Gotta Lovett Promotions, Colorado Springs, CO
Gotta Lovett Promotions was started in 1995 by Ray Lovett, owner and founder.
Gotta Lovett Promotions opened in San Quentin State Prison thanks to Chaplin Earl Smith and Steve Pineda, Elder and Senior Pastor, Victory Outreach Hayward.
The term, “gotta Lovett” was initially the humor of John Lovett, younger brother of Ray Lovett. And was used as a play on words within the Lovett family.
Today Gotta Lovett Promotions is a family owned proprietorship in business since 1997 and serving the community of Colorado Springs, Colorado with a specialized network of professionals throughout the Mid-West, specializing in motorsports shows, live concerts and special events.
To assure your curiosity, our credits and network at Gotta Lovett Promotions include, but are not limited to, “He’s All I Need” San Quentin Mass Choir. This recording of devotional music was recorded in San Quentin by Mickey Hart, artist and former member of the Grateful Dead. The recording was funded by the Rex Foundation.
Prior to being paroled Ray Lovett helped facilitate behind the scenes the recording of the video, St Anger, by Metallica in San Quentin.
In 1997, while the assistant director of the Victory Outreach Santa Rosa Men’s Home under the leadership of Pete Sepulveda, Pastor Steve Pineda asked Ray Lovett to help promote the drama, “TRUCE” by Evangelist Nicky Cruz at that time being performed throughout Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Get the book, “Run, Baby, Run“.
And coming soon see the movie, “Thousand Pieces – The Nicky Cruz Story“
Nicky’s conversion was depicted in the 1970 film The Cross and the Switchblade starring Erik Estrada as Cruz and Pat Boone as David Wilkerson.
While in Colorado Springs Pastor Steve asked Ray Lovett to stay in Colorado Springs and help pioneer Victory Outreach of Colorado Springs with Reverend Al Loma and his wife, Debbie Loma
Since that time Gotta Lovett Promotions has promoted numerous action packed anti-drug and anti-gang dramas and live concerts: “Shotgun”, “The Ghetto”, “Cry of the Young” and Little Willie G to name a few.
During the summer of 2009 Ray Lovett volunteered with the Love Hope Strength Foundation with Lyle Lovett, the Mile High Music Festival, an AEG Live production, and collaborated with Whisper Fiercely in Denver on "Echofest at Echo Mountain".
During 2010 Ray Lovett promoted the Colorado Youth Festival.
For 2011 Ray Lovett helped promote the Colorado Custom Motorsports Show at Springs Spree, at Memorial Park, in Colorado Springs, Father's day, June 19, 2011.
Currently Gotta Lovett Promotions is promoting a benefit concert and drama at the Old School Car Show to support the new Christian Recovery Home in cooperation with Victory Outreach of Colorado Springs.
For more information about Victory Outreach of Colorado Springs, the Christian Recovery Home, the Old School Car Show and Gotta Lovett Promotions go to my Google profile: https://plus.google.com/106983094180569087466/about
Gotta Lovett Promotions
Cell: (719) 323-3961