Despite their packed schedules, musician Bret Michaels and Reader’s Digest‘s Editor-in-Chief Liz Vaccariello sat down to chat about the We Hear You America campaign before Brett’s appearance on the Today Show.
Bret and Liz talked about everything from parenting to their favorite footballs teams (he’s Pittsburgh, she’s Cleveland). And while they don’t agree on football teams, what they do have in common is their passion for America.
Both Bret and Liz are promoting the We Hear You America campaign because they want people across America to put their towns on the map by voting and sharing their town’s unique stories online.
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