DMRpresents: About Us

About Us

Dreams Made Real Inc. | About Us

Dreams Made Real Inc. (DMR) is The World’s #1 Resource for Positive Entertainment! Our Mission is… “to improve the quality of life of all people by using different forms of entertainment to Inspire, Educate, and Inform.” We believe that music and entertainment can and should be used to teach the world. We call it: “Uplifting Life Through Music!” Our content is created by people from all over the world and it’s designed to uplift the global audience while motivating people to lead more productive lives. From Music and Poetry to News and Events to People and Companies and much more, we promote All-Positive Things.

We provide on-going Free Promotions for Anyone who has any kind of content that is Clean and Uplifting to others. We also give the world FREE access to All of this content here on our company website and through our Social Media websites! Basically, people worldwide send us content, and (if it fits our strict Guidelines) we share it with the world.

Dreams Made Real is the vision of CEO Marcus Davis who founded DMR in 2009 in Louisville, KY. In 2010, the company relocated to the Atlanta Metro area. We are located in Norcross, GA. Support the Positive Entertainment Movement by commenting on our Blog posts, sharing our content to your networks, Submitting your material, entering our Contests, and purchasing our products! Thank you, enjoy all of our great content, and we hope to hear from you soon!

 

4 thoughts on “About Us

  1. The question we should be asking our young men, “do you want to live? I’m fighting for our young men in Philadelphia after losing my son to violence. How can we change the game, the violence, the lack of love for self and others? Black lives must matter first to the lives of black people. I’m just saying. I’m working with and for our juveniles, second chances matter too.

    1. We greatly appreciate your comments and your commitment Ms. Wiggins. I’m sorry for your loss. I believe that we change the game by providing education and opportunity. We also have to get back to taking care of and investing in our communities. It’s a complicated situation with many layers, but Black on Black violence isn’t the problem; it’s a bad symptom of a bigger problem that must be addressed.

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