A Beautiful Music Video Including Special Olympic Athletes

Hi everyone! Hope you’re all doing well, and enjoying what summer has to offer for you!

I’m so excited to announce the release of this really special music video that’s so close to my heart. Hello Noon, an orchestral pop-rock band has filmed a music video featuring three Special Olympics Athletes who have Down Syndrome to highlight their incredible abilities!

They’ve performed for various organizations, including Special Olympics, Paralympic athletes, homeless veterans, and mental health organizations, all to support their mission of positivity and inclusion through social activism.

I love how they’ve included these athletes. You are introduced to three incredible athletes, runner Jared Kozak, baseball player Cole Sibus, and swimmer Caley Versfelt. Each athlete describes what they love about being a Special Olympics athlete, and we get a glimpse of them competing in action!

And they absolutely loved being included in the video. Caley described her experience as a “funtastic time making new friends and a great music video. Hello Noon welcomes acceptance and inclusion. Their kindness is helping us change the world.” She even shares some words of wisdom later on in the video, that the best qualities in a person are their friendship and personality. Both so true! Something I adore in Michael is his friendliness and genuine love for others around him.

Jared Kozak shared that he had “so much fun playing with the band. I loved playing the drums with your drummer.” How incredible is it to see so much inclusion, especially in music? Music is amazing in uniting various groups together, and I love how Hello Noon has done so in their video.

Go ahead and check out the video in the link below, and be sure to share it with your friends! I hope you love it as much as we do :)


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