Jesse Itzler only eats fruit ’til noon, loves Run-D.M.C., and enjoys living life “out of the box." In fact, he doesn’t even have a box. The author of the New York Times bestseller, Living with a Seal, co-founded Marquis Jet, the world’s largest private jet card company which he and his partner sold to Berkshire Hathaway/NetJets. Jesse then partnered with Zico coconut water, which he and his partner sold to The Coca-Cola Company.
He’s a former rapper on MTV and wrote and performed the NBA’s Emmy Award-winning “I Love This Game" music campaign and the popular New York Knicks anthem “Go NY Go." When he’s not running ultra-marathons, eating vegan food or being a dad to his four kids, Jesse can be found at the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks games, where he’s an owner of the team. He is married to Spanx founder Sara Blakely.
Dale Dupree was once known as The Copier Warrior and is the appointed Leader and Founder of The Sales Rebellion. He is born and raised in Orlando, FL. Has a sales background that dates back to his childhood as he was raised wandering the halls of his father’s business but has been a full-time sales professional for 13+ years.
Founded on March 1st of 2019, Dale now provides sales training and development through his firm, The Sales Rebellion, that challenges the status quo. He is audacious with his outreach, intentional in his sales walk, and driven to create a community of sales professionals that cause undeniable curiosity and true impact in their walk with prospects and clients alike by teaching the masses how to choose legendary in their sales career. The Rebellion believes in people over products, community over commission checks, fellowship over negotiations and experiences over performing a pitch.
Cary Barlowe has had success as a songwriter in a multitude of genres including Country, Christian, Pop and Rock. The Virginia born, North Carolina raised songwriter has written four #1 songs in Country music, including:
“American Honey” by Lady A
“Where It’s At” by Dustin Lynch
“Sun Daze” by Florida Georgia Line
“It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To” by Billy Currington
He additionally co-wrote Chris Young’s recent top 5 hit “Raised on Country” and currently has the top top 5 single “Famous Friends” by Chris Young and Kane Brown at radio now. Cary’s first cut in Country music was “Untouchable” by Taylor Swift on her multi platinum album “Fearless” and he since has had songs recorded by Carrie Underwood, Kane Brown, Little Big Town, Kip Moore, Jimmie Alan, Brett Young, Chris Tomlin, Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Lanco, Tim McGraw, Martina Mcbride, Steven Tyler, Gary Alan, Chris Lane and many more.
Now, in the midst of a year such as 2020, Barlowe has decided to get back to his performer roots and release his first single as an artist. The song “Baptized” is a fusion of multiple genres that have influenced his life and career thus far.
Small town Iowa native, Jay Allen, made his move to Nashville in 2013 and very quickly gained attention from the country music industry. He signed his first publishing deal in 2014, and then teamed with Sony/ATV in 2016.
In 2017, Jay was honored as “The Highway Find” on Sirius XM with his song “Sounds Good To Me”.
In 2018, Jay wrote a song for his mother who recently passed away from Alzheimer’s at only age 54, titled “Blank Stares”. A video of him performing the song live went viral with over 300 million views on Facebook, and has been featured on ABC World News, People TV, People Magazine, Pickler & Ben, Forbes, and Taste of Country among others. Jay has since helped raise $35 million to fight the disease and continues to perform at charity events across the country for the Alzheimer’s Association.
In 2019, Mickey Jack Cones partnered with Emmanuel Zunz(ONErpm) to form Verge Records. They signed Jay as their flagship artist and have since begun to release music. Their strategy is to release a single every 8 weeks, and when a certain number of metrics are met on both streaming and YouTube, a promo team is in place to take Jay to radio. Other acts signed to Verge Records include Trace Adkins, Chuck Wicks, and Scott Stevens.