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Ronda Rousey AgentUndefeated MMA fighter Ronda Rousey has been selected to represent Car Jr.’s newest breakfast sandwich, the Cinnamon Swirl French Toast Breakfast Sandwich, which is on the hit fast food chain’s menu as of August 31st. The chief marketing officer for the company Brad Haley thought Rousey would be the perfect athlete to showcase the meal, as it is a good balance of sweet and savory ingredients much like the fighter’s disposition. In addition to that, her champion lifestyle is sure to get her fans on board with trying out this new morning sandwich as they both have a tough one-two punch. By itself the Cinnamon Swirl French Toast Breakfast sandwich costs $2.99, or $4.69 for the combo meal that includes hashed browns.

The 28 year old California native has been competing in self defense sports since she was a teenager and has several medals and titles to defend her abilities. Rousey earned the bronze medal for judo in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but she also has several others including three gold from other competitions like the World Championships, Pan American Games, and the Pan American Judo Championships. In 2010 she entered the mixed martial arts world and has been fighting her way to the top, as she is currently undefeated. Rousey will begin training for her next big fight this coming January against another undefeated MMA fighter, Holly Holm, the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Be sure to stay on the lookout for Carl Jr.’s newest and most impressive breakfast meal to go, as it is a great meal option to satisfy those with a sweet tooth. Rousey will be endorsing the sandwich starting on August 31.

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Ricky Rubio and Peja StojakovicRetired NBA star Peja Stojakovic and Minnesota Timberwolves star guard Ricky Rubio took a trip to Dubai this summer to help promote the sport of basketball to a children’s camp. The two of them found that all of the kids were very eager to spend time with them, and that the UAE is starting to develop a much higher interest in basketball overall. At the day camp, the two pros gave lots of advice, tips, and support to the youngsters who were more than ecstatic to meet with the big international names. Even though there isn’t much basketball played in the country these days, many of the participants were able to recognize the players and are better able to follow the NBA now thanks to developments made with technology and social media. The clinic occurred every Friday in August up until the 28th of the month.

Rubio is originally from Barcelona, Spain, but was selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2009 NBA Draft as the 5th overall pick.. He made a name for himself while he played basketball in the Spanish league and is thought to be the best European point guard ever. He was a 2011 Spanish League champion, 2010 Euroleague champion, and a three-time FIBA Young Player of the Year between 2007-2009. Stojakovic is a Greek-Serbian national from Croatia and was drafted by the Sacramento Kings as the 14th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft but wasn’t signed officially until 1998. He spent 13 years playing in the NBA and is a two-time NBA 3-Point Shootout champion.

The two basketball stars made the time to travel to Dubai this summer to work with local kids and promote the game of basketball, and they successfully helped the kids improve their game while mentoring them on other aspects of it too.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a basketball star like Peja Stojakovic, Ricky Rubio, or other sports celebrities for an Autograph Signing, Charity Event, Guest Appearance, or Basketball Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

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DeMarcus Cousins AgentFormer University of Kentucky basketball stars Karl-Anthony Towns, Anthony Davis, and DeMarcus Cousins are participating in this year’s first ever Cats Legends Youth Fantasy Experience that is happened next month on September 12-13 in Rupp Arena. At this event kids will have an opportunity to play with their team on the UK courts, get Nike gear, have pictures with the star players and even get their games called by official ESPN analysts. They will also get to have a tour of the locker room, have a photo album made, and interact with the players on a up close and personal basis to work on their basketball skills. This event is open to boys and girls between the ages of 10 to 18 and costs a total of $1,995 per kid.

Cousins was selected in the 2010 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings with whom he still plays with today after his days at UK. Davis went to the University of Kentucky from 2011-2012 before being picked as the 1st overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornet, and is also the two-time NBA blocks leader of 2014 and 2015. Towns is the newest player to the NBA of the three men as he was selected as the 1st overall pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves during the 2015 NBA Draft, and spent the last couple of years playing for the Wildcats during 2014-15.

