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Kevin Bubolz is the founder of Golden Retriever Life, an online community with a mission to spread smiles.
As an Army pilot, Kevin saw first-hand the benefit of animal-assisted interactions on mental health. During a deployment to Afghanistan, his unit was accompanied by a service dog named Zac. Zac would fly in Kevin’s helicopter, bringing joy and smiles to the many men and women serving. Upon returning home from deployment, Kevin decided to create the same kind of happiness within his local community. He found a golden retriever puppy named Ellie, and the pair have spent several years volunteering in schools, nursing homes, and hospitals.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kevin and Ellie were prevented from volunteering in person, so Kevin turned to social media, @elliegoldenlife, with the mission of spreading smiles and positivity. His TikTok and Instagram channels are filled with taste tests, travel adventures, trends, and tricks.
After his military career, Kevin completed his MBA at the University of Minnesota, where he was selected as a Tillman Scholar. Upon graduation, he moved to Arlington, VA, and started his entrepreneurial journey full-time.
My name is Madisson Sperry. I am a deputy (police officer) in Houston, Texas. I have been around working K9s for ten years.
I have two dogs that I work with- K9 LeMans is my police K9 who I have been partnered with for 6 years. He is a dual purpose narcotic and suspect apprehension dog. My other partner, K9 Quelle, and I have been together 8 years. We have made appearances all over the United States.
Some notable appearances include The Dr. Oz show in New York City, A&E’s Americas Top Dog season 2, the French Embassy in Washington, DC. Ontop of our travels, we make many appearances in schools and community events, allowing the children and community members to interact with law enforcement and k9!
2022 marks the 11th season of French racer Simon Pagenaud in the NTT INDYCAR Series.
He also starts a new chapter of his racing career by joining the young but already successful Team MSR.
Pagenaud brilliantly won the 2019 Indianapolis 500 and became the first Frenchman to win “the greatest race in the world” in 99 years. Pagenaud’s INDYCAR record includes 15 wins, 13 pole positions (including the Indy 500), the 2016 INDYCAR Series title and runner-up in 2017 and 2019.
The Frenchman was voted Best Rookie in 2012. Besides INDYCAR, Simon Pagenaud scored 28 wins including 13 in Sports Car racing and 11 in Formula Renault.
He won the 2022 edition of the 24 hours of Daytona and the U.S. ALMS LMP Endurance Championship in 2010. Norman is the fur-child of Simon and family!