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How does a retiring NFL player transition out of the adrenaline rush and lifestyle of Football's biggest game and put on a tie and go back to a regular job? Many struggle with the transition and http://ProAthletePlanB.com hopes to help with the growing number of Professional Athletes already benefiting from new Social Commerce industry.
New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) February 03, 2013
Every year at this time a host of retiring NFL players return to civilian life. They return to their families, their homes, and their future careers, trying to find a new normal that will pay the bills and provide a new adrenaline rush.
This thought is echoed in a recent ESPN Documentary "BROKE" Directed by Billy Corben. More money, more problems. Broke digs into the psychology of men whose competitive nature carried them to victory on the field yet seemed to ruin them off the field.
ProAthletePlanB.com leverages Solavei™, a new Social Commerce company with 120,000 customers that launched in Seattle in September of 2012.
Solavei™ is a social networking and commerce platform that enables users to connect, share and capitalize on the power of social networks. Solavei's mission is to make commerce less expensive by empowering individuals to earn income on the products and services they enjoy and use every day. Solavei™ pays its members to refer 4G Unlimited Voice, Text, and Data for $49 per month.
Retired and current athletes and celebrities include: Emmit Smith, Bubba Watson, Shaun Kemp, Dante Wesley, Greg Fassitt, Detlef Shrimp, Michael Dotterer, Mark Bradley, Stephen Baldwin and others that are choosing Solavei™ as their Plan B.
"It just really makes sense," said Butler, "when you think of aging athletes, in whatever sport, it's a way they can have a sponsor 'underwrite' them, while they're young, without having to jump through all the corporate hoops that typically come with an endorsement deal and get paid for life. It's like a retirement package for athletes and it's funded by fans and lovers of their sport in the new Social Commerce industry."
Asked if he'd offer Solavei™ to a competitor, one athlete was heard quickly saying, "of course!"
About Michael D. Butler
MichaelDButler.com who found Network Marketing as a single dad of 4 boys in 2005, quickly sold his company that year and began networking full-time and is recognized as a top earner in the industry. In 2008 he launched M3 New Media an Online Social Media & Public Relations Firm in Tulsa, OK helping Entrepreneurs and Authors get their message out in the new media. He and his wife, Michelle live in Broken Arrow and lead the Solavei™ DREAM TEAM full-time. Michael speaks nationally on Social Media trends and personal branding. Michael D. Butler is an Independent Solavei™ Social Member, not an employee or agent of Solavei™
Solavei™ DREAM TEAM is proud to sponsor this Press Release and honored to be working with several professional and retired athletes to create 'Plan B's'.
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