Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 25, 2011
Embrace The Journey, the sequel to the 2010 hit movie The Journey, will premiere at a special Red Carpet Kick-Off event at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, Sunday, December 4, from 7-10 pm in Pavilion 9.
The Red Carpet film premier is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To ensure your spot on the VIP guest list, go to http://www.embracethejourney.net
Embrace The Journey follows the success of Jonathan, the young man from The Journey, who discovers a treasure trove of wisdom through letters from his grandfather. The letters teach Jonathan core lessons in how to turn knowledge into effective action for success, transforming him from a frustrated young man with big dreams into the dynamic television host of Jonathan Live.
International speakers and best-selling authors Don and Melinda Boyer, and Kandee G, internationally acclaimed speaker and host of Nothing But Good News Radio, reunite with the cast members of The Journey, appearing as guests on Jonathan’s show. In the midst of the “Information Age,” knowledge is not enough. Action is what brings dreams to reality. Through interviews on Jonathan Live, Don and Melinda and a cast of experts share how they turn their knowledge into action and ultimate success.
Embrace the Journey also features Brian Tracy, Bill Walsh, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Dallas Humble, Larry Lea, feature film actress Dee Wallace, and 10 other international visionaries, together in one amazing film to share their secrets and formulas for success through action.
Embrace the Journey was co-produced by Don and Melinda Boyer (executive producers) and Kandee G. To find out more, visit http://www.embracethejourney.net.
The film premier will launch Bill Walsh’s Ultimate Success Camp, which runs Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 5 and 6, in Pavilions 5 and 6 at the Rio Hotel. To register for Ultimate Success Camp, go to http://www.ultimatesuccesscamp.com.
The Rio Hotel is located in Las Vegas near the junction of Interstate 15 and Flamingo Road. For reservations, call 866-746-7671.