Maxheat 330 Akron All-Star
- Feb. 17, 2017
-- So many people want to be LeBron James. The story of an urban under privileged athlete from Akron that rises to fame is unreplaceable and a miracle in this world. LeBron has done so many things with his talents and his ability to capture the attention of popular culture. No one can say the name without respect and the name of LeBron James cannot be imitated. But have you ever heard the story of Mike Maxheat Mosley? You will be surprised how similar the two lives are without ever merging identities. "Every time I go out people ask me you know you even look like LeBron James but they don't know that I played like LeBron James and I have the same iumpact on a different stage," stated Max. Maxheat Mosley broke his neck at the age of 15 in the process of becoming a starting varsity point guard for his high school. So instead of that ceasing his opportunity in life, he developed itself into a musician and DJ with the international radio show considered the Pro Flow Radio show. "Akron has a lot to offer and if you want to know the depths of Akron you should check out my story and figure out who exactly is Mad Max," stated Mike. The story will shock you and the product he has created will impress you. So make sure you check out the 330 Biodroid song released for charity in relation to LeBron's 330 ambassadors touching lives globally. Download or listen free at http://maxheat.com/330-From-da-O-Maxheat.mp3
The 330 Ambassadors are constantly at work. As part of their visit to NBA All-Star weekend, the high school students from St. Vincent-St. Mary and the Akron Public Schools partnered with Youth Rebuilding New Orleans to help rebuild a distressed home at 2753 St. Ann St.
This is the third year the ambassadors have made an All-Star trip. In 2015, four members went to New York. Last year, 12 traveled to Toronto, where they experienced an emotional day at a fitness facility dedicated to helping those with disabilities and developmental issues.