"Tomorrow's Alliance" celebrates the spirit of the Holidays. FAMILIES celebrating deep Traditions and Religious Appreciation for GOD'S HOPE for MANKIND. This month we are all reminded of the needs of others, Spiritual and Material. So say MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY HOLIDAYS to neighbors, strangers, and family. This Year "Tomorrow's Alliance" Shouts Out a Huge Thank YOU to all the Bands that assisted "TA" inraising money for the USO that help our TROOPS, VETERANS & THEIR FAMILIES throughout 2017. Also we thank the public that assisted "Tomorrow's Alliance" raise money for the LIONS CLUB Candy Day project. This Year marked a Decade of"TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE COMMUNITY ROCKS PROJECT" assisting Non For Profit Organizations through OutReach, SUPPORT, and Entertainment. Ten Years went by quickly.GTR-TV coverage of the 2017 CHICAGO AUTO SHOW was lots offun and informative. GOODTIMESRADIO-TV also reviewed DRURY LANE Theatre awesome productions in 2017. We are Looking Forward to 2018 Drury Lane Productions. GTR-TV also celebrated being back on FCC Radio again on WIND AM560. We added "TA Kid Nation" in Novemberto our web site which has been our idea for over five years. Please visit with your children"TA Kid Nation" web site page and have fun coloring the Holiday Pictures.
Merry Christmas everyone and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
James Arthur Liceaga Jr. Editor
COMMUNITY ROCKS PROJECT
A Decade of Service 2007 - 2017
DECEMBER 15th, 2017
Presented @ "TA" 4th Appreciation Party in January 2018.
I Am Extremely PROUD of My BOYS Decade of Community Service and HAPPY that "TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE" has Performed their Original Music since 2005. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK JIMMY and ARTHUR! Love Mom
"TA" Gigs in DECEMBER 2017
DECEMBER. 2nd. "TA" @ Garfield Ridge Chamber of Commerce
Snack With Santa Holiday Party, Chicago Il.
DECEMBER 3rd. "TA" on AM 560 / Fly By Night Show hosted by Ken Sevara.
DECEMBER 5th. "TA" @ Westmont Lions Club Christmas Party, Westmont, Il.
DECEMBER 7th. "TA" @ Garfield Ridge Chamber of Commerce
Thank You Artists and Performers for a Terrific 2017! Jimmy & Arthur
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SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MUSIC!
Special Rememberance of
Marvin Ruble who passed away September 23rd, 2017
and Guartist Rodney D. Young who passed away June 24th,2017.
Both Men will be Missed and Always Remembered.
"Tomorrow's Alliance"SHOUT OUTS!
12/01/17. Congratulations Arthur on completing your 2017 continueing education classes for this tax season. Way to Go! Dad
12/05/17. Congratulations Thadeus Project on being number 1 with your song "PICTURE BOOK".
12/06/17. We are praying for your fast recovery Paul. Glad you are getting ahead of your cardiovascular disease.
12/06/17. Thank You Texas Roadhouse for your Generous food donation for our Christmas party.
12/09/17. We wish our Bass Player, David Barnes the best of Luck on your CPA Exam.
12/15/17. Congratulations Dave on taking your CPA Test. Also CONGRATULATIONS on COMPLETING your MASTER'S DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING. You Are The MAN!
12/19/17. We are so proud of you Gregg in Completing your 1st semester in your Graduate Classes. Way to go Gregg! Keep up the Good Work!
"ROBERT KRAUSE" on FACEBOOK.
The Man in Washington Working Hard to bring JOBS in the 3rd District of Illinois, Congressman Dan Lipinski
"TA" performing in the 23rdWard / 3rd District Parade. SUPER FUN! Great People who attend this tradition in the 23rd Ward of Chicago.
Congressman Lipinski Supports the Fire Department, Police, and our Military. First Responders Keep Us Safe and Sound.
"TA" own Arthur was honored to perform The Star Spangled Banner on November 11th, 2017. "TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE Community Rocks Project" Brings their USO Variety Show of Music to the TAP HOUSE GRILL in Westmont, Illinois on December 30th, 2017.
