Thursday, August 18, 2016
To celebrate the launch of “Cleveland Hustles,” CNBC’s new show from executive producer LeBron James, they are giving brick-and-mortar small, local business owners across the country a chance to win the promotional package of a lifetime. The prize includes a social media endorsement from LeBron James, and promotion on CNBC TV, digital and social channels. More info inside…
Step 1: Create a 23-second video pitch answering the question, “How would my business uniquely benefit from a LeBron James social media endorsement?”
Step 2: Post your video on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #PitchLeBronContest
The perfect 23-second pitch tips:
Be memorable and show your passion!
Tell us what’s unique about your business
Keep it short! You have 23 seconds
Entries will be evaluated for originality and creativity by a judging panel. Participants may be contacted for additional information based on the quality of their video pitches. The contest entry period ends August 18, 2016 at 11:59pm ET. The winner will be announced online on August 23, 2016.
One local, small business owner will win a promotional package, which includes:
one (1) social media post from LeBron James
fifteen (15) on-air promotional spots mentioning the winning small business to air on CNBC
ten (10) lower-third promotional snipes mentioning winning small business to air on CNBC
five (5) social media posts mentioning winning small business across CNBC social media platforms
one (1) digital post mentioning winning small business on prime.cnbc.com
Businesses must have no more than 250 employees
Businesses must have a brick-and-mortar physical location
Business is not a franchise and does not service customers outside of its immediate local area (e.g., does not have a mail-order business or online store)
Contestants can only enter once
More info here
In the clip, Cookie tells Lucious, “When I first saw you rap, it changed my life.” Viewers then get to see their first glimpse of teenage Lucious (Jeremy Carver) and Cookie (Ajiona Alexus).Also heavily teased is the arrival of Lucious’ half-brother Tariq (Morocco Omari), who was introduced in the season 2 finale and seems hell-bent on bringing down the Lyon patriarch in season 3.
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Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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Monday, August 15, 2016
“I just want her to have the time of her life and remember it as the best day in the world,” Ray J told PEOPLE before the wedding. “Even when I wasn’t with her, I told my friends ‘She the one, she the one.’ It was just something about how I felt when she was around me.”
Love wore a Lazaro ball gown, while Ray J donned a dapper black tux with a white shirt and white bow tie. The royal couple also added luxurious details to their fits with Love wearing a tiara and Ray J sporting gold.
Of course, Hollywood stars were also part of the celebration. The Game was one of Ray J’s nine groomsmen and Brandy was a bridesmaid. Ray J’s older sister sang “At Last” for the couple’s first dance and Anthony Hamilton serenaded them with “The Point of It All” during the ceremony, which was attended by 150 guests including Ray J’s “Love & Hip Hop” co-star Safaree Samuels.
Comedian Kevin Hart 37 and his heartthrob, Eniko Parrish 31 got married Saturday. His children were part of his wedding train. Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union, Ludacris and his wife, Nelly and his wife and a host of other stars were in attendance.
The bride wore a custom Vera Wang lace mermaid gown which featured hand-embroidered French Chantilly lace appliqués, luxurious French tulle skirt and silk covered bridal button accents. Parrish then changed into another custom lace Vera Wang gown for their reception, this one featuring hand-placed French Chantilly lace appliqué.
The couple shared shots of their nuptials on Instagram, which included photos of Hart’s two children. The couple got engaged almost two years ago, when Hart proposed to Parrish on her 30th birthday.