthems, in 80 countries, in 41 different languages to raise money and awareness for orphaned and abandoned children. With her incredible talent and unforgettable voice Capri was featured in over 100 global news articles around the world and a documentary was narrated by Emmy award-winning Shark Tank personality, Daymond John.

And now, with her captivating performances, heartfelt lyrics and angelic vocals, and being one of the most exciting young artists in the LA music scene today, The Dallas Cup, the largest under 18 soccer tournament in the world, knew they found the perfect performer for their massive 3 day tournament. Capri is both thrilled and proud to sing the national anthems for each international team at their tournament on April 4 to April 5. Needless to say, Capri is obviously a global talent that can be featured at any event, anywhere, around the world.

The Dallas Cup is an annual international soccer tournament for invited youth teams and the largest of its kind in the world. The tournament was established in 1980 and is held in Dallas, Texas with FC Dallas serving as its host club. Venues used for the tournament include the Cotton Bowl and Toyota Stadium. The Dallas Cup includes divisions ranging from U-12 to U-19 in the Boys’ tournament and U-15 through U-19 in the Dallas Cup Girls’ Invitational presented by Mary Kay, which features girls’ age groups.

Despite her young age of 18 now, Capri is making a name for herself in the music industry. She began singing at the age of 5, and has been performing ever since. Capri’s unique sound blends elements of pop, R&B, and soul, and her powerful vocals have earned her a legion of fans around the world.

Capri’s debut single, Not Your Toy, was released in 2021 and immediately caught the attention of music fans and critics alike with well over 1 million views on YouTube. The song’s catchy melody and empowering feminine lyrics struck a chord with listeners, and it quickly became a viral hit on social media. Since then, Capri has continued to release new music and collaborate with other artists, cementing her place as one of the most exciting rising stars in the industry with new upcoming releases like Wonder (coming May 2022).

Capri’s music has already earned her a loyal following on social media, with fans eagerly anticipating each new release. Her live performances have also been praised for their energy and emotional depth, having toured the UK with Max and Harvey in 2021 and she has been invited to perform at a number of high-profile events and venues around the world including The Apollo in New York City, Carnegie Hall, Marseilles Opera House, Nationals Park, Washington, DC and many more.

For more information on Capri and her music, please visit her website at www.CapriEveritt.ca or follow her on her socials everywhere @caprieveritt.

Kerrie Ann
Manager/Publicist for Capri Everitt

80 Anthems Productions
Kerrie Everitt



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PM commends 106-year-old Shyam Saran Negi for exercising his vote

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has praised 106-year-old Shyam Saran Negi, for exercising his right to franchise for the 34th time. 

The Prime Minister tweeted: 

“This is commendable and should serve as an inspiration for the younger voters to take part in the elections and strengthen our democracy”

This is commendable and should serve as an inspiration for the younger voters to take part in the elections and strengthen our democracy. https://t.co/J4LvuNo92x

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 2, 2022



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NFTE Names 18-Year-Old Josh Kreuger of St. Louis Top Young Entrepreneur of 2022

Teen entrepreneurs from across the U.S. competed for $18,000 in prizes at the 17th annual National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge

NEW YORKOct. 14, 2022PRLog — Global nonprofit Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) celebrated Josh Kreuger, 18, as the winner of last night’s 17th annual National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge, presented by the Citi Foundation and Ernst & Young LLP (EY US), with additional support from American Student Assistance. Forty regional champions traveled to New York to compete in the Oct. 13 pitching competition. After a series of elimination rounds, three national finalists took the stage at 787 Seventh Avenue to pitch their businesses to a panel of VIP judges in front of a live audience.

Kreuger, a student at South Technical High School in St. Louis, took first place with his business MODRN Media, a digital marketing agency that trains and employs content creators while offering budget-friendly video production and social media management services to small businesses in the same community. He was awarded $10,000 plus a 45-minute mentorship session with Daymond John, The People’s Shark and the founder, CEO and president of FUBU, a $6 billion hip-hop apparel company.