A DECADE of COMMUNITY SERVICE 2007 - 2017
THIS HOLIDAY SEASON CALL OUR SPONSORS TO GET A GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR YOUR LOVED ONES.
"Tomorrow's Alliance Community Rocks Project" SUPPORTS The USO through our "TA" AFTERNOON / EVENING of MUSIC Series Productions.
"TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE" SUPPORTS The LIONS CLUB Since 2007.
CONTACT ARTHUR LICEAGA to COMPLETE Your Tax Return this TAX Season.
Arthur your Tax Professional ! 630 - 217 - 5764
TAX TIP: Start Gathering your Tax Related Papers, Reciepts, Social Security Numbers, Tax Return from Last Year, W-2's, 1099's, Business/Corporate Licenses, All your 1098's, Health Insurance Information. Call me today at 630 - 217 - 5764 to get your taxes completed. Arthur Liceaga
"TA" Financial Corner: WHAT IS IDENTITY THEFT?
Identity Theft is the unauthorized use of another person's personal identifying information (name, address, date of birth, social security number, mother's maiden name) to commit financial fraud. Upon obtaining such personal identifiers, identity thieves are able to commit financial crimes such as opening phony bank accounts, getting unauthorized credit cards, applying for cars, home loans, and leasing apartments with a false name. Identity thieves may even develop a criminal record or file bankruptcy in their victim's name. Their goal is to spend as much money as possible before the victim becomes aware of the theft. Additional Information Below. Arthur
Arthur with H&R BLOCK Supporting "TA" USO Show.
HOW CRIMINALS GET YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Ordering your credit report fraudulently - posing as employer, landlord, etc.
Digging through your garbage (DUMPSTER DIVING).
Stealing mail from your mailbox.
Stealing your wallet or purse.
Retrieving information from the internet.
Burglarizing your home.
Posing as telemarketers taking a "survey".
PERSONAL INFORMATION THAT YOU SHOULD PROTECT
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.
DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER.
MOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME.
CREDIT CARDS NUMBERS.
FIREARMS or EMPLOYEE IDENTIFICATION CARDS.
Request a FREE CREDIT REPORT ANNUALLY at www.annualcreditreport.com or (877) 322 - 8228 to check for UNAUTHORIZED Activity.
Shred personal documents before putting them in the trash (especially pre-approved offers of credit).
Don't place mail that contains personal identifiers in an unlocked mailbox.
Don't carry unnecessary credit cards, your social security card, birth certificate or passport in your wallet or purse except when absolutely necessary.
Never give out your credit card number or other personal information over the phone or on the computer unless you have a trusted business relationship with the company and you initiated the contact.
Carefully review your credit card statements and phone bills for any unathorized use.
Keep a current list of the credit cards you carry - including the account number and telephone number to report the cards lost or stolen.
IF YOU BECOME A VICTIM OF IDENTITY THEFT:
Immediately contact the fraud units of the three credit reporting business listed. Ask for a credit report so that you can identify fraudulent activity. Also ask the bureau to flag your account with a fraud alert to indicate that you have been victim of a fraud.
Make a report with law enforcement departments with jurisdiction in your case.
Contact all creditors with whom your name has been used fraudulently by telephone and letter. Enclose a copy of your police report.
If you have checks stolen or a bank account has been fraudulently established in your name, report it to the six check verification companies listed below.
Stop Payment on all outstanding checks and cancel your checking and savings accounts.
If someone obtains your social security number, call the Social Security Administration.
If someone obtains a Driver's License in your name or is using your Driver's License number, contact your local Department of Motor Vehicles and ask to put a fraud alert on your license.
