"STRIPPED" The Play and The Loan Closet Initiative
July 25, 2011
Hosted by LaMar Campbell
Be sure to tune in this Monday at 6PM Eastern for Life After The Game with host LaMar Campbell. This week we will have returning guests Ryan Stewart and Dorsey Levens Co-Stars on the stage play “STRIPPED” and NFL Retired Players of Detroit President Ron Rice. Tune is as LaMar, Ryan and Dorsey discuss the highly anticipated debut of their play “Stripped” which focuses on the revealing the true charge and sacrifice of being a high profile athlete through the lives of four other ball players. These issues are scrutinized, quickly offering a true “fly on the wall” perspective and the price that is paid by these men and their mates. But stay tuned as LaMar and Ron Rice discuss his Loan Closet Initiative and how the Lockout will effect retired players around the country. Based in Detroit the Loan Closet Initiative provides players with assistance with health, medical benefits and supplies. You won’t want to miss this episode of NFL Vets making an impact in their Life After The Game! www.lifeafterthegame.com
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Life After the Game is a radio show that explores the inside world of athletes and how they handle their business affairs outside of the interviews and lifestyle that we see in the media. It focuses on athletes in the business world and exposes their intelligence, creativity and success beyond their sport. We will profile current and retired professional athletes from different sports. You will experience insight into health, business and aspects of lifestyle of the subject as they navigate through their businesses and/or organizations. Life After the Game shines a different light on the professional athlete, one that spotlights their intellectual accomplishments rather than their athletic ones. It will also focus on the opportunities that are available with different business organizations, franchises and CEO’s. We will get to know their motivations goals and personalities in their “Life After the Game.”
LaMar Campbell was born and grew up in in Chester, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. He attended the University of Wisconsin in 1994 and left the University as a free agent into the NFL with the Detroit Lions. He played with the Detroit Lions from 1998-2004. While in Detroit he participated in many in many charitable programs including Big brother and Big Sister of Detroit and volunteered regularly at Campbell Elementary School.
After the NFL he then went on to intern in the Detroit Lions Scouting Department. During this period LaMar fell in love the aspect of Player Development and the opportunities that he missed while still a player to further advance his career after his playing days. After becoming a licensed realtor in Atlanta, Lamar then proceeded to take advantage of the prestigious Wharton School of Business in the Sports Business Initiative Program offered by the NFL Player Development and studied real estate development and planning.
In 2007 Lamar opened his own real estate company in Atlanta, The Success of Real Estate LLC. LaMar currently devotes all his time to help people achieve home ownership as well as small business ventures and franchising. LaMar has begun a second career helping retired athletes transition from professional athletics to the corporate realm. He is an active member of the Atlanta.NFLPA . He is a fervent fan of Philly and Detroit based professional and high school sports.