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Ambassadors

Sinbad

Sinbad is an American comedian and actor, well known for his stand up comedy, television series, and starring in the films Jingle All the Way, Good Burger, Necessary Roughness, Houseguest, First Kid, along with several HBO comedy specials. His own experience recovering from back surgery led him to CBD and Life Pack Organics as he explains, “I tried every recommended pharmaceutical for pain management, and unfortunately nothing had the long-lasting effects of CBD.”

Sinbad’s ability to tell a story, to look at life with humility, and bring humor to real-life situations, makes him a character beloved by all ages. Born David Adkins in Benton Harbor, Michigan, Sinbad played basketball at the University of Denver and went on to serve in the US Air Force. In comedy, he came up through the ranks of the comedy club circuit, eventually landing on “Star Search” in the 1980s, and went on to star in “A Different World” and then in his show, “The Sinbad Show.” Producer, writer, philanthropist, and funny man, Sinbad is a real, relatable personality, who continues to delight audiences all over America.

In his partnership with Life Pack Organics, Sinbad explains, “For me, it’s a natural progression to align with Life Pack Organics because I’ve tried their products and they’re simply amazing…and, they’re all natural! You can’t beat that!”

Rudy Sarzo

Rudy Sarzo is a Cuban American hard rock/heavy metal bassist. Sarzo remains best known for his work with Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne, and Whitesnake, and has also played with several well-known heavy metal and hard rock acts including Manic Eden, Dio, Blue Öyster Cult, Queensrÿche and Devil City Angels.

Rudy has many other talents and is a published author. His book “Off the Rails” is a memoir of his days touring with Randy Rhoads while with Ozzy Osbourne. He is currently the bass player for The Guess Who and is on tour, traveling widely. Sarzo is a great ambassador for CBD and Life Pack Organics, saying, “Life Pack helps me stay energized and focused.”

Simon Wright

Simon Wright is an English drummer formally of legendary rock bands AC/DC, DIO, UFO, Rhino Bucket, and Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche.

Toi Cook

Mr. Cook, is a former professional football player and corporate sports marketer and branding expert with substantial experience relative to established and startup companies interested in penetrating the entertainment sector, sports leagues, player unions, and athlete management. In Addition to heading up the Cardinal Media Group, Mr. Cook played 11 years in the NFL, won Super Bowl XXIX with the San Francisco 49ers, and was the Player Rep for the NFLPA on all 3 teams (Saints, 49ers, Panthers) that he played for. Post career Mr. Cook was involved in Broadband Sports with Richard Nanula who was CEO, co-founder of The Gersh Agency Sports, and co-founder of Dreier Sports, a law firm dedicated to servicing athletes and their business endeavors. He also sits on the athletic committee of Cedar Sinai Sports Spectacular for the past 20 years.​

Royce Clayton

Royce Clayton is an American former Major League Baseball shortstop. He was drafted out of St. Bernard High School in Playa del Rey in the first round (15th pick overall) of the 1988 Major League Baseball draft by the San Francisco Giants, and made his major league debut for the Giants on September 20, 1991. He played for the Giants for the first five seasons of his baseball career. In 1997, Clayton was selected to represent the St. Louis Cardinals at the 1997 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

He also won a ring in the 2007 World Series since he played 8 games with the Boston Red Sox and started one. In the 2002 film The Rookie, Clayton is played by Jorge Sanchez in a brief appearance. The 1999 time frame portrayed in the film shows Clayton playing for the Texas Rangers. Clayton portrayed Miguel Tejada in the 2011 film Moneyball. Clayton was hired as the head varsity coach at Oaks Christian School.

Christopher Hayes

Christopher Hayes is a former American football defensive back in the National Football League for the Green Bay Packers, the New York Jets, and the New England Patriots. Hayes played college football at Washington State University.

He was drafted by the New York Jets in the 7th round of the 1996 NFL Draft. He spent the first year of his 7-year professional career with the Green Bay Packers, playing in two games on the 1996 Super Bowl XXXI Champions. In 1997 he signed with the New York Jets and played there through the 2001 season. He signed with New England for his last season in 2002.

Glyn Milburn

Former NFL player Glyn Milburn was born and raised in Los Angeles and graduated from Santa Monica High School, where he excelled as an All-American High School athlete and student. He attended Stanford University, where he was voted Team Captain and the Most Valuable Player in 1992 and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Policy in 1993. In 2013, Glyn was inducted into the Stanford University Athletic Hall of Fame.

After graduating Stanford, Glyn went on to play for ten years in the National Football League, where he still holds an NFL record for most All-Purpose Yards in a single game (404 with the Denver Broncos in 1995).  During his NFL career, Glyn played for the Denver Broncos, the Detroit Lions, San Diego Chargers, and the Chicago Bears. He was also involved in the National Football League Players Association. He served several years as a Board Representative for the Player’s Union and was helpful in the 1998 NFLPA’s extension of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Upon retirement from the NFL, Glyn became an owner and General manager in the Arena Football League. Glyn has also been involved in successful entrepreneurial ventures in real estate, energy, and technology.

In 2013, Glyn served in the Office of Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine as a Special Assistant, where he worked on several legislative issues. Most recently, Glyn has served as a member of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Business Team, where he led economic development policy and business development initiatives within the sports, tourism, fashion/apparel, and advanced manufacturing sectors.

 

Robert Sarzo

Robert Sarzo nicknamed the “VuDu Man” is a Cuban-American guitarist whose career has spanned over 40 years. Robert has been associated with such legendary music icons as Jimmy Iovine, Bob Ezrin, and Robert Stigwood and has played in the bands Hurricane and Queensryche. Not just a heavy metal/rock and roll guitarist with a classical background, Robert Sarzo has branched out to become a producer and movie music composer.​ He continues to tour, record, and entertain his many fans from coast to coast.

Anthony Harris

Anthony Harris is originally from Philadelphia, and has been training and competing for 13 years. He received his black belt from Andre Galvao and he is a two time no ji jiu jitsu world champion. Anthony is an instructor at Atos HQ in San Diego.

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