Usr These Helpful Websites for Further Information:
CREDIT REPORTING BUREAUS
EQUIFAX: Report Fraud @ 800- 525 - 6285
EXPERIAN: Report Fraud @ 888- 397 - 3742
TRANS UNION: Report Fraud @ 800- 680 - 7289
SOCIAL SECURITY Administration / Report Fraud: 800-269-0271
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION / Report Fraud: 877-438-4338
To REPORT FRAUDULENT USE of YOUR CHECKS
CHECK RITE: 800 766 - 2748
CHEXSYSTEMS: 800 428 - 9623
CROSS CHECK: 707 586 - 0551
EQUIFAX: 800 437 - 5120
NATIONAL PROCESSING CO: 800 526 - 5380
SCAN: 800 262 - 7777
TELECHECK: 800 710 - 9898
TAXES can be Complicated. Contact ARTHUR LICEAGA to Navigate through the Federal and State Tax Code to Complete your Tax Return this Tax Season. CALL Arthur at (630) 217 - 5764.
In 2017 GOOD TIMES RADIO - TVvisited DRURY LANE THEATRE Productions of
November 3, 2016 - January 8, 2017.
January 19, 2017 - March 19, 2017.
March 30, 2017 - June 11, 2017.
GOOD TIMES RADIO - TV Interview
Good Times Radio-TV was invited to Drury Lane Theatre Opening Night of"42ND STREET" presented by PLAYBILL.
Drury Lane Theatre continues their successful 2017/2018 Season with 42nd STREET! Tapping through this holiday season on Drury Lane Theatre’s Stage is a masterful production of "42nd STREET". Directed by Michael Heitzman with choreography by Jared Grimes, 42nd STREET remains true to its classic 1930s Bradford Ropes novel with a refreshing contemporary twist. An impressive cast and creative team give it their all on stage. 42nd STREET is a must see at Drury Lane Theatre!
The original Broadway production of 42ND STREET was an absolute success as the show ran for 3,486 performances and 6 previews from August of 1980 to January of 1989. Not only was it the 14th longest running show in Broadway history but lives on as the 1980 Tony Award Winner for Best Musical! David Merrick’s production of 42nd Street remains a Broadway classic with direction and dances by Gower Champion, music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin and book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble.
Drury Lane Theatre’s stage is thoroughly transformed, capturing New York City and Philadelphia in the 1930’s. The accomplished Creative Team includes Michael Heitzman (director), Jared Grimes (choreography), Roberta Duchak (music direction), Collette Pollard (scenic design), Emilio Sosa (costume design), Mike Baldassari (lighting design), Ray Nardelli (sound design), Claire Moores (wig and hair design), Everett Bradley (music arrangements) and Lucia Lombardi (production stage manager).
This remarkable cast delivers elegant tap numbers and irresistible harmonies from beginning to end. The cast of 42nd STREET includes, Suzzanne Douglas (Dorothy Brock), Gene Weylandt (Julian Marsh), Kimberly Immanuel (Peggy Sawyer), Phillip Attmore (Billy Lawler), Justin Brill (Bert Barry), Donica Lynn (Maggie Jones), Brandon Springman (Pat), Cedric Young (Abner Dillon), Erica Evans (Andy Lee), Sierra Schnack (Annie), and Bret Tuomi (Mac/Thug/Doctor). Additional casting includes: Time Brickey, Lamont Brown, Tristan Bruns, Joe Capstick, Joel Chambers, Andrewa Collier, Gabriela Delano, Annie Jo Ermel, Rachel Marie LaPorte, Mandy Modic, Thomas Ortiz, Allie Pizzo, Marisa Siegle, Anthony Sullivan Jr., and Davon Suttles.
"42nd STREET" comes to life on stage with a driving force in the shadows! Performing unforgettable hits such as “Audition”, “We’re In The Money”, “Shuffle Off to Buffalo” and many other! Live on stage is the magnificent 42nd STREET Orchestra, led by Conductor/Keyboardist Chris Sargent and consists of Ellen Morris (Keyboard 2), Tom Logan (Acoustic & Electric Guitar), Carey Deadman (Trumpet, Flugelhorn & Music Contractor), Jim Gailloreto (Flute, Clarinet & Saxophones), Chuck Webb (Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass, Keyboard), Rich Trelease (Drums, Percussion & Electronic Drums), and Ethan Deppe (Keyboard Programming).
Drury Lane Theatre’s vibrant production of 42nd STREET is pure gold and deserved it's standing ovation on Opening Night! This uplifting Broadway classic of aspiring chorus girl, Peggy Sawyer is a must see at Drury Lane Theatre! Winter in Chicago can’t get any better than this!
