Impact World Tour Challenges Youth to Embrace Cultural Differences

By KBJR News 1

September 30, 2012 Updated Sep 30, 2012 at 10:38 PM CDT

Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Elite athletes and cultural artists are presenting a series of internationally renowned, dynamic and power packed shows across the Northland.

Three Impact World Tour teams are made up of people from 80 different nations.

GX International BMX bikers, skaters, rappers as well as hip hop and break dancers busted out freestyle and technical tricks at the Hermantown Community Church on Sunday night.

Impact World Tour shows are interactive, sometimes faith based and geared toward youth.

Members of each show encourage and motivate audience members to chase their dreams and embrace cultural differences.

"Some people have strengths and some people have weaknesses and those come together and actually cover each other’s weaknesses and help each other out," Brian Stratton of the Impact World Tour said. "We have different cultures and backgrounds. Hopefully we can come together to help these young people out for the better."

The Impact World Tour, has traveled to more than 2,000 cities across 5 continents, and 40 U.S. states.

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