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Don’t waste time and precious resources on anything but the best for your community. (New Student, Staff and Parent versions!)

Up in Mist is a 60 minute school assembly that has been called “an absolute game-changer for our students!“. Driven by a sudden and rapidly expanding demand, this Vaping presentation took two years of reviews and revisions to get just right. Today, it exists as what we believe to be the hardest hitting Vaping Prevention assembly in the country.

What’s so different about this program? Quite simply, it connects. Tim has combined his uniquely effective and time proven techniques to this new subject. He’s tested it before dozens of live audiences -literally thousands of students- refined it and polished it. The result is amazing.

IMG_1241In just minutes, Tim connects with his audience and incites a DESIRE to learn more about this emerging epidemic. Up in Mist has now been viewed by over 15,000 students in dozens of districts and reviews are absolutely brilliant. So impactful, in fact, that multiple students have literally turned their vapes over to parents after attending.

Tim will review the present knowledge and foreseen concerns about Vaping. He introduces this new generation of students to the historic wrongs and evil techniques of Big Tobacco. He draws the irrevocable link between Vaping, addiction and other consequences of recreational drug use. He inspires action, both on a personal and community level, to take a stand against the deceptive practices and looming health affects of Vaping. Tim’s experience and expertise combine with vivid imagery, vibrant sound, video elements, humor and poignant reveals, to produce a captivating and uniquely impactful show.

Don’t waste time, resources and valuable ‘student-equity’ by handing this important subject matter to anyone else. Give your community, and this subject, the attention it deserves.

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“You have no idea how strong of an impact you made. More kids need to see this. Thank you. Thank you!” -High School Student, Sharon Springs NY