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Rashad Jennings, Courtney Rich, and Mickey Avalon Added as Talent

  • By Noah Schwartz
  •  Feb 29, 2020

Rashad Jennings, Courtney Rich, and Mickey Avalon Added as Talent

 

This was an exciting week for Engage as we added a ton of great new talent including Rashad Jennings, Courtney Rich, and Mickey Avalon. As we work to provide audiences with unique opportunities to interact with talent, we are thrilled to welcome Rashad, Courtney, and Mickey into the Engage family!

 

 

Rashad Jennings is a former NFL Running Back for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, and New York Giants. Jennings has had an illustrious career after retiring from the NFL, including winning Dancing with the Starts and becoming a NY Times bestselling author. As an active speaker and philanthropist, Jennings founded the Rashad Jennings Foundation and is a regular television talk show and sports personality. For any sports fan who wants to learn how to beat the odds and “get off life’s sidelines,” Jennings has an inspirational story to tell. 

 

Courtney Rich is a well-known professional chef, baker, and cake artist who has grown a large following on her Instagram account (@cakebycourtney) due to her amazing cakes and popular blog. Courtney’s baking talents and bubbly personality have landed her appearances on The Today Show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Oprah Magazine, and Home and Family TV. Book an experience or pop-up event with Courney if you want to learn baking skills from a world-class baker! 

 

Mickey Avalon is an American rapper who has a moving story of personal tragedy, pain, and triumphs. Raised in Hollywood, California by a heroin-addicted father, he started selling marijuana at a young age after learning the trade from his mother. In an attempt to clean up is act, Mickey converted to Orthodox Judaism in his late teens but his efforts were thwarted due to constant family tragedy including his father’s death in a drunk driving accident. After getting married and moving to Portland, Oregon in to escape his troubled past, Mickey once again faced his past and fell into extreme heroin addiction in his early 20’s. After his sister died of a heroin overdose, Mickey moved back to Los Angeles to get more out of life. Avalon eventually beat the odds to become a popular rapper and performed sold-out shows alongside the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Book an event with Mickey for the once-in-a lifetime opportunity to hear his moving story. 

 

Visit the Engage website to check out all of our amazing talent, experiences, and pop-ups! 


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