COVER UPDATE: Vick Tipnes to host Tampa business conference with celebrity speaker lineup

Health care entrepreneur Vick Tipnes is launching his first-ever Rise Conference, an event he created for business leaders, and entrepreneurs, who want to grow and scale their businesses.

The event will take place from June 16 to June 18, at the JW Marriott Hotel, in Tampa.

The three-day conference will be the first of its kind in Tampa, featuring some of the world’s most successful and influential business leaders, celebrity entertainers and entrepreneurs, who will share their experiences, strategies and secrets for achieving success, says Tipnes.

“If you’re serious about growth and want to take your business to the next level, then you need to be in this room,” Tipnes says. “Whether you want to start a business or grow your existing business by 200%, the advice you’ll get at RiseCon will help you maximize your potential and rise to the top of your game.”

Attendees can expect to be inspired, gain new insights and take away practical tips and actionable strategies that can be implemented in their businesses and lives.

The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., all three days, with a VIP dinner, breakfast and party for Maximum Access ticket holders, the statement said.

Speakers include, in addition to Tipnes:

Rick Ross (Hip hop artist)

Grant Cardone (Bestselling author, speaker, social media influencer and real estate mogul)

Magic Johnson (Former professional basketball player)

David Goggins (Ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete, public speaker, author and retired United States Navy SEAL member)

Tim Grover (Businessman, motivational speaker, personal trainer and owner of Attack Athletic)

Jay Cutler (Four-time Mr. Olympia winner and entrepreneur)

Dan Fleyshman (Serial entrepreneur, marketing expert and social media influencer)

Zachery Dereniowski “Md Motivator” (Social media influencer and entrepreneur)

For more information and to register for The Rise Conference, visit

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