You’ve Got the Power – A New Inspirational Television Show

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A new half hour television show, You’ve Got the Power, produced by Malia Zimmerman, Irma Baptiste and Shaunna Touchi of Luminescent Productions, will air on Saturday, April 12 at 6:30 p.m. on KGMB TV and Saturday, April 19 at 6 p.m. on KHNL.

See a 30-second clip of the show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nkv6EO5UmmA&feature=youtu.be

The half hour show, which focuses on people who have overcome great odds to be successful and then help many other people, features Skylar Soares, Delorese Gregoire and Mo Maurer in the first episode.

Soares, 12, is the SBH Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. She founded with the help of Make a Wish Foundation and Hawaii Pacific University, the HiSky retail business.

Gregoire is the founder of Winners Camp and has helped 15,000 teenagers discover their leadership skills and talents.

Maurer, a Maui resident, founded Assistance Dogs of Hawaii and has helped thousands of people in need find they joy and independence they deserve.

Sponsors include HMAA, King Windward Nissan, InControl Diabetes Center, Pharmacare, Revolusun, Hawaii Homestay and Ted Hong – attorney at law.

Dean Kaneshiro is the videographer, director and editor of the show, while Candace Nashman is the producer and Luke Trimble is providing his musical recordings.

If your company would like to be a sponsor of this new inspirational show, contact Irma May Baptiste at irmamaybaptiste@gmail.com

 

 

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  1. Aloha, It has been many years since I have been in Hawaii. From 1974 to 1987 I had the privilege of working at The Rehab Center of The Pacific after transferring from its sister Hospital "Casa Colina Rehab Center in Pomona, California. Working with individuals with physical limitations was the most rewarding and wonderful experience of my Life next to the birth of my wonderful son, born 6/26/86 at Kapiolani Womens Hospital. How Wonderful of you to create this media vehicle which promotes and empowers people with physical limitations in a way that enables able-bodied people to see that the strength of an individual comes from their soul, not the physical body itself. Your effort to strengthen or free the spirit of the soul allows everybody to win. God save and protect the Aloha Spirit now and forever. Keep on, Keeping on. Love is still the Answer! Aloha, Diane C. Williams, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

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