Over the weekend activists took the recall Gascón effort to his neighborhood. Asian Industry B2B President Marc Ang, organized a signature event Saturday afternoon outside Gascón’s home in Naples, said more than 80 people gathered on the sidewalk across the street from the residence in front of a school in the 5500 block of East The Toledo.
The group, which included two crime victims, peacefully gathered for about 90 minutes, Ang told City News Service on Sunday.
“We didn’t want to overstay,” Ang said about the neighborhood event. “We wanted to respect the neighbors, and we worked in conjunction with the Long Beach Police Department, and they were very kind to us.”
Asian Industry B2B President Marc Ang joins Mo'Kelly to talk about this efforts to recall Gascón
Marc Ang is an estate and financial planner, who works with select clients through Mangus Finance, in order to provide the highest quality, white glove client experience. He does the same for his marketing and fundraising business, Visualyft, which helps nonprofits, political campaigns and businesses he believes strongly in.
Marc is a politically Independent conservative and spends a lot of his time in political activism, with a passion for mentoring conservative youth through his project, Pass The Beacon. Marc is also a member of the Lincoln Club of Orange County.
Asian Industry B2B (AIB) is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization that is focused on uplifting the Asian communities in Southern California (San Gabriel Valley, Orange County, Inland Empire) through pro-business and pro-family activities and initiative
Mission Statement: “To elevate the Asian American community through a fellowship of business leaders engaged in meaningful action”