Miami, FL (May 24, 2012) – “One Child At A Time” is how Mission 500, the security industry’s response to children in crisis, can feed 500 children every day for a year. And now, it is also the title of a newly created theme song for the organization. The song was premiered in front of thousands of industry professionals at ISC West, 2012. Exhibitors and attendees volunteering for Mission 500 joined Las Vegas dancers to converge on unsuspecting attendees “Flash Mob” style to showcase the song that was donated, written and produced by Boca Raton musician Rick Krive, and performed by artist Tomey Sellars. Rick Krive also performed a ballad version of the song during the Security 5K reception on March 29 at ISC West.
Rick Krive has donated the song to promote Mission 500 and it is now available for download at: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dpopular&field-keywords=rick+krive. The song can also be played through Google at https://play.google.com/store/search?q=rick+krive&c=music&docType=2.
Those interested in purchasing the song through iTunes should paste “One Child at a Time Rick Krive" into the iTunes store search window.
All proceeds from the sales of this song will go directly to World Vision. Industry professionals are invited to distribute to friends and family to continue building awareness for the Mission 500 cause and to consider monthly support of World Vision.
The song was professionally recorded at Sounds Great Productions in Boca Raton Florida. The lyrics were penned to help illustrate how important every person’s contribution can be to furthering the Mission 500 campaign goal of getting every company in the Security industry to sponsor at least one child through the World Vision program, the organization that ensures funds raised by the mission are distributed effectively to do the most good for children.