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Chris Tucker, Curtis Martin, Dolvett Quince & More Attend “The PRO Experience”

Superbowl is in high gear in Atlanta with events everywhere. Pulse Centers a Georgia-based company spearheading the most transformative movement in the global wellness industry hosted The Pro Experience a high-energy celebration of art, culture and wellness innovation featuring some of entertainment industry’s elites. CEO Greg Johnson was on location to welcome the hundreds of eager guests, including Pulse Centers founder Paul Webb, actor/comedian Chris Tucker, NFL Hall of Fame athlete Curtis Martin, celebrity fitness trainer Dolvett Quince (“The Biggest Loser”), WNBA player Cappie Pondexter, NY Jets linebacker Avery Williamson, Buffalo Bills running back Christopher Ivory, WNBA player Angel McCoughtry, retired NBA player Theo Ratliff, entrepreneur and artist manager Theresa Caldwell, tv personality Rashan Ali, film and tv producer Roger Bobb, empowerment speaker and author Sheri Riley, “Saints & Sinners” actresses Reece Odum and Jasmine Burke, wig-master Alonzo Arnold, rapper Silento, entertainment attorney Leron Rogers, and many more.

The evening featured live art by Eric9, music by DJ Mars and performances by country artist Zach Seabaugh, former Creed front-man Scott Stapp and the Ebenezer Baptist Church Choir. Guests were able to experience Pulse Centers’ entire suite of products, while enjoying an open bar, food and cigars by Trilogy Cigar Lounge.

Proven benefits of PEMF include eliminating joint discomfort and muscle stiffness or pain, stimulating bone growth, boosting the immune system, improving circulation, energy levels and quality of sleep.

Influencers such as world-renowned author and life coach Tony Robbins, Silicon Valley investor, tech entrepreneur and best-selling author Dave Asprey (founder of Bulletproof Coffee) and numerous professional athletes use Pulse Centers  products as part of their daily health and wellness routine.

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