Greg Devlin, Co-Founder Worldwide Neon Tiki Tribe
“After surviving a massive missile explosion, I feel like I have been given a second chance in life and want to make a difference in the world by helping as many kids at an early age as possible. I feel that if we can make a positive impression on children between the 1st to 4th grade levels (before they hit the high peer pressure age groups of middle and high school), we can really make a difference as they grow older.”
- Married, Father of 4 daughters, with 2 Grandsons, 1 Granddaughter.
- US Air Force Veteran
- Featured in book written by Eric Schlosser, titled COMMAND AND CONTROL
- SUPER HEROES SHOULD DO MORE THAN JUST ENTERTAIN.
- TO TEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN (AND YOUNGER) VALUABLE LIFE LESSONS BEFORE THEY REACH THE HIGH PEER PRESSURE AGE OF MIDDLE SCHOOL SO THAT THEY’LL BE ABLE TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISIONS WITHOUT THE HELP OF THEIR PARENTS OR TEACHERS, WHEN FACED WITH CHALLENGING CHOICES.
- IF YOU KEEP A CHILD’S ATTENTION LONGER, THE EDUCATIONAL MESSAGE WILL BE STRONGER.
- READING IS THE BASIS OF LEARNING AND EVERY CHILD, IN EVERY COUNTRY SHOULD HAVE THAT OPPORTUNITY.
It goes without saying; that we never want to lose our children, ever. Empowering them when they’re young (1st to 5th Graders) with “real life” lessons will position them to make the right decisions when we’re not around.
The topics in red ink above are serious, but by using fictional TIKI Super Heroes and funny cartoon like settings we’re able to keep the children engaged without the stories being overly scary.
WE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!