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NEVERSTOP: CAMERON COLVIN'S 12 PRINCIPLES OF SUCCESS

Introducing “NeverStop “Cameron Colvin’s 12 principles of success. This amazing book will be written by Bay Area Native, Former De La Salle, University of Oregon and SF 49ers stand out Cameron Colvin. His life was story was recently featured in last summer’s hit movie " When The Game Stands Tall " Now Chairman of a multi-million dollar International real estate development company " Rise Above Enterprise "Cameron has been featured in numerous global media outlets from Forbes, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, New York Post and more. His commitment to his sports career, business endeavors, and philanthropy has set Cameron on a path to influence many around the world!

Cameron Colvin, is inviting you for the upcoming launch of “NeverStop”, We are planning on hosting a Book Tour at focusing on 30 plus schools in the SFUSD. This is the first of several events, in support of, inner city music, sports, educational and art programs around the Bay Area that are planned to be launched throughout the 2015-2016 seasons in signature locations with the focus on high media attention, advertising and cross marketing.

The purpose of these events is not only to bring interest and attention to our book, but also to help further create the Bay Area as a center for up lifting students in the Community, Music, Fashion and Fine Arts. We want to bring the same attention, benefits and recognition to the San Francisco Bay Area students deserve.


WHEN  THE GAME 

STANDS TALL

 

SONY PICTURES

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

Nathon Lewis

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Thomas Carter, David Tice, & Cathy Schulman

ACTORS

Laura Dern, Stephan James, Michael Chiklis, Ser'darius Blain, Clancy Brown, Jim Caviezel, &Alexander Ludwig

SCREENPLAY

Scott Smith

BASED ON A WORK BY

Neil Hayes

PRODUCER

David Zelon

DIRECTOR

Thomas Carter

STORY BY

Scott Smith & David Zelon

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If anyone just read the headlines last year, he or she would assume that professional sports were just populated with violent athletes and misguided coaches. He or she may have overlooked the film—The Game Stands Tall—released during that summer. It was a true story about young athletes, with dedicated coaches, at De La Salle High School who overcame disadvantaged backgrounds to obtain academic and athletic success. The main high school student profiled in the film—Cameron Colvin—is continuing to strive, as a successful businessman in Phoenix, Arizona.

Colvin was born in Pittsburg, California, thirty minutes from San Francisco. He had all the circumstances others use to excuse failure. His father died when he was very young, and his mother, when he was a sophomore in high school. His best friend, Terrance Kelly, was shot and killed the day before he and Colvin were supposed to leave for college.

Colvin broke his ankle while in senior year of college, before the draft. Such tragedies could have broken many men. “The losses made me more resilient,” Colvin says.

The movie documents the De La Salle Spartan’s 151-game winning streak, Coach Bob Ladouceur’s successful tenure with the team, and Colvin’s ordeals. Colvin went onto to University or Oregon, which had a good football program and an excellent business curriculum. He was able to return home when he signed with the San Francisco 49ers. He moved to Arizona to rehabilitate an ankle he injured in the NFL. Colvin’s mother’s dying advice was “Get your Education you’ll be fine.” Colvin has always been an outstanding student athlete, being on the honor roll in high school, lettering all four years in college.

Adding his advertising corporation Cam-Colvin Inc. in 2008, he also added Rise Above Enterprises, as a networking hub. He has been very successful in real estate, as well, and is currently working on a $250 million lifestyle entertainment venue in North Scottsdale. Colvin, also, contributes to communities; he is a major sponsor of the Arizona nonprofit Linking Sports & Communities. Colvin is quick to point out that he is grateful to others—whether it be his mother or mentors, like Jerry Olivarias from Marvel Comics—for their contributions to his success. He is confident, but humble, with a passion for helping kids. Cameron Colvin is the kind of professional sports role model about whom we should be hearing more.


MEDIA &NEWS

PRESS RELEASES

APRIL 24, 2017 - Non-Profit Org. Linking Sports & Communities expands into Northern California

NOVEMBER 27, 2016 - "Yes There is Life After Football"

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APRIL 11, 2017 - Former NFL Player Expands his Post-Football Success into Hollywood

JUNE 30, 2016 - Electronic Press Kit "From Athlete to Executive"

NOVEMBER 30, 2016 - "Hands of Respect with Stan Lee" Ambassador & Liason for NFL


NEWS

LSC GOES NATIONWIDE

MAY 10, 2017-- Denise meridith

In February 2017, Cameron Colvin, former NFL player and current successful business developer, became the new CEO of LSC.  Under his leadership, LSC will be expanding its scope from statewide to nationwide. “I am excited about this opportunity to take Denise’s legacy of helping today’s student athletes become tomorrow’s community leaders to new heights,” said Colvin. “With the help of new Executive Director Eric Goss and a talented Board of Directors, we will create new programs to help students prepare for careers, expand our athletic clinics, and develop new training in subjects like sports broadcasting or photography, as well as reach out to new areas of the country.” READ MORE


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VILLAGO MIDDLE SCHOOL

A VISIT TO CASA GRANDE

MARCH 3rd, 2017-- Villago Middle School   News / Archived News

Shortly after the release of Sony's Film "When The Game Stands Tall" real Life featured Cameron Colvin Stopped by Villago Middle School of Casa Grande, Arizona--to lend a few words of inspiration and encouragement to students. Special Thanks to the Staff and Administration of Villago Middle School!!


