Family Promise St. Tammany would like to thank Opal Basil on the Trace and the Demo Diva for another successful Fete de Famille benefiting homeless children and their families. Your generosity and support help us to assure homeless children and their families have a safe place to shelter.
Adley LevoldSharing more important Biblical info. Real Mt. Sinai discovered. Met the people who went there 14 times in 11 years. Am hoping to have them do a presentation in devastated Baton Rouge to bring spiritual uplifting. Anyone interested in helping sponcer Jim and Penny Caldwell? www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICBv1760hTQ2 · 2 weeks ago
This picture popped up in my fb memories. As I attended, the inauguration yesterday, I cried.
I think back on of how hard I’ve worked to start, run and sustain a small business. I feel hopeful that one day I will grow from selling bricks to building roads and bridges. Yes– I am dreaming bigger. …
Looking for a Soft Reds Brick Buyer….All proceeds going to Haiti
I just have to share some of the feedback I’ve received from Blue Collar Millionaire. The most interesting observation is how many people who are immigrants have contacted me. Show me "the fire in your belly" and I’ll show you the American Dream!
From Natalie: As I was cooking and cleaning up the kitchen last night, my boys had the TV on. I never ever watch TV (by choice) I don’t even know what shows are playing and it’s names. However I did hear something while washing the dishes that really caught my attention. The words I heard were: I wanted to stand out and be different from the competition.. and when I looked at the tv there was a woman with her hot pink truck and her hot pink shirt. I completely admired your faith, your courage, your ambition, your motivation and most importantly The love, the respect and caring you had shown to those who were emotionally attached to their properties. I am proud of you for getting to where you are now and I really do hope that you are able to Motivate other women to stand up for themselves and believe that they too can do something for themselves. In today’s society we still have a lot of women who are very submissive and don’t believe in themselves. I always make sure I let them know that we are somebody and yes we CAN accomplish things and still be beautiful and still wear our "pink" and high heels. 😉🤗 that is why I am reaching out to you to make sure you know that your motivation is not going unnoticed. Many blessings to you!
From Zarinah: Simone Bruni, I loved, loved, loved hearing and seeing your story on CNBC, very inspirational. My son and I have a window cleaning and power washing service here in San Antonio Texas. We are trying to scale up and we could use and we welcome any advice you could offer. Congratulations on all your success!!! Thanking you in advance. …
Today has been amazing! Thank you everyone for your well wishes. This 11 year journey of Demo Diva has had highs and lows. I’ve made money, lost money, been robbed and shot at! I had lonely times, confusing times and thousands of small victories. While I may look strong, I may look like a capitalizer of good marketing, and this journey may be a good story –one thing is true. I could not have done this without my faith and my praying parents. Absolutely could not have been done! So tonight I celebrate with all of you, New Orleans! Thank you for trusting me, employing me, and cheering me on all these years. CNBC Demo Diva Blue Collar Millionaires 495 Productions …
Ryan LoweCongrats my friend!!! That is so awesome!!!!3 months ago
Christian CarrizozaI’m looking for a job operator of heavy equipment like dozers,excavators,loaders bobcat my name is Jose Carrizoza from Houston Tx living now in baton rouge my phone number is 281-204-56911 · 3 months ago
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, Simone Bruni went from being a corporate event planner to unemployed and homeless. While gutting her New Orleans home, Simone was inspired to start a demolition company to help New Orleans (and herself) get back on their feet.