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The Great American Road Trip Meets the Peace Corps
A Summer To Serve challenges two brothers to experience the full spectrum of volunteering this summer. From high level strategic work with non-profits and entrepreneurs, to manual labor on highways and farms, they will do it all.
About the Hrostoski Brothers
• David Hrostoski is an "18 going on 30" singer/songwriter, attraction/confidence coach and student at the University of Arizona.
• Mike Hrostoski is a “30 going on 18” adventurer, yoga teacher, life coach, writer and full-time traveler. He writes a blog called “Adventures in Personal Development”
The Hrostoski brothers will dedicate a full three months towards the service of others while driving across the U.S. They recently asked dozens of people the following question: “What would you do if money wasn’t an issue?” The three most frequently received responses were: volunteer, spend time with family and travel.
Last summer the brothers embarked on a month-long road trip to honor and celebrate the life of their mother, who unexpectedly passed away. They drove 4,100 miles, spread her ashes in 40 memorable locations and made a documentary about their adventure (http://hrostoski.com/
Their first road trip was a partnership of two. This summer the brothers will leverage their personal and social networks with the goal of impacting as many people as possible.
Follow the adventure at http://summertoserve.com and for more information, contact Mike Hrostoski at 520-661-2610 or Hrostoski@gmail.com.