December 5, 2012
I come from a marketing and sales background. On many occasions I have watched a brand new salesperson succeed wildly-- where veterans had failed. They didn't know it was "impossible." They didn't realize it couldn't be done. They saw things in a fresh, new way -- and they believed in themselves. I'm sure dozens of people told Aaron Collins he was crazy to start a symphony orchestra during a recession. But he didn't listen. He sees the world in a fresh, new way and believes not only in himself, but in the mission of the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra to provide quality symphonic music-- without an exorbitent ticket price. An SCSO performance has a palpable energy. It is alive. And with groups like the Space Coast Symphony, the music will live for the enjoyment of future generations.
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