Grammy Nominated Songwriter-Entrepreneur Announces Inspirational Summit

The inaugural Millions.Billions.Trillions.-The Summit is taking place on March 31, 2022 in metro Atlanta.
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Atlanta, GA, February 16, 2022 - The inaugural Millions.Billions.Trillions.-The Summit is taking place on March 31, 2022 in metro Atlanta. Organizers promise a power-packed day of inspiration, information and networking. The summit, themed "The Courage it Takes to be Great", is aimed to empower budding entrepreneurs and leaders as well as those who want to elevate their mindset.

Millions.Billions.Trillions.-The Summit is the brainchild of Grammy nominated singer-songwriter and fashion entrepreneur, Travis Malloy.

The day will feature exclusive performances and appearances from today's leading culture pushers including Malloy and Award-winning Actor Malik Yoba, Pastor/Recording Artist Bishop William Murphy III, Motivational Speaker Ivy McGregor, Celebrity Photographer Derek Blanks, Grammy Award Winning Singer Q. Parker and other industry professionals, thought leaders and performers.

With impactful panels and front row viewings of Malloy's original creative content, attendees can expect panelists to share their stories of failure and success. There will also be opportunities for business advice from top industry professionals. "I'm honored to build this platform where creatives can gather to glean from experts and millionaires who look just like them," said Travis Malloy, Summit Founder & Host.

Anyone 18 years of age and up can enjoy a front row seat to one of the most anticipated gatherings of the year.

To learn more about Millions.Billions.Trillions.-The Summit or to register, click here

Pittsburgh, PA native Travis Malloy is a Grammy nominated Singer-Songwriter who has written and/or produced for and with a wide range of musical legends including Zaytoven, Coko (SWV), Jermaine Dupri, Case, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Kool & The Gang, Fred Hammond, and Faith Evans. In 2021 he launched the Dream Currency unisex apparel line which featured the Millions.Billions.Trillions. collection. In a year's time, the wildly popular line garnered six figures and is supported by noted public figures like Rev. Al Sharpton, Missy Elliot, Erica Campbell, D.L. Hughley and dozens more. The viral success of the clothing brand led to a partnership with Reach Media/Radio One, the largest African American-owned media conglomerate in the USA.

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