Pensacola, FL (PRWEB) February 08, 2012
Stand Up. Be Heard. Make A Difference. These are the calls to action of an innovative new website launched today called CallinUOut.com. The site will take on the issues that affect and impact young people across the USA. Some of the topics covered include the election process, non-partisan politics and the encouragement of those 18+ to vote. CallinUOut.com is the first site to ever bring together young Americans and mentors for the purpose of education, information and inspiration.
The site is a safe, social, open, enlightening destination that encourages and welcomes intelligent discussions on a wide variety of topics. Beside politics, CallinUOut.com will focus on education, anti-bullying solutions, world affairs and current events.
The site will provide resources and direct youths to information, data and mentors who can assist them. CallinUOut.com will have moderated forums that make it safe to have open discussions about virtually any topic whether it is about political candidates, how to recognize and deal with bullying or something as simple as advice on where to go to college.
CallinUOut.com currently includes up-to-the-second counters of the U.S. National Debt, the National Unemployment Rate as well as the number of days until the Democratic National Convention, the Republican National Convention and the Presidential Election.
Users can visit the site without signing up but will be able to access more features of CallinUOut.com when they create a profile and interact with the community.
Born in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, CEO and Founder Chad Davis is a decorated veteran of the US Navy. He has participated in multiple rescue and recovery operations from Hurricane Floyd to a detachment in Bahrain as well as Kosovo. Davis is married to Lakisha Lashaun and they have a 13-year-old daughter together.
Mr. Davis said his inspiration for founding the site is to “create a safe online destination where young people can gather for factual, unbiased information on a variety of topics.”