Celebrity Visits Georgetown To Encourage Anti-Bullying

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Updated: 9/11/2012 11:15 am
Travis Brown has been featured on almost every national network and MTV's "Made".
He goes by Mr. Mojo because he encourages students to "mojo-up" against bullying.
Angela Fraley, the guidance counselor at Royal Springs Middle School, first saw Mr. Mojo at the Behavior Institute of Kentucky and decided she had to get him to her school.

Mr. Mojo held an energetic, positive assembly for the students followed by a meeting with the students on the anti-bullying task force.
He also met with the student's parents to reinforce his values.
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