Good Day Atlanta Viewer Information Story: June 24, 2015

Entrepreneur Bill Rancic stops by Good Day Atlanta to discuss an event in Atlanta to help small businesses and entrepreneurs succeed. For more information click here.

New Era All-Star Football Camp Turns NFL Stars Into Counselors-STORY:Talk about a dream come true for many kids -- a camp devoted to football, where the counselors are current NFL players!

Five Star Athlete Management started the New Era All-Star Football Camp ten years ago, as a way to give back to the community. The free camp serves 600 kids (ages 8-17), all of whom sign up online. The campers will move through several skill stations, all of which are coached by NFL athletes who are clients of Five Star Athlete Management. Players scheduled to attend on Wednesday include Daryl Smith (Baltimore Ravens), Brandon Coleman (New Orleans Saints), and Curtis Lofton (Oakland Raiders).

Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken spent the morning at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School in Sandy Springs checking out the camp and hanging out with the players!

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Casting Call with Buck Lanford and actor/radio personality Greg Clarkson. For a listing of this week's "extra" casting jobs in Atlanta click here.

District Attorney Paul Howard joins us to talk about the 2015 Gang Prevention Summit scheduled to take place at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College, 1630 Metropolitan Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30310 at The Edwin A. Thompson Sr. Student Center, Building 800. For more information click here.

Isabella Pet Shop: A young girl in Cumming, GA is making a fashion statement in the world of pet boutique. Her clients are impressed when they learn she has a streak of generosity and a personal story of survival to tell. Fox 5's Ron Gant caught up with Isabella Masso and her mother, at their home in Cumming, GA. To view the story click here.

Pet of the day from the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia. For more information click here.

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