The Show "42nd STREET" runs from November 6th 2017 – January 7th, 2018.
"TA" HISTORY Corner Battle of Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941.
The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States navel base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, on the morning of December 7, 1941. The attack, also known as the Battle of Pearl Harbor, led to the United States' entry into World War II. The Japanese military leadership referred to the attack as the Hawaii Operation and Operation AI, and as Operation Z during its planning.
Japan intended the attack as a preventive action to keep the U.S. Pacific Fleet from interfering with military actions they planned in Southeast Asia against overseas territories of the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and the United States. Over the next seven hours there were coordinated Japanese attacks on the U.S.-held Phillippines, Guam and Wake Island and on the British Empire in Malaya, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
The attack commenced at 7:48 a.m. Hawaiian Time (18:18 UTC). The base was attacked by 353 Imperial Japanese aircraft (including fighters, level and dive bombers, and torpedo bombers) in two waves, launched from six aircraft carriers. All eight U.S. Navy battleships were damaged, with four sunk. All but the USS Arizona were later raised, and six were returned to service and went on to fight in the war. The Japanese also sank or damaged three cruisers, three destroyers, an anti-aircraft training ship, and one minelayer. One hundred eighty-eight U.S. aircraft were destroyed; 2,403 Americans were killed and 1,178 others were wounded. Important base installations such as the power station, dry dock, shipyard, maintenance, and fuel and torpedo storage facilities, as well as the submarine piers and headquarters building (also home of the intelligence section, were not attacked. Japanese losses were light: 29 aircraft and five midget submarines lost, and 64 servicemen killed. One Japanese sailor, Kazuo Sakamaki, was captured.
The surprise attack came as a profound shock to the American people and led directly to the American entry into World War II in both the Pacific and European theaters. The following day, December 8, the United States declared war on Japan, and several days later, on December 11, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States of America. The U.S. responded with a declaration of war against Germany and Italy. Domestic support for non-interventionism, which had been fading since the fALL OF FRANCE in 1940, disappeared.
There were numerous historical precedents for unannounced military action by Japan, but the lack of any formal warning, particularly while negotiations were still apparently ongoing, led President Franklin D. Roosevelt to proclaim December 7, 1941, "A DATE WHICH WILL LIVE IN INFAMY". Because the attack happened without a declaration of war and without explicit warning, the attack on Pearl Harbor was later judged in the Tokyo Trials to be a war crime.
American casualties and damage
Ninety minutes after it began, the attack was over. 2,008 sailors were killed and 710 others wounded; 218 soldiers and airmen (who were part of the Army until the independent U.S. Air Force was formed in 1947) were killed and 364 wounded; 109 marines were killed and 69 wounded; and 68 civilians were killed and 35 wounded. In total, 2,403 Americans died and 1,178 were wounded. Eighteen ships were sunk or run aground, including five battleships. All of the Americans killed or wounded during the attack were non-combatants, given the fact there was no state of war when the attack occurred.
USS Arizona during the attack
USS Nevada, on fire and down at the bow, attempting to leave the harbor before being deliberately beached
Of the American fatalities, nearly half were due to the explosion of Arizona's forward magazine after it was hit by a modified 16-inch (410 mm) shell.
Already damaged by a torpedo and on fire amidships, Nevada attempted to exit the harbor. She was targeted by many Japanese bombers as she got under way and sustained more hits from 250 lb (113 kg) bombs, which started further fires. She was deliberately beached to avoid blocking the harbor entrance.
USS West Virginia was sunk by six torpedoes and two bombs during the attack
California was hit by two bombs and two torpedoes. The crew might have kept her afloat, but were ordered to abandon ship just as they were raising power for the pumps. Burning oil from Arizona and West Virginia drifted down on her, and probably made the situation look worse than it was. The disarmed target ship Utah was holed twice by torpedoes. West Virginia was hit by seven torpedoes, the seventh tearing away her rudder. Oklahoma was hit by four torpedoes, the last two above her belt armor, which caused her to capsize. Maryland was hit by two of the converted 16" shells, but neither caused serious damage.
