Well now, here's a press release we never thought we'd see...
Originally posted by Business Wire (businesswire.com)May 16, 2011 09:36 AM Eastern Daylight Time Union Square Agency Announces Partnership Agreement with Wrestlicious
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Union Square Agency (USSE Corp., Pink OTC Symbol: UCRP) today announced an all encompassing partnership agreement with Wrestlicious, an American all-female professional wrestling promotion.
This agreement is a 360 degree deal that leverages the best of both companies and should be the first of many future projects together. Union Square Agency will provide sponsorship sales, television production, syndication, media sales, event extensions, venue selection, strategic partnerships and manage licensing and merchandising.
In 2010, Wrestlicious launched their critically-acclaimed, Tampa-based female pro-wrestling series “Wrestlicious TakeDown”. Wrestlicious has a letter of intent from a Viacom-owned cable network to broadcast all-new episodes of the series in 2011 and Union Square Agency will oversee production. “Wrestlicious TakeDown” is the first action/comedy television program produced by Wrestlicious LLC, founded in 2008, which aired on Dish Network, via MAV TV in the United States and Bite TV in Canada, as well as in syndication. It features sketch comedy, on-location beach segments, music videos and other non-traditional components in addition to exciting wrestling action performed by ring veterans in colorful, over-the-top characters. www.wrestlicious.com
Johnny Cafarella, Wrestlicious Co-Executive Producer said "We are thrilled to partner with Union Square Agency to take Wrestlicious to the next level. This is a perfect fit given their positioning as a lifestyle agency and proven ability to grow properties.”
About Union Square Agency
Union Square Agency (USSE Corp., Pink OTC Symbol: UCRP) and its wholly owned subsidiaries Union Square Licensing and Union Square Media, is a NY based company that provides 360 degree strategic marketing and sales solutions. Core strengths include: Intellectual Property Development (focused on integrating sports, entertainment, fashion and lifestyle elements to connect brands, fans and media); Film & Television Production; Brand Strategy; Event Production and Fulfillment; Sponsorship and Event Based Activation; Strategic Consultation; Hospitality Programs; Licensing. www.unionsqagency.com.
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Originally posted by Cerebus'Critically acclaimed'? Really??
I believe the first draft of this press release contained the alternate phrase "longest running weekly episodic half-hour professional wrestling women's series in the history of MAVTV"
My favourite bit was this bit:
It features sketch comedy, on-location beach segments, music videos and other non-traditional components in addition to exciting wrestling action performed by ring veterans in colorful, over-the-top characters.
"...oh, and there's some wrestling also."
WRESTLICIOUS TAKEDOWN: WATCH IT FOR THE ON-LOCATION BEACH SEGMENTS (AND OTHER NON-TRADITIONAL COMPONENTS)
Say, you notice who WASN'T mentioned anywhere in that press release? (There are two acceptable answers.)
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
Random Smackdown Thoughts: Kidman-Eddie Guerrero was way too short. I don't like Bill DeMott squashing the cruiserweights. It brought back memories of Rick Steiner. (shuddering) Good to see Matt Hardy back on Smackdown. I also liked Lesnar-Moore.