From All Star Quarterback to Pizzaiolo
50 is the new 30? No, 50 is the new 50 and AARP wants to let all the mid-century population that life isn’t over … isn’t on the decline … at age 50 (whether you like it or not). There is so much life left, as one of the many AARP ambassadors, Dan Marino, explains in this slice of life video we produced with our partner, Mason Marketing, LLC.
"Dan Marino-Life Reimagined"
Mason Marketing, LLC.