Rev Run and #InspiredMobility bring Inspiration to Chicago and the Masses

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The national conversation on faith and tech recently came to life in the Windy City.

A whirlwind of TV gigs and Chicago appearances by Hip Hop pioneer and inspiration guru Rev Run prove the Inspired Mobility movement is in full effect. The rap icon and minister met with fellow influencers and fans at the flagship store on Michigan Avenue. This came after completing a satellite media tour. He discussed how people can use mobility to connect with what inspires them most.

Inspired Mobility’s faith and tech expert Jason Caston was also on hand. Relationship experts Anthony and Love McPherson stopped by as well.

“I’m rolling with AT&T. I’m proud!” said the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee in his interview on Windy City Live.

Inspired Mobility’s latest survey1  found 41% of respondents use mobility to connect to their faith or inspiration.  We also found their #1 way to connect to inspiration or faith was streaming or downloading music on mobile devices.1  What better way to promote peace, love and joy to all this holiday season?

Follow @RevRunWisdom on Twitter and check out his 2015 holiday playlist. Don’t forget to join the conversation on social media by sharing your inspirational photos, videos, quotes and memes using #InspiredMobility.

1 Research commissioned by AT&T and conducted by ResearchNow. Online poll of more than 1,000 people in the U.S. aged 18 years and older. Blacks and Hispanics were oversampled (n=200 each) for the purpose of a more direct comparison with whites. Additional information is available here.