All three of the players are set to make this special weekend in September an incredible experience for the players who are able to attend, and hopefully inspire them to continue on with their athletic careers. It is happening the weekend of the 10th and the 11th in the Rupp Arena.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a basketball star like Karl-Anthony Towns, DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Davis, or other sports celebrities for an Autograph Signing, Fundraising Event, Guest Appearance, or Basketball Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

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Allie Quigley AgentWNBA star Allie Quigley is returning back to her stomping grounds in Joliet, Illinois to host a one day basketball clinic for girls on Labor Day, September 7th. The clinic will take place from 9 a.m. to noon in the JCA Student Activity Center, and each participant will get a autograph and “Angels and Saints” basketball t-shirt in addition to being personally instructed by the star herself. Each girl will be taught how to improve their basketball skills and learn more about the sport itself, so it is bound to be a fun and thrilling event for everyone. There will be other notable figures from the basketball world in attendance to help out with the camp and make it even better than anyone would expect.

The 2014 WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year got her start in her career by playing at DePaul University from where she graduated from in 2008. She entered the 2008 WNBA Draft and was selected by the Seattle Storm as the 22nd overall pick, but ended up going down south to Phoenix to play on the Mercury for two years. Quigley bounced around different clubs in 2010 and 2011, but was signed to the Chicago Sky in 2013. As of 2015, she made the announcement that she is taking her talents overseas to Turkey to play in Istanbul for Fernerbahca Istanbul.

Before Quigley departs for her new adventure abroad, she will be hosting a one day camp on September 7th in her hometown of Joliet. Girls of all skill levels will be encouraged to sign up for the camp, and they will get lots of great tips and advice on how to improve their playing.

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Doug McDermott AgentChicago Bulls Doug McDermott hosted a youth basketball clinic in Omaha, Nebraska on August 22nd. McDermott jumped at a chance to be a part of this event, as he participated in similar clinics as a kid and was excited to give back to the next generation. The clinic was attended by lots of different kids from all states who were all big fans of the Bulls and McDermott, so they got more out of the experience than they could have even expected. The two-time winner of the Lute Olson Award was mainly just excited to put a smile on the kids’ faces.

The North Dakota native is the son of basketball coach Greg McDermott, and after his father switched job locations is when Doug decided on playing for Creighton University. He was an active member of the team until the end of the school year in 2014 when he entered the year’s NBA Draft and was selected as the 11th overall pick by the Denver Nuggets. Just under a month later he was traded to the Chicago Bulls where he still plays today. The 2014 Big East Player of the Year was also selected to be on the United States National Team, so he will be representing his country in next year’s 2016 Olympics.

McDermott traveled to Nebraska this summer to teach youngster more about basketball and have a little fun this August, and there is no doubt that there will be some repeat attendees next year.

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Steven AdamsOklahoma City Thunder Steven Adams returned to his native country of New Zealand to host a basketball clinic for the local kids in Wellington on August 22nd and 23rd. Adams is known to be the first kiwi NBA star and he participated in drills, pick up games, and coaching for youngsters between the ages of 7 and 17 at the New Zealand Basketball Academy training camp. This is also the very academy that the Center player donates over $120,000 each year, so he feels quite connected to it in more ways than just one. Overall, 250 attendees of the camp had a very fun and educational experience, and they also managed to all get an autograph from their favorite star player.

The Rotorua native is the youngest of his 18 siblings, who all have seem to have won the genetic lottery in height and athletic abilities. Adams’ sister, Valerie, is a Olympic gold medalist for track and field and his brother, Sid Adams Jr., is a NZNBL player. The 22 year old went to the United States for a couple years of college to make it easier to get into the NBA, and he was the 12trh overall pick by the Oklahoma City Thunder where he’s been playing since 2011.

Adams went home this August to coach and teach kids from Wellington how to improve their basketball skills at the New Zealand Basketball Academy, and it was a huge success for everyone who participated.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a professional basketball player like Steven Adams or other sports celebrities for a Keynote Speech, Fundraiser Event, Guest Appearance, or Basketball Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

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James Harden AgentHouston Rockets James Harden was back in Arizona at the end of August to host a two day basketball camp for local children in the Phoenix area. The camp took place between August 22-23 and enrolled 250 young athletes in the grades first through twelfth and was the first of its kind in Arizona, but Harden is hoping to continue it for years to come. At James Harden Basketball ProCamp the kids got to practice essential basketball skills, socialize, and have some fun getting exercise as a one of their last summer activities before school schedules get too hectic. The former Arizona State University student was drawn back to the area this summer to give back to a community that he feels really helped him become the athlete and man he is today.