Although the Japanese concentrated on battleships (the largest vessels present), they did not ignore other targets. The light cruiser Helena was torpedoed, and the concussion from the blast capsized the neighboring minelayer Oglala. Two destroyers in dry dock, Cassin and Downes were destroyed when bombs penetrated their fuel bunkers. The leaking fuel caught fire; flooding the dry dock in an effort to fight fire made the burning oil rise, and both were burned out. Cassin slipped from her keel blocks and rolled against Downes. The light cruiser Releigh was holed by a torpedo. The light cruiser Honolulu was damaged, but remained in service. The repair vessel Vestal, moored alongside Arizona, was heavily damaged and beached. The seaplane tender Curtiss was also damaged. The destroyer Shaw was badly damaged when two bombs penetrated her forward magazine.
This message denotes the first U.S. ship, St. Louis to clear Pearl Harbor. (National Archives and Records Administration) (Note that this is in answer to question "Is channel clear?" and faint writing at bottom concerning the answer being held until St. Louis had successfully cleared.)
Of the 402 American aircraft in Hawaii, 188 were destroyed and 159 damaged, 155 of them on the ground. Almost none were actually ready to take off to defend the base. Eight Army Air Forces pilots managed to get airborne during the attack and six were credited with downing at least one Japanese aircraft during the attack: 1st Lt. Lewis M. Sanders, 2nd Lt. Phillip M. Rasmussen, 2nd Lt. Kenneth M. Taylor, 2nd Lt. George S. Welch, 2nd Lt. Harry W. Brown, and 2nd Lt. Gordon H. Sterling Jr. Sterling was shot down by Lt. Fujita over Kaneohe Bay and is listed as Body Not Recovered (not Missing In Action). Lt. John L. Dains was killed by friendly fire returning from a victory over Kaawa. Of 33 PBY's in Hawaii, 24 were destroyed, and six others damaged beyond repair. (The three on patrol returned undamaged.) Friendly fire brought down some U.S. planes on top of that, including five from an inbound flight from Enterprise. Japanese attacks on barracks killed additional personnel.
At the time of the attack, nine civilian aircraft were flying in the vicinity of Pearl Harbor. Of these, three were shot down.
Fifty-five Japanese airmen and nine submariners were killed in the attack, and one was captured. Of Japan's 414 available planes, 29 were lost during the battle (nine in the first attack wave, 20 in the second), with another 74 damaged by antiaircraft fire from the ground. Note: This Information was cited from Wikipedia.
Arthur Liceaga editor
The LONG LOST
Ashley and Simpson
"TA"Feature Story on Comedian
CORPORATE COMEDIAN- Ken has performed at hundreds of corporate functions including: The FBI, McDonald's, Burger King, Ameritech, the Chicago White Sox, Apple, Nextel, and many more.
RADIO PERSONALITY-Ken has performed on three of Chicago's most prominent stations, WLS and WGN, as part of "Jerry's Kidders" a comedic satire of the weekly news, on the "Jerry Agar Show." Ken can now be heard on "AM 560 The Answer," WIND radio in Chicago, on his new late night entertainment talk show, "Fly by Night" every Saturday night from midnight to 1 am. You can hear "Fly By Night" online at: www.560wind.com or iHEART RADIO. Ken also hosted his own radio talk shows-"The Happy Hour" on WKLQ in Grand Rapids, Michigan and "The Ken Sevara Show" on KKAR in Omaha, Nebraska.
TELEVISION HOST-Ken has hosted two popular cable TV Shows: "Testing 1...2...3" and "Headliners", which aired to more than a quarter of a million people in the Chicagoland area. Ken interviewed Jerry Seinfeld, John Mahoney, Michael Rooker, Loretta Swit and many more.
CORPORATE HUMORIST- Ken is able to sucessfully intertwine humor with each company's individual message.
ACTOR-Ken has performed in "You're on the Air-a Talk Radio Parody", produced by Vicki Quade.
Ken has also appeared in the Johnny Yune film, "They Call Me Bruce."
