Media

NBC-4i “EVERYDAY HERO” SELECTION

CEO Colin Winter was recognized as an “Everyday Hero” by NBC News! WCMH-TV’s Everyday Hero feature honors men and women who are doing extraordinary work serving our community. Colin was selected for his work with the veteran community.

 

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10TV COVERAGE

Although Run Down The Demons does not affiliate itself with any type of political agenda(s), our Chief Operating Officer did a wonderful job to make mention about our organization! Watch the 10TV coverage above.

 

LOPER AND RANDI – 99.7FM THE BLITZ

Thanks to 99.7 The Blitz, Josh Duggan (COO) and Colin Winter (CEO), were afforded an opportunity to speak with Loper and Randi about the community involvement and overall objective of Run Down The Demons.

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THE BLAZE DOCUMENTARY

The Blaze created an amazing, short documentary about Vets 4 Vets, the student-veteran organization at The Ohio State University. Considering that Run Down The Demons spawned from Vets 4 Vets, our Chief Executive Director made sure to mention our organizational efforts.

“The United States is full of interesting and inspiring people working to make a positive difference in unusual places or ways, far from the glare of the media spotlight.

They are the subject of “The Heart of America,” a new short video series from TheBlaze Documentary Films.”

More than 2.5 million veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have returned home. Many face a difficult transition back into civilian life — whether in the workplace or on a college campus.

At the Ohio State University, a group called Vets 4 Vets is trying to help with that adjustment. Fellow veterans, who know how challenging that process can be, are there to provide support in every area of it.”

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