Engage is Featured on ESPN
- By Noah Schwartz
- Jul 01, 2021
Business News Press Release
Daniel Hennes - Co-Founder/CEO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Engage is featured on ESPN
Los Angeles, CA - July 1st, 2021 - Engage is proud to announce that ESPN has completed a piece on the company. The featured piece talks about Jake Olson, the company, and new laws for student-athletes.
It serves as an update on the ESPN story regarding Co-Founder Jake Olson from his time as a blind football player at the University of Southern California. ESPN mentions Engage and how the platform allows athletes, celebrities, and people from all walks of life to share their stories with people.
Lastly, it discusses the new opportunities for athletes following states passing Name, Image, and Likeness laws. When laws take effect, student-athletes will be able to profit off their own name through speeches, outings, sweepstakes along with other opportunities
Chase McGrath, a kicker for the University of Tennessee, mentions this when asked about NIL laws for student-athletes - “The possibilities are endless. What people can come up with.”
The new laws will take into effect this July. As of today, there are nine states including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Texas, Ohio amongst others.
Engage is a proprietary platform for booking talent and events. Engage allows consumers, event planners, and businesses to find and book talent in less than ten minutes. Designed for talent and their agents, the platform’s proprietary technology makes every step of managing a booking faster and easier. To learn more, visit www.LetsEngage.com
Click here to read or watch the piece featured on ESPN.