NIGHT CLUB COMEDIAN-Ken has performed at hundreds of comedy clubs across the United States and Canada. The clubs include: Caesar's Palace in Lake Tahoe, The Comedy Store, The Improvisation, Zanies, The Funny Bone Comedy Clubs, The Punchline Comedy Circuit, Catch a Rising Star, The Punchline (in San Francisco), the Playboy Club Circuit.
NATIONAL TELEVISION-Ken has been seen on "Evening at the Improv", Fox Television's "Comedy on the Road", ESPN and The Comedy Channel.
PERFORMED WITH-Ken has performed with many of show busineses biggest stars, including: George Carlin, Jerry Seinfeld, Richard Pryor, Bill Murray, Robin Williams, Gloria Estefan and Jimmie J.J. Walker!
Specialties: Radio personality, radio and television host, corporate comedian, corporate humorist, night club comedian, professional emcee, actor, corporate and night club comedy agent.
Ken Sevara is a corporate comedian and speaker. Ken has worked for hundreds of corporations and has performed at venues such as Caesar's Palace in Lake Tahoe, the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Ken has also been featured on both WLS and WGN Radio in Chicago as part of the comedy group "Jerry's Kidders" on the "Jerry Agar Show." Ken has also been seen on the Comedy Channel, ESPN and the Fox Network. Ken has also been heard on the nationally syndicated "Bob and Tom Radio Show."
"TA" DECEMBER 2017 BAND FEATURE
THE LONG LOST
The Long Lost, a female-fronted Americana group from the Chicago area, puts vocal style and storytelling front and center. The Long Lost blends classic American music with modern day stories. Raised on classic country such as Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton, and contemporary folk artists such as The Head and the Heart and The Lumineers, The Long Lost's music evokes the rootsy feeling of growing up in the Midwest.
"The Long Lost" can be found on FACEBOOK
"TA"DECEMBER 2017 BAND FEATURE
ASHLEY & SIMPSON
How it all began
Known for their soulful and energetic live performances, Ashley & Simpson has been taking the music scene by storm. With the recent successes of releasing their first single “Winnie”, opening for 5-time Grammy nominated blue-grass artists “Dailey & Vincent” and opening for and performing with gold-record selling rock artist Michael Gurley (Dada, Butterfly Jones, and Kiefer Sutherland band), they appeal to a wide range of audiences while blending seamlessly across multiple genres.
Performing a carefully crafted array of cover songs in tandem with originals that are the culmination of both of their writing skills,they continue to win over new fans each time they take the stage. Jennifer Ashley is a classically trained pianist,singer-songwriter,and guitarist. Joel Simpson is an accomplished musician,singer-songwriter, and producer. Together they prove to be an irresistible duo,leaving you wanting more. With the upcoming release of their debut album “Winnie”, 2017 promises to be another exciting year for Ashley & Simpson. www.ashleyandsimpson.com
GOOD TIMES RADIO - TVMedia Coverage at 2017 CHICAGO AUTO SHOW
GOOD TIMES RADIO - TV @ 2017 Chicago Auto Show MEDIA DAYS!
Had a Great Conversation about the Benefits of Steel in our Automobiles and the Jobs Created with the Steel Industry with Jody Hall, VP Steel Market Development Institute (Automotive Market). We Need the Jobs that the Steel Industry Creates.
GTR-TV visits the ALL STATE INSURANCE Vehicle. A Living Room with A Fire Place on Wheels. Really Nice. All State Insurance did a Great Job making this Truck. Really Fun!
Arthur ENJOYED test driving the 2017 HYUNDAI.
FORD Presentation at their Police Vehicle and the Ford GT Exhibit. Nice Contrast.
Check Out this All Original 1970 Mustang MACH1.
GTR-TV Loves The Official Toyota Tundra Chicago "CUBS" Truck. Hey Where is the Official "SOX" Truck? CHICAGO is A Two BASEBALL TEAM City.
New "FORD TRANSIT" Taxi is Super Nice. Lots of Room make this Vehicle Extremely Comfortable.
ARTHUR w/GTR-TV in the Interior of the International Commercial Ford Transit New TAXI
LATINA Journalist and Media Experts share a pose with Arthur. Check out the Beautiful Blue Ford Escape behind us. Nice!
