Rainbow Rabbit and Joe Vallee, co-founder of Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp., made a recent appearance on The WC Gatchel & Friends Show on RVNTV.
WC Gatchel & Friends is a live puppet show featuring Master Executive Chef WC Gatchel and his adorable entourage of puppets. Importantly, the show not only makes children laugh, but encourages participation while teaching important nutritional tips.
Gatchel’s show is inspired by “The King Who Had Issues,” a best-selling children’s book. The author himself plays the part of Master Chef WC Gatchel and reads the book to the children. Furthermore, Gatchel uses magic, his puppets and their comic antics, as well as endearing comments.
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On this special Rainbow Rabbit episode, Vallee discussed the Rainbow Rabbit Anti-Bullying Educational Program, as well as the origin of the character created by his grandfather, Arthur Vallee. Much like Rainbow Rabbit, WC discusses embracing one’s uniqueness with Vallee. As a result of Rainbow Rabbit’s positive story, an educational/kindness program has been a presence in Tri-State area over the last several years. Moreover, it has inspired the co-creation of additional characters to be featured in future stories.
RVNTV (RadioVision Network) is a new platform for people of any industry to share their vision. The network is accomplishing through their live streaming and internet radio network. Because of this, RNVTV has a variety of shows on their network with a very diverse audience.
You can watch the show from our YouTube channel here.
Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. is an IRS-registered 501(c) non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID: 82-1643193).
For more information about Rainbow Rabbit, please visit the website https://therainbowrabbit.com/