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Jet Lee x JS2 Cattle

Jet Lee x JS2 Cattle

At Your Brand Voice, we offer a wide variety of effective social and digital marketing solutions that are designed to amplify businesses in various sectors. We are proud to be expanding our services to help college and professional athletes develop and manage their online presences. With the name, image, and likeness landscape in college athletics changing last year, YBV Sports aims to help athletes create a central hub for their personal brand, produce authentic content for the web and social media, and help athletes better control their personal brand.

Earlier this year, we signed our first NIL deal with future UCF Wide Receiver Quan “Jet” Lee. Quan is an athlete, student, and entrepreneur from Gainesville, FL where he graduated from Buchholz High School. We helped him develop his own website that highlights who he is as a student-athlete but also as a business owner of ACE Moving, the moving business he started when he was 16.

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We also traveled to one of Quan’s NIL partners, JS2 Cattle Company in Geneva, Florida where Quan met Joe Saucer, the owner of JS2 Cattle Company.

Quan and Joe pictured with a steer that weighs 1,418 lbs!

Joe graduated from both UCF’s undergraduate and graduate programs in public administration and nonprofit management. JS2 Cattle Company was incorporated in 2009, however the Saucer family has been present in the Orlando/Oviedo community for over 100 years. In the 1970s, Jay (Joe’s father), and grandparents worked together to raise cattle where the Oviedo Bowling Center currently stands today. JS2 Cattle prides itself on selling locally grown beef without the use of added growth hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. They offer a variety of products including USDA inspected ground beef, roasts, steaks, hot dogs, and specialty-flavored meat sticks that are made with ground beef. Joe spoke about supporting a UCF student-athlete saying “I love the fact that I can support somebody who goes to UCF and I’m glad he can support us, eat our beef, and spread the word.”