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Gene Snisky signs with Eclectic Media Productions

Former WWE Superstar Gene Snisky, best known as "Snitsky", has signed on with Eclectic Media Productions a National PR Firm. Snisky, a Pennsylvania native, is best known for his days as a WWE Superstar and is now featured in the WWE's newly released top 100 moments in WWE Raw history DVD.

Following his college football career at the University of Missouri he was picked up by the NFL San Diego Chargers but injuries at a young age put an early end to his football days.

"Having been a fan of Snitsky, I was glad to sign him on and take him to that next level as a Health and Fitness Expert." Says Shannon Rose, President of Eclectic Media Productions.

Snisky is a working actor with several credits that include "The Hero: Love Story of a Spy" and ABC's "What Would You Do?"

Snisky now dives into the field of health, wellness and fitness coaching by helping people maintain a healthy lifestyle by staying fit with proper exercise, eating right, and life changes.

"I am so glad to be a part of Eclectic Media, Shannon and the crew have been and will be very supportive to me and my career." Says Gene Snisky on signing with Eclectic Media Productions.

Gene Snisky is available for interviews and Bookings. Please contact Shannon Rose, Eclectic Media Productions (347)92-STARS or (347) 927-8277, Email: info@mediaproductions.tv

Gene Snisky is represented by Eclectic Media Productions National PR Firm. Website: http://mediaproductions.tv

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