Of his plans for the money, Kreuger said, “I’ve considered investing it, but if I do spend it, it’s going to be on equipment and a space I can use to train content creators and inspire people who are where I was five years ago.”

Both runners-up were each awarded $2,500. Thomas Vo, 17, from Nimitz High School in Irving, Texas, presented his business Reheats, which makes electric heated gloves for construction workers and other cold weather workers. Abhinav Gorrepati, 14, from Silver Creek High School in San Jose, California, presented CredX, an online educational platform that encourages financial literacy in teens through engaging lessons. An additional $3,000 in prize money was distributed during the semifinal round and at last night’s presentation. The students can use their awards to grow their businesses or further their educational goals.

“In a time when innovative thinking is the new economic currency, the entrepreneurial mindset of our young competitors shines bright,” said Dr. J.D. LaRock, NFTE’s president and CEO. “From biodegradable drug-detecting napkins to 3D-printed eyeglasses, this year’s business ideas stand as examples of how our students are engaging in new technologies, environmentally sustainable solutions, and social entrepreneurship. Congratulations to Josh and NFTE’s 2022 class of young entrepreneurs for seeing problems as opportunities for innovation.”

The final round judges were Vladimir F. Galiothe, Managing Director of Equity Derivatives Trading at Citigroup; Alexis Jeffries, Director, Head of Business Product Marketing at Glassdoor; Amanda F. Loyola, Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company and NFTE Class of 2008; Dr. Lamell McMorris, Principal and Head of Policy, Regulatory and Government Relations at Edward Jones; and Alysia Steinmann, Metro New York Office Managing Partner at EY US.

Eleven-year-old Josiah Israel of Miami was also honored with the $500 Daniel Treanor Memorial Award presented to a NFTE student who has overcome a significant physical or health-related challenge.

“For many years, Citi and the Citi Foundation have been committed to creating pathways for young people to unlock their professional potential and our longstanding support for NFTE is one of the ways we’ve brought this to life,” said Brandee McHale, President of the Citi Foundation and Head of Citi Community Investing and Development. “This year’s winners join an illustrious group of inspiring young entrepreneurs who are changing the status quo before our eyes, and we can’t wait to see how they will continue to positively shape the future.”

“As the future of work continues to evolve in unpredictable ways, young people who actively draw on the entrepreneurial mindset will be well positioned to adapt, adjust and succeed,” said Erika Patterson, EY Americas Corporate Responsibility leader. “Whether they start their own companies or bring their creative thinking to other jobs, these young innovators will excel, and EY US is honored to be part of their journey.”

About NFTE

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) ignites the entrepreneurial mindset with unique learning experiences that empower students to own their futures. A global nonprofit founded in 1987, NFTE provides high-quality entrepreneurship education to middle school, high school, and postsecondary students. NFTE brings the power of entrepreneurship to students, regardless of family income, community resources, special needs, gender identity, race, or ethnicity. Visit nfte.com (https://www.nfte.com/) to learn more.

26-Year-Old Entrepreneur Ian Mullins is Transforming the Way Businesses and Individuals Communicate, Listen and Share Information Online

The most forward-thinking Internet Marketing Individual. “We want to transform the way businesses communicate, listen, and share information online.” – Ian Mullins

Ian Mullins, the owner, and founder of Future Online Solutions has been an entrepreneur since his early days in High School. He does have quite the story when it comes to his whereabouts growing up.

Though he was born in Connecticut, living there for a few years while his father worked in International Finance in Tokyo. He moved to Tokyo to join his father at the age of four and lived there for 8 years. After that, his father’s job brought his family to Hong Kong where Ian spent a few months there before getting diagnosed with ADHD which led to trouble in school. Ian then moved to a few different schools in a few different states including California, Utah, and then finally a strict boarding school in Montana where he finished up his high school career with a 4.0 and a full semester of college credits already under his belt.

While in Montana he started his first dot com company where he managed different musicians and marketed many underground artists online through his first website. Music is a passion of his since he has been able to play 6 different instruments since his elementary school days.

