As our brand of wrestling education continues to build a reputation for excellence, so too build our inquiries for different kinds of development for different roles within the wrestling world. As a result, today we announce July 7 will also feature RISE 3.1 – Second Helping. This seminar is specifically designed for and open to already trained and active performers in secondary and supporting roles in wrestling.
Primarily designed for referees, managers and valets, this session will also be open to announcers, commentators and anyone in a supporting role looking for more perspective in how their role can support any event of which they are part. This seminar will feature a heavy focus on supporting roles in the scope of a video production environment and connecting with video and live audiences.
“We’ve seen success in our VOICE Online Seminars for announcers and commentators. Weekly, we get multiple inquiries from folks in secondary roles asking if they can be part of our seminars or what offerings we have for non-wrestling roles. It was only logical we would add something like this to the mix in time,” stated PIPELINE Executive Producer, Kevin Harvey.
This Seminar will be conducted by Kevin Harvey with a cost of $50. Those seeking more information or wanting to sign up, please email email@example.com, Subject: RISE 3.1.
In addition to the Seminar, “at least one person” from RISE 3.1 – Second Helping will be chosen to perform their role during the Live Event of RISE 3 – MEDIC later that night. This will be a unique opportunity for learning with possibility to apply newly acquired knowledge and pointers the very same day.
July 7 is shaping up to be quite the day of learning in Berwyn, IL. It is also shaping up to be one entertaining night. Tickets are now on sale for RISE 3 – MEDIC Live Event in our store at pipeline.ecwid.com.
Harvey added, “July 7 is just the tip of the iceberg for what is shaping up to be one heck of a back half to our first year in business. PIPELINE – Wrestling Talent Development Systems is continually evolving, and we are not even close to full rollout…yet! A lot of people are talking about what we are doing so far. I cannot wait to show everyone what else we’ve got cooking.”