The Los Angeles native earned the title of an All-American player excelled at basketball when he played for Arizona State University from 2007-2009, and he was selected as the 3rd overall pick by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2009 NBA Draft. He stayed with the team until 2012 when he signed a four-year contract with the Rockets, and is still with them today. The three-time NBA All-Star also competed with Team USA in the 2012 London Olympics and the 2014 Spain World Cup where the managed to bring back two gold medals from.

Harden returned to his old college stomping grounds this August to host a youth basketball camp for the local kids, and it was a huge success. He hopes to continue to bring James Harden Basketball ProCamp desert after this inaugural year.

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Lance AllredFormer NBA player Lance Allred is taking on a second career as a motivational speaker to help others with challenges live a life without limits. Allred is the first legally deaf player to be in the NBA, as he did a short term with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2008. Allred is going to use all of the challenges and struggles that he has endured in his life to show others that with persistence and hard work, even the most intense of disabilities can’t stop someone who is determined enough to get what they want.

The Salt Lake City native was born legally deaf and despite people expecting him to turn into a social introvert, Allred did just the opposite. He spent two years playing for the University of Utah but didn’t get to see much playing time with the basketball team, so he transferred to Weber State where his talents were put to good use. The 6’11 player began his professional career in a French League and bounced around to many different teams and also played in other overseas leagues in countries like Spain, Mexico, Italy and Puerto Rico. In addition to sports, Allred is also an author and had his biography published in 2009, titled “Longshot: The Adventures of a Deaf Fundamentalist Mormon Kid and His Journey to the NBA”. He is currently working on two more fiction novels that have not yet hit the shelves.

Allred is an inspiration not just to basketball players and athletes around the world, but to everyone who sees what he accomplished in his life despite not having functional hearing. Be sure to keep an eye out for him in the coming months and years, as he will be delivering motivational speeches as a part of his new career.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a basketball player like Lance Allred or other sports celebrities for a Book Signing, Fundraising Event, Guest Appearance, or Basketball Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

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Marcus Trufant AgentFormer Seattle Seahawk Marcus Trufant helped announce the latest partnership between the Seahawks and the Talking Rain Beverage Company this summer during one of the Seattle team’s training camps at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. The team and the fans were excited to hear the news about this latest joint effort, and the Talking Rain representatives handed out lots of product samples and Seahawks co-branded items. As a nod to the loyal Seahawks fans, also known as “The 12s”, the drink company is going to release a special variety 12 pack of Talking Rain beverages that will feature the Seahawks logo on them. The company and the football franchise are going to work together this season to create giveaways and other fun surprises for the locals who have proven time and again how loyal they are to their team.

The Washington native Trufant went to college at Washington State University where he was a starting cornerback all four years on their football team. He entered the 2003 NFL Draft where he was picked by the Seattle Seahawks as the overall 11th pick, and stayed with the team for his entire nine year career, He briefly went to join the Jacksonville Jaguars but never played a game for them in 2013, so right before his retirement in 2014 he signed a one day contract so he could retire a Seahawk.

Trufant was present this summer at the Seahawks training camp to help announce the team’s newest partnership with the Talking Rain Beverage company, and it will be a great season full of specialty items and exciting giveaways thanks to their participation.

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Jason Collins Speaking FeeNBA’s First Openly Gay Athlete Jason Collins spoke at the Rookie Transition Program last week about showing support for teammates who live a homosexual lifestyle. The founder of the non-profit organization Athlete Ally, Hudson Taylor, joined Collins to educate the newest members of the NBA on the subject. In the world we live in today, more and more athletes are starting to feel comfortable coming out about their sexual orientation so this is going to be a good thing for the league in the long run. Collins was the first NBA player to come out as being gay, and now he is advocate for the program as he has been stated that educating others is the first vital step to awareness and acceptance.

The California native got his basketball career started when he played for Stanford between the years of 1997-2001. Collins then entered the 2001 NBA Draft and was selected as the 18th overall pick by the Houston Rockets but was traded to the New York Nets where he played for his first seven professional seasons. Over his time in the NBA he also played for the Memphis Grizzlies, Minnesota Timberwolves, Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards and the Brooklyn Nets. Collins has a twin brother, Jarron, who was a professional basketball player as well.

Collins teamed up with Hudson Taylor to inform the newest players in the NBA about being open minded and supportive of their teammates who live an alternative lifestyle. When they spoke at the Rookie Transition Program this summer, they were pleased that so many rookie players were accepting and attentive to their presentation.

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