To find out where and when Young will be asking for further financial assistance, contact him directly at email@example.com and stay tuned to Bread8 Production’s Facebook page.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
Fresh off the success of their debut video “Which foods are gay?” Bread8 Productions is capturing another storyline based around the ridiculous current state of higher education loans, a theme host Tim Young knows all too well.
Student loan repayment has become a pressing concern for America’s post-graduate population, and the economic struggles of the country as a whole is making it even more difficult. Bread8 Productions seeks to uncover those difficulties, which means Young may be in for a rude awakening.
Tim will be panhandling on the streets of Austin, Texas on Tuesday, August 14, in order to find sources of student loan assistance. He’ll be seeking handouts, just like the folks found on street corners in virtually every town in America, but his objective will be slightly different.
To find out where and when Young will be asking for further financial assistance, contact him directly at timyoungjd(at)gmail(dot)com and stay tuned to Bread8 Production’s Facebook page.
Tim Young, is a comedian and political pundit based in Austin, Texas. He has contributed to multiple national publications including the Huffington Post and Washingtonian Magazine and has been a pundit on multiple nationally syndicated radio shows as well as Fox News’ “Red Eye” and RT’s “The Alyona Show.” In 2010, he served as Young Member Chair of the National Press Club. He was also a finalist in DC Improv’s 2008 Funniest College Competition, and later toured the country, hosting and performing at major comedy clubs around the United States.
Bread8 Productions was established in May, 2012 to create entertaining, viral, and newsworthy media for the web and beyond. Their objective is to maintain a sense of humor and levelheadedness when faced with the urgent and pressing matters of current day news, and produce both informative and entertaining content that can be enjoyed by anyone no matter what their stance is on the issue. Their debut video, "Which foods are gay?" reached CNN.com's homepage and its iReport citizen journalism site.
Follow @Bread8Media and @timrunshismouth on Twitter, and Like Bread8 Productions’ Facebook page. For direct inquiries, please contact the host at timyoungjd(at)gmail(dot)com.