I am thrilled to be able to support the Alzheimer’s Association through my participation as a dancer in the 10th Anniversary of Dancing Stars of Columbus. This cause is near and dear to my heart, as my mother, Jill Brooker, has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. With the support of my wife, Laura, and children, Emerson Christopher and Belle Elizabeth, we are raising awareness for our future generations to one day be able to cure this awful disease.
I am the co-owner of our family owned business, Bright Salon and DryBar, along with my wife, Laura Brooker. Bright has been open for seven years in The Village on 13th Street in Midtown Columbus. We strive to consistently provide excellence, professionalism, customer relations, and technical service. I have been a professional stylist for 10 years, and love the opportunity to make our Bright guests look and feel their best.
I enjoy attending church with my family at First Baptist of Columbus, playing tennis at the Columbus Country Club, and playing basketball.
This event gives me the opportunity to give back to our community. All of the funds raised will support Alzheimer's research and the programs and services provided to those diagnosed with Alzheimer's and their families. 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease, in fact, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed every 66 seconds and those numbers are expected to triple by mid-century. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. and is the only top ten disease that is getting worse. In Georgia, 200,000 people have been diagnosed with this disease and over 18,000 in the Chattahoochee Valley. So please support me through ticket purchases, table reservations, and voting!
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