Speaker: Mitch Marrow, Former Carolina Panthers NFL Player
Mitch Marrow: Hey guys, this is Mitch Marrow. Some of you guys may know me from my days playing defensive end at the Carolina Panthers. What a lot of people do not know about me is that I'm also a huge animal lover, as you can tell by my good buddy here, Bruno drooling all over my leg. I do love animals. And after I retired from the NFL, I really wanted to find a way to work with them. I was able to start a pet care business where we had facilities that offered, you know, things like training and grooming and daycare and boarding. And it was just so great to be able to do what I loved work with animals every day and make a career out of it it.
Mitch Marrow: Being a dog owner my whole life and knowing firsthand, how special that relationship with my pets has been, they've given me and my family so much joy and peace and, and just an added quality of life over the years. And a passion of mine is working with animals and trying to give a little bit of that back to them wherever possible. Another passion of mine, which I've been lucky enough to be able to do is to help, other ex NFL players, find, career opportunities after retirement that they can be financially successful with and, and also, gain a purpose that they can feel passionate about. Another added benefit working with animals is that, you're able to, to give back to both, the community at large and, the pets that we love that live in them.
Mitch Marrow: You know, recently I learned about a school that offers educational programs for people interested in helping animals of all kinds. If you are interested in learning how to train dogs, maybe become a pet groomer, work in an animal hospital as a veterinary assistant or even, train cats. You got to check out these courses from Animal Behavior College. The programs that they offer, create a real opportunity to transition into a career working with animals and to make a really good living doing so.
Mitch Marrow: I've also found out that Animal Behavior College was recently fully approved for the NFL tuition reimbursement program. And what that means if you're an NFL player, whether you're a player currently or you've been active and retired in the last five years, you won't have to pay a dime to earn your certification to work with animals. If you are an NFL player and retired more than five years ago or you have family that really wants to figure out a way to transition into a career working with animals, Animal Behavior College also has VIP programs with very special pricing that is available specifically to NFL players and their families.
Mitch Marrow: If you guys want more information on Animal Behavior College or their programs, you know, call the 1 800 number 1-800-795-3294 That's 1- 800-795-3294 Or you can even just use the QR code at the bottom of this video and mention that, you know, you're an ex NFL player and you'll be well taken care of.