Wrestlers: Seats Still Remain in Seminar with IMPACT This Friday in Pittsburgh

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Seats still remain for this Friday’s World Class Development Seminar, Lights, Camera, ACTION: The Art of TV. This unique Seminar is focused specifically on preparing talents to ply their trade on professional wrestling events that are being produced for television. This Seminar’s facilitators include former WWE and current IMPACT Writer Jimmy Jacobs, IMPACT Creative Director Sonjay Dutt, IMPACT Hall of Famer and Knockouts TV Producer Gail Kim and IMPACT Executive Vice President Scott D’Amore.

Registration fee for this Seminar is $150 and covers a full nine hour day starting at 12 PM, signups are still open at rise-wrestling.com/seminar. This Seminar is open to men and women in all wrestling roles.

“This Seminar is of great importance to the future of RISE, the future of IMPACT and the future of all wrestling. Television is such a unique environment, and so many people get caught by what they do not know in the precise moment they do not know it. Through this Seminar, we hope to prepare a future generation of talents to be better prepared  if they are chosen for their career’s next steps. On top of that, this has openly been called a direct scouting report for IMPACT Wrestling. And we know at least one of the women from the Seminar who is part of the RISE – ASCENT Tapings will receive a future opportunity with IMPACT, ” said RISE Executive Producer Kevin Harvey.

“These kids have no idea how much knowledge they are going to get out of this Seminar. I wish. I WISH there was anything close to this years ago,” said IMPACT Writer Jimmy Jacobs.

In addition to the tremendous opportunity ahead for IMPACT, there is also nearly immediate opportunity from women in this Seminar during the course of our RISE – ASCENT tapings May 12. Several women will be selected for roles to be part of our new, weekly program.

Wrestlers, why wait? If you are free Friday, May 11, join us for RISE – Lights, Camera, ACTION: The Art of TV!

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