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'Batmobile' Creator Makes Rare Appearance at Teen CEO Show Shooting


The famous "Batmobile" Creator, Steve Sakane is rarely available for public appearances, but he is arriving at the Teen CEO Show shooting and "Red Carpet Gala" with one of his newest creations, the Speed Racer McLaren Infinity 88, to inspire the teens to pursue their dreams. This rare event is being held on July 18th, at the Concordia University, in collaboration with the Teen Entrepreneur Academy founded by Mr. Stephen Christensen.

We all know the serious problems that plague teenagers throughout our society like bullying, lack of self-esteem, and depression. All of these issues are leading to the increasing suicide rates and shootings we continue to see in schools like in Connecticut, California, and Washington.

When TV Host Nadine Lajoie, who too was plagued by suicidal thoughts at one time in her life, was asked how to change the thoughts of society her response was as follows: "If teenagers would focus more on their dreams and the positives in life, it could make them strive towards excellence. The ultimate goal of starting their own business at a young age and being mentored properly would be a giant first step into making the world a better place."

Giving and being of service to the community have been an integral part of Steve Sakane's life, especially his involvement with youth and education. Mr. Sakane is renowned for his legendary creation and is showered with recognition and awards, including the honorary California Goodwill Ambassador. "I don't show off my cars in car shows, because my goal is to inspire people, especially today's youth. I'm happy to bring one of my cars to the event for Teen CEO Show to prove that dreams can be achieved through education and perseverance. Together, we have the same goals to help teenagers through entrepreneurship and dreams."

About "Teen CEO Show:"
This series is introducing the world of entrepreneurship and champion mindset to teens around the country, including casting calls in different cities and even around the world with serious interests for licensing in other countries. The TV Host and President Nadine Lajoie, and the Co-Founders Mike Jones and Shane Belceto, created a unique approach with education, inspiration and entertainment, to give the Reality TV Show industry a brand new way for teenagers to envision their future.

Celebrities in attendance: Jeff Hoffman, Founding Member of Priceline, Charlene Johnson, Celebrity Fitness Expert, Emmy Award-Winning Producer Moctesuma Esparza, the President of UPS, Noel Massie, Vice President of Wells Fargo Bank, Arthur Carter and Marci Klein (Emmy Award Winner and Producer of Teen CEO Show).

To book Nadine Lajoie and/or Steve Sakane, be involved in the Teen CEO Show, and get your media pass for the upcoming Red Carpet Gala, please contact Beverly Zeliger at 949-421-7562 or visit: Check it out today for our new flyer on the event!

Shannon K. Rose is President of Eclectic Media PR Firm. A Professional Speaker, he Ring Announces for various wrestling companies. He is a Hollywood Reporter, Radio Personality and Publicist with insider connections in Television and Radio. Read more stories by Shannon K. Rose.

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