“…[as] a victim of bullying when I was young, I take this public service announcement very seriously and hope it can help teens that are suffering from this type of senseless abuse.”

Atlantic Records’ recording group, Day 26, was in Atlanta this past week to start their quest on their 3rd album.

While working on their busy schedule for the week, Atlantic Records Senior Marketing Director, Dionnee Harper, and Day 26′s manager, Joseph “Screwface”, placed a very special public service announcement assignment into the group’s regiment. The public service announcement will deliver a very powerful national pledge against bullying & abuse.

This past weekend, Day 26 shot a PSA urging others to join their anti-bullying efforts, tied in to “The Oath Project” for the Saving Our Daughters charity organization. The oath and PSA are designed to help stop the growing epidemic of bullying & suicide that has been on an up rise in schools across the country. “As being a victim of bullying when I was young, I take this public service announcement very seriously and hope it can help teens that are suffering from this type of senseless abuse” stated Mike.  Executive Director, Curtis Benjamin, added “we are excited on having Day 26 launch this important message concerning bullying and the impact it will have on teens & adults.” Will, Brian, and Robert weighed in on the PSA with their own personal messages concerning the oath as well.)

Day 26′s public service announcement will announce the “The Oath Project” on Facebook and selected television markets starting in September; 50,000 teens and 100,000 adults will take 8 immediate action steps to prevent bullying in their lives and around the world.