Relentless Tour 2019

Making A Difference!! The Relentless Tour is doing just that! After this year's three day tour, we will have visited over 40 Schools and reached around 20,000 individuals in four years (12 total days) throughout the state of Nebraska!! We are grateful to have Anthony Ianni share his message and to all the partners & sponsors that have helped make this happen! 

 Relentless Tour Schedule of Events

Monday, March 4, 2019

  • 8:30 am    Prairie View Elementary in Ogallala   

  • 10:00 am  Paxton Public Schools   

  • 1:00 pm    Sutherland Public Schools   

  • 2:30 pm    Wallace Public Schools 


Tuesday, March 5, 2019

  • 8:30 am     Elm Creek Public Schools 

  • 10:00 am   Overton Public Schools

  • 1:00 pm     Loomis Public Schools

  • 2:30 pm     Axtell Public Schools

  • 7:00 pm     Heroes-Hoops-Hope Charity Basketball Game at Kearney Catholic High School in Kearney 


Wednesday, March 6, 2019

  • 8:30 am     Jefferson Elementary in Grand Island

  • 10:00 am   Dodge Elementary in Grand Island

  • 1:00 pm     West Lawn Elementary in Grand Island

  • 2:30 pm     Nebraska Christian Schools in Central City   

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About Anthony

Anthony Ianni, of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, is one of the most sought after anti-bullying motivational speakers in the midwest.

At the age of 4 Anthony was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), which is on the Autism Spectrum (ASD). Doctors and specialists told Anthony’s parents that he would barely graduate from high school, would never graduate from college, would never have a shot at being an athlete and would likely live in a group institution with other Autistic kids for his adult life. His family was devastated but pledged they would help Anthony be successful no matter what.

And he is. Despite bullies, adversity and numerous personal challenges Anthony worked hard and never gave up. Not only did he earn his Bachelor’s Degree from Michigan State University in Sociology he is the first known athlete with autism to play Big 10 basketball.  Anthony played for legendary coach Tom Izzo while at MSU. He won two Big Ten Championships, a Big Ten Tournament Title, was the recipient of the 2011 Tim Bograkos Walk On Award and the 2012 Unsung Player Award, and was also a member of the 2010 Final Four team.

Anthony has pledged his life and career to help those who face similar challenges. He has been invited to tell his story and share his message across the country and has inspired countless individuals to “LYD”- Live Your Dreams. And it’s only just begun…. He’s only 25!