Downtown Cleveland, Ohio

August 27th, 2010

8-27-10Today I started in earnest on my “Cleveland, The City of Kindness” campaign. One thing became clear instantly; kindness is an easy sell. Everyone wants to live in a city where people respect one another.
I set up on one of the busiest street corners where foot traffic is steady. I found out almost immediately how big the interest is, in this campaign. Nearly everyone was positive about hearing of this newly proposed idea. After an hour or so I headed to the City Hall region, while talking with people on their lunch hour, Jay Westbrook, a Cleveland City Councilman, stopped by, he loved the idea and invited me to talk with council to propose my idea at an upcoming council meeting.
I was now inspired more than I could ever be and worked by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame building and the crowd getting ready to head to the Indians game. I’m thinking that I’m on to something.

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