Adrienne Rosel Bulinski Gets Back To Her Roots
Joe Denoyer - February 13, 2017 11:29 am
Adrienne Rosel Bulinski, Miss Kansas 2005 and Kansas native, is scheduled to deliver several entertaining, uplifting, and motivating messages throughout Kansas between Feb. 21st and March 2nd. Bulinski is an award winning motivational speaker, entertainer, and the author of Blood Sweat & Tiaras. She is returning to Kansas for the International Pancake Day Festivities as she has been invited to emcee the Pancake Day Talent Show and serve as Grand Marshal of the Pancake Day Parade.
While in Kansas, Bulinski will be providing one motivational event (open to the public) and working with thirteen schools.
Bulinski’s schedule includes a free community event at Grace Lutheran Church in her hometown (Liberal, KS) titled Music & A Message on Feb. 24th. Doors open at 7 p.m. For tickets and more info:www.musicandmessage.eventbrite.com or https://www.facebook.com/events/1856975227894844/ .
The thirteen schools Bulinski will be visiting to deliver the dynamic message Pursuit of Excellence are Fredonia Elementary (2/21/17), Fredonia Middle and High School (2/21/17), Neodesha High School (2/22/17), Chanute High School (2/23/17), South Middle School of Liberal (2/27/17), Hugoton Middle & High School (2/27/17), Hoisington High School in conjunction with Central Plains, Wilson, and Otis-Bison High School (3/1/17), and Hutchinson High School (3/2/17).
“My mission as a speaker is to motivate audiences to believe in themselves and their self-worth, to believe in their passions and their goals, and to believe in their capabilities of reaching many great achievements in their lifetime,” Bulinski commented. “People struggle with many internal battles and fluctuations in their self-esteem. I’m here to bring hope and inspiration, with some entertainment mixed in. For the event Music & A Message, I will be tying the message to the lessons taught by the wisest man who ever lived. It is one of my favorite programs to deliver!”
Bulinski’s messages are delivered as much of a performance as an educational opportunity. Her programs are designed to help audiences realize their potential and then turn that potential into a reality. Bulinski challenges audiences to think… to really think, and to think big. “Another important part of what I do: help audiences understand failure is part of success. Without failure we cannot truly know success,” Bulinski said.
Bulinski’s stories are influenced by a vast array of experiences including time wearing the Miss Kansas crown, performing with the USO Show Troupe, New York City auditions and rejections, re-learning how to walk at the age of twenty-four and coping with depression.
For more about Bulinski please visit www.adriennebulinski.com.