GoodTimesRadio-TV Editor & Producer Arthur Liceaga with Dan Ammann, President of GENERAL MOTORS Company. Mr. Amman is Responsible for business operations around the world.
Arthur talking to a RAM Truck Representative. Awesome Engineering and GREAT Exhibit.
Arthur at the CHRYSLER & BRAUNABILITY Exhibit, Supporting the "Give a Dog a Job Program" Benefiting CANINE COMPANIONS FOR INDEPENDENCE!
GTR-TV Met New Friends at the CHICAGO AUTO SHOW. Known As The JEEP GIRLS.
Check Out this LEGO BATMOBILE @ the CHEVY Exhibit. VERY COOL!
GTR-TV attended the Luncheon at The ECONOMIC CLUB of CHICAGO which had Dan Amman President of GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY as their Speaker. GTR-TV has the speech and interview.
Arthur attending the Annual Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) Breakfast forum. Speaker Ralph Gilles, Head of Design, FCA -GLOBAL.
ARTHUR with GTR-TV enjoying the Chevy Exhibit. Chevy had a terrific spread of food and beverage @ their Exhibit for the Media. Chevy Reps are Awesome.
GTR-TV Media will be covering the 2018 Chicago Auto Show February 8th and 9th 2018.
2017 "TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE COMMUNITY ROCKS PROJECT" Post Cards
An Afternoon / Evening of Music Series
TROOPS, VETERANS and their FAMILIES
aY Yes You Can Entertainment Production
"TA" Post Card of the FEBRUARY 18th, 2017 USO Show
"TA" Post Card of the MARCH 28th, 2017 USO SHOW
"TA" Post Card of the APRIL 8th, 2017 USO SHOW
"TA" Post Card of the MAY 18th, 2017 USO SHOW.
"TA" Post Card of the JUNE 16TH, 2017 USO Show.
"TA" Post Card of the July 8th, 2017 USO Show
"TA" USO Show July 14th, 2017. "TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE" Post Card
"TA" Post Card of the July 14th, 2017 USO Show.
"TA" Post Card of the September 30th, 2017 USO Show.
On Veterans Day ARTHUR "TA" performed The Star Spangled Banner November 11, 2017 for "TEXAS ROADHOUSE" Patrons and Guests. It was a TRUE HONOR. Arthur Liceaga
"TA" Post Card of the Dec. 10th, 2017 USO Show.
"TA" Post Card of the Dec. 30th, 2017 USO Show.
"Tomorrow's Alliance Community Rocks Project" has Gift Cards Available that will Benefit the USO, LIONS CLUBS, or Any of Your Particular Well Known Charity You want to Support. Talk to Arthur Today.
Special Shout Outs to our 2017 Partners
VFW HALL in BROOKFIELD, Illinois
MUGGS N MANOR, Addison, Illinois
TEXAS Roadhouse, Countryside, Illinois
"Fly By Night" Radio Show 560 AM / WIND, Chicago
The TAP HOUSE GRILL, Westmont, Illinois
ELBO ROOM, Chicago, Illinois
The KERRY PIPER, Willowbrook, Il.
Chicago's 23rd Ward Organization
Illinois Congressional 3rd District
MJP Productions (formerly Photo Pro Productions), Oak Lawn, Illinois
BUCKLE DOWN Brewery, Lyons, Illinois
Celebrates 10 Years On
The WORLD WIDE WEB.
2007 - 2017
Arthur Liceaga & Jimmy Liceaga
"TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE" in November 2007. Arthur and Jimmy Liceaga entertaining at a private party!
In 2018 Look for Our New
"TA" Music Series we Coined,
AMERICANA MUSIC SERIES
Arthur and Jim
yyes you can entertainment publishing initiative
In 2018 Look for
The MA-ma Music Series
A New "TA" Music Series for 2018
a Y Yes You Can Publishing Entertainment initiative
"TOMORROW'S ALLIANCE" wishes ALL a Great HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018 !
andHAPPY NEW YEAR 2018! James Arthur Liceaga Jr. / Editor
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