Since Ian had multiple academic scholarships to many prestigious universities he decided to attend the University Of Denver for his first semester. He didn’t attend class very often and actually skipped all of his final exams but was lucky enough to transfer to Indiana University for the Business and Information Technology program. This is where he really dived into coding and the understanding of communicating online through different mediums. He lasted about two years before he decided to drop out and finally decide to fully follow his entrepreneurial spirit.

His passion for music led to his second company where he set up live concerts at different venues in Hong Kong and finally setting up his first music festival in Hawaii called The Paradise Music Festival. All the while he was developing his marketing skills in social media, search engine optimization, graphic marketing, and other forms of advertisement.

After one of his concerts took a turn for the worse in Hawaii due to land permits, his concert promotion credibility was ruined on the islands and he decided to move back to Indiana and then to West Palm Beach, FL where he continued building websites and marketing for other companies as a freelancer and honing in on his skills for about 3 years.

At the end of 2019, he decided to make a bold move to North Carolina where his immediate family was living at the time, and jumped into the Fitness Industry and started a fitness franchise called Fitness NC. There are now 5 locations throughout North Carolina and this company is on the rise due to his marketing skills and business mindset. He plans to franchise the company sometime in 2022.

For most, it would seem that managing a fitness franchise would be enough but for Ian Mullins, there are never enough projects or businesses he seems to have his hands in. This is when he decided to finally start his own digital marketing firm: Future Online Solutions. While still in the early stages of the company’s life his pursuit and determination have helped him and his team to take this company to the forefront where they plan on completely changing the way businesses view marketing.

Future Online Solutions is not interested in marketing for the sake of marketing. Rather than that, FOS continuously monitors campaigns and provides regular information on the brand’s performance. FOS team of experts constantly produces excellent outcomes by combining innovative ideas with extensive expertise. They assist in developing a long-term, meaningful relationship with customers by involving them in the business communication cycle. Additionally, they provide years of experience in the digital market from Ian and his teams work with a varied range of multi-location businesses and brands.

Whether it’s legal, healthcare, franchise or restaurant management, or influencer marketing, Future Online Solutions has the edge and know-how to efficiently funnel clients and followers to businesses and brands alike.

23-year-old Dominican Entrepreneur Continues to Impact Lives as an Artist and Online Celebrity

Passionate entrepreneur, artist, and philanthropist, Taedetta, continues to drive change across several online and offline platform

Lawrenceville, Georgia, 5th May 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Taedetta is unlike any average young adult as the 23-year-old Black and Dominican man has defied all odds to make a point and champion life-transforming initiatives to better society. Taedetta can be considered as one of the second types of people, going through hardships to become a responsible adult and member of the community. The young entrepreneur, artist, philanthropist, and social media influencer has been able to carve a niche across different industries, staying true to his strong morals and mottos.

The name, “Taedetta,” is conjured as a reminder to everyone who tried to make him feel inferior, not good enough, and betrayed him, crediting his success to people who did not believe in him, which further fueled his passion.

As an artist, Taedetta is fast becoming a popular act in the music scene, with his song “NASA” getting over 50k views on YouTube. He uses his musical talent as a tool to affect lives across the globe, with his versatility standing him out as a songwriter and performer.

Taedetta has shown that he can be a jack-of-all-trades and master of all, not only excelling in his personal life but also flourishing as a serial entrepreneur, stock investor, crypto investor, and business owner. He has his hands in transport and logistics, including refrigerated transport, warehousing, and regional and long hauls. Taedetta is also into the fashion industry, owning an online clothing website. He also recently started a live camming website that has already started to increase in popularity and acceptance.

In addition to being a versatile entertainer, Taedetta is an ardent social media user, and he enjoys being on his verified TikTok and doing giveaways. His humility, despite the level of success achieved, has endeared him to tons of social media users. He constantly reminds his followers and fans that money is not everything. According to him, “accumulating a large sum of money will definitely create problems that did not exist beforehand.” Consequently, he uses his accounts on TikTok and Instagram, where he has over 55,000 followers to preach about the beauty of giving back while treating his fans to his interesting lifestyle and adventures.

For more information about Taedetta and his works, please visit TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube.