Bengals fans join Ken Anderson Alliance to support individuals on the autism spectrum – WLWT Cincinnati

Kevin Potts, Executive director of the Ken Anderson Alliance, knows the annual 7 hour party with a purpose is critical for their ongoing work on behalf of individuals on the autism spectrum. “This is our 13th year of Autism Rocks, and this is our big event that kicks off our fundraising. It’s always the Sunday after the Super Bowl,” said Potts. The Ken Anderson Alliance has been scoring big for those on the Autism spectrum since 2009. This year’s Super Bowl excitement has brought the energy of Who Dey Nation.Bengal Jim Foster says supporting Autism Rocks is a natural for Bengals fans.“Not just are they great supporters of the team, but the involvement in local charities is awesome. Glad to be here today,” said Foster. In addition to workforce training, Potts says the Ken Anderson Alliance is creating life skills and an assisted living community.“Our biggest project coming up is a 22 acre development in Springfield Township where we are offering housing and all those services in one location,” said Potts. For musician David Kahle, seeing his fellow band mates and musicians support his autistic son on this day is music from the heart.“The motivation is my son, and to work with the Ken Anderson Alliance to help build the community they are planning on building is that’s the motivation for me,” said Kahle.The music and these musicians lift us all, bringing people together with their message from the soul. Potts says the day is special.“I love seeing people coming together, for this type of cause, but the excitement that we have showcasing the people we support, you cant beat it,” said Potts.

CINCINNATI —

Kevin Potts, Executive director of the Ken Anderson Alliance, knows the annual 7 hour party with a purpose is critical for their ongoing work on behalf of individuals on the autism spectrum.

“This is our 13th year of Autism Rocks, and this is our big event that kicks off our fundraising. It’s always the Sunday after the Super Bowl,” said Potts.

The Ken Anderson Alliance has been scoring big for those on the Autism spectrum since 2009. This year’s Super Bowl excitement has brought the energy of Who Dey Nation.

Bengal Jim Foster says supporting Autism Rocks is a natural for Bengals fans.

“Not just are they great supporters of the team, but the involvement in local charities is awesome. Glad to be here today,” said Foster.

In addition to workforce training, Potts says the Ken Anderson Alliance is creating life skills and an assisted living community.

“Our biggest project coming up is a 22 acre development in Springfield Township where we are offering housing and all those services in one location,” said Potts.

For musician David Kahle, seeing his fellow band mates and musicians support his autistic son on this day is music from the heart.

“The motivation is my son, and to work with the Ken Anderson Alliance to help build the community they are planning on building is that’s the motivation for me,” said Kahle.

The music and these musicians lift us all, bringing people together with their message from the soul. Potts says the day is special.

“I love seeing people coming together, for this type of cause, but the excitement that we have showcasing the people we support, you cant beat it,” said Potts.