One of the things I love about doing the interview series is meeting people who “fell” into their passion and business. And Ron Williams definitely has an interesting story on how he made his talents, skills, and passion into a career.

Ron’s conversation with me definitely reminded me how we never know how life unfolds for us. What we thought would be our career can change with a simple decision.

RONZWORLD Guitars are all handpainted – created without the use of stickers, prints or wraps. Each design is an original, and completely hand-done; no two are exactly alike.

I invited Ron to the conversation – his artwork caught my eye when a post mentioned that as he is raffling off one of his guitars for the Blue Ridge Rock Fest coming in a couple of weeks – September 8-9, 2019.

Ron is really a great example about how a talent that he had but neglected for some time – finding himself in advertising and eventually relocating – and picking up painting to do something with his time and the next thing he knew, he was painting on guitars and finding himself building a business.

Blue Ridge Rock Fest Guitar by Ron Williams from Itsronzworld

He now works with artists to create one of a kind painted guitars as well as travels to various festivals throughout the year. But something that always makes me heart smile is the giving that happens.

Ron William’s work has helped to raise funds for charitable organizations Cancer Sucks, Wounded Warrior Project, Take Me Home Animal Rescue, Dyin’ 2 Live/ FC Cancer Foundation, Love Hope Strength Foundation, The USO, Riki’s Ride and Claire’s Place Foundation, among others. 

I invite you to explore his shop – there are some really cool mini-guitars he has available – and if you’re coming to Blue Ridge Rock Fest – be sure to stop by his tent to say hello!

But you can also connect with him on Facebook and Instagram

If you or someone you know would love to be featured on The Rebels Den Interview Series, let’s connect!

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