From Oregon to Owning His Own Business: Cameron Colvin Continues To Stand Tall

FEBRUARY 6TH, 2015--  CHUCK COX

Cameron Colvin knows plenty about standing tall. Before his 19th birthday, Colvin lost both of his parents and his best friend, Terrance Kelly, who was murdered two days before he was set to head to the University of Oregon with Colvin to play football for the Ducks. “As you get older, you see those things were there to prepare you for life,” Colvin said. “I was really fortunate to have a strong foundation of family growing up. And even though a career in professional football wasn’t in the cards for Colvin, his perseverance, toughness and unyielding optimism have helped him become a successful entrepreneur. He started a marketing and advertising firm called CamColvin, Inc., in 2009. Three years ago, he added a subsidiary, Rise Above Enterprises, which focuses on real estate development and funding ventures for other businesses. READ MORE


The Coach Behind The Longest Winning Streak In Sports History Shows How To Build A Champion Business Team 

AUGUST 19, 2014-- CARMINE GALLO

The story of Coach Lad and the Concord, California, De La Salle Spartans is one of the greatest leadership stories ever told because it gets to the heart of building a winning team in sports and in business. Here are three valuable team-building lessons based on the longest winning streak in sports history.

Former Spartan Cam Colvin had lost both of his parents by his junior season. He went on to play for The University of Oregon and the 49ers before being sidelined with injuries. Today he’s a successful real estate developer who recalls the impact of commitment cards. "It was an amazing bonding opportunity. For example, I'd commit to you that I would catch 100 balls after practice, 5 game-day catches, 2 touchdowns, and no missed blocks. It was our way of setting goals for the week and to getting them done. It made us closer. We policed ourselves." READ FULL ARTICLE


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Former De La Salle star Cameron Colvin pleased that movie is telling his story

AUGUST 15, 2014--BAY AREA NEWS GROUP

Cameron Colvin isn’t nervous about moviegoers learning tragic details of his personal life. The former De La Salle football star just wants his tale of perseverance to inspire others. A key player in the final victories of the Spartans’ national-record 151-game winning streak, Colvin’s story of losing the people closest to him and how the football team helped him cope will be shared in the upcoming film “When the Game Stands Tall.” He’ll be portrayed by actor Ser’Darius Blain.

Colvin lost his mother as a high school sophomore. His father passed away when he was a 6-year-old growing up in Pittsburg. Then his best friend, teammate Terrance Kelly, was shot and killed just days before the pair was set to leave for college at Oregon.   READ MORE


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 a tale of perseverance to inspire others

AUGUST 7, 2014-- STEPHANIE HAMMON

Cameron Colvin isn’t nervous about moviegoers learning tragic details of his personal life. The former De La Salle football star just wants his tale of perseverance to inspire others.

A key player in the final victories of the Spartans’ national-record 151-game winning streak, Colvin’s story of losing the people closest to him and how the football team helped him cope will be shared in the upcoming film “When the Game Stands Tall.” He’ll be portrayed by actor Ser’Darius Blain.

Colvin lost his mother as a high school sophomore. His father passed away when he was a 6-year-old growing up in Pittsburg. Then his best friend, teammate Terrance Kelly, was shot and killed just days before the pair was set to leave for college at Oregon.

But Colvin, now 28 and the CEO of his own real estate development company, never let his life get off course. READ MORE


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Colvin Is Full Steam Ahead

SEPTEMBER 10, 2011-- DON SMALLEY

No one said the track to the NFL was an easy one. Cameron Colvin has been on that track and it has been full of twists and turns. But the 2007 Oregon graduate hasn’t given up on his dream, and maybe it’s proper he currently plays for the Las Vegas Locomotives of the United Football League.

Colvin has been dealing with twists and turns all his life. He didn’t have the “normal” childhood. Far from it. Colvin’s father passed away of pneumonia and a heart attack at the age of 39 when Colvin was just six year old. If that wasn’t enough, his mom died of congestive heart failure when Colvin was just 15 years old, leaving he and his sister to live with their godmother.

“I think dealing with all of that made me strong,” Colvin said. “My mother taught me a lot in those 15 years. It made me understand life and how to deal with adversity.” All the while, Colvin was making a name for himself as a wide receiver at De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif. He always had he dream of playing in the NFL, but a  suffered a broken ankle in the sixth game of his senior year at Oregon. READ MORE


Oregon's Colvin pursues NFL dream despite tragedies

APRIL 22, 2008-- JEFFRI  CHADIHA

Cameron Colvin felt and heard the gruesome crack in his right ankle in October 2007 and immediately knew his college career had ended.

He didn't need to see Oregon head coach Mike Bellotti wincing. He didn't need to hear the gasp of the Autzen Stadium crowd. Colvin knows pain too well. He lost both parents before he was old enough to drive. His best friend was murdered before they entered college. He and misfortune need no introduction.

So Colvin choked back tears as a team doctor inspected his broken ankle on the Ducks' sideline during that 53-7 win over Washington State. He peered into the stands once more to find his family before a cart rolled him into the empty Oregon locker room. And when his teammates returned following the game, they hovered around him without saying a word.   READ MORE