LLP Legal Plans announces the engagement of I-Rey Productions, Inc. as well as the appointment of Herbert Dogan III President of I-Rey Productions to the LLP Legal Plans Board of Directors

LLP Legal Plans announces the engagement of I-Rey Productions, Inc. as well as the appointment of Herbert Dogan III President of I-Rey Productions to the LLP Legal Plans Board of Directors

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SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LLP Legal Plans, Inc. has announced that they have entered into an agreement with I-Rey Productions, Inc., a Redondo, California, based Sports Marketing Firm as it plans to launch its legal plans for individuals and employee groups in mid February in California, Colorado and Utah.   In addition, Herbert Dogan III, President of I-Rey Productions, has also been appointed to the LLP Legal Plans, Inc. Board of Directors.

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"It has been our intention from the inception of the company to utilize sports marketing to penetrate the legal plan market.  We plan to sign several high profile athletes from multiple professional sports leagues to feature in both print and television ads.  Sports' marketing has proven itself to be one of the most effective forms of marketing.  We believe that Herb's proven track record for success shall continue for our company, as well.  It is also an honor to have Mr. Dogan sitting on our Board," said Scott Weissman, CEO of LLP Legal Plans.

About Herb Dogan

Herb Dogan is the President of I-Rey Inc., and the founder of I-Rey Productions LLC and Dogan Sports Management, a California based sports marketing firm.  As a private producer Herb Dogan's projects have featured superstar athletes including Lebron James, and Shaquille O'Neal. Mr. Dogan was also the COO for CWC Sports Marketing, an established leader in sports publishing for the NFL, NHL, NBA and MLB.

Herbert Dogan's experience in sports marketing is extensive. He has orchestrated successful campaigns and produced commercials for companies including Nike, and Verizon with featuring superstars such as Lebron James, and Shaquille O'Neal. Mr. Dogan was formerly the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of GAMEDAY Media LLC.  GAMEDAY Media is the official publisher of the NFL Players Association magazine, "Football Heroes." Mr. Dogan has developed ancillary properties for such athletes as Kurt Warner, Edgerrin James, Marshall Faulk, Jerome Bettis, Warren Sapp, Zack Thomas, Emmitt Smith, Randy Moss, Jason Sehorn, and Ed McCaffrey. Mr. Dogan was also formerly the Vice President of Player Relations at ALL-STAR Arena Entertainment, where he developed entertainment properties for such athletes as Karl Malone, Chris Webber, Barry Bonds, Mark McGuire, Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, Roger Clemens and Randy Johnson.

About LLP Legal Plans, Inc.

LLP Legal Plans based in Salt Lake City Utah Inc., founded in 2010, designs administers and markets comprehensive legal plans for employers, affinity groups and individual consumers for a monthly premium. 

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