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Kaitlyn Farrington AgentThree Olympic Winners are set to attend and speak at the 2017 CES Trade Show that is happening in Las Vegas at the start of the year. Hurdler Brianna Rollins, diver David Boudia and snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington will all be taking part in the event and will be seen at the Sports Tracker VIP Morning Run media event where they will be showing the audience how to use this new app. The company and producer of the app said that they are happy that these three brand ambassadors were willing be involved in the marketing and promotional process and believe they could be inspirational to users. This app doesn’t just appeal to certain types of users, but it is great for all active athletes.

Rollins is a native of Miami and won the gold medal in the 100m hurdles last summer at the Rio Olympic Games. She has competed in several games around the world and has won numerous medals for her accomplishments. Boudia is an American diver, and also an Olympic gold medal winner from the 2012 London games, but managed to bring home both a silver and bronze from Rio 2016. Farrington is a native of Idaho and is a professional snowboarder, and even won the gold medal in the halfpipe event at the Sochi Olympics. In addition to that, she is also a fierce competitor in other events and has a very successful track record in the Winter X games as well.

The three athletes are going to be attending the CES Trade Show in the early part of 2017 to showcase the Sports Tracker VIP Morning Run media app to inspire people to get into shape and hit the roads running. The event coordinators and the attendees alike are looking forward to hearing from them, and taking part in a great trade show to kick off the new year.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for an Olympic medal winner like Brianna Rollins, David Boudia, Kaitlyn Farrington or other sports celebrities for a Keynote Speech, Personal Appearance, Autograph Signing, or Sports Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

Watch Kaitlyn Farrington Speaking about her Olympic Experience: