Steven Mazzurco Offers Engaging Experiences through His 2 Businesses, Living to Inspire Festivals and SeVen RoCk LiFe

Steven Mazzurco’s extreme and focused energy has led him to create two businesses, Living to Inspire Festivals and SeVen RoCk LiFe.

Miami - January 20, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Steven Mazzurco may be known for his outstanding Division I career at Stony Brook University, but at the age of 20, he took a dive into his entrepreneurial side. At the age of 20, Steven started his first business in E-commerce, which led him to speak to 1,000’s of people across America and other parts of the world. These experiences led him to write the “7 Rock Book” and later the “SeVen RoCk LiFe” clothing brand.

Steven’s first brand is a clothing company whose focus is on lifestyle. Unlike other clothing brands, however, SeVen RoCk LiFe takes a different approach to the clothing industry. SRL places giving back to the community and personal growth ahead of anything else. Their mission is to grow “Project Impact & Charities,” an organization that helps the less fortunate and strives to teach people to live a balanced life. A small proceed of each purchase at SRL contributes to this organization. Steven spreads awareness of his brand to inspire people to live a balanced life. SRL offers clothing for all ages and both men and women at

Steven did not stop at just creating a clothing brand, however. He also created the Living to Inspire, an offline community organization which educates, entertains, and inspires. Both of his companies were founded in a hard time of his life, but he lends his success to his faith and the people that work around him. He thanks his Chief Operating Office, Gloria Garcia and Director/ Producer Jarett Bellucci for the success of his brands. Living to Inspire was successful from the very beginning. They created an event that had great performers and speakers, which left a mark on the beginning of his community. "What an amazing experience I had! Great positive energy with great influential people that NOT only are you learning from, but also make such an impact on your life. I'm so grateful for this platform. DO NOT miss the next one in your city!" ~Lulu Lopez (Actor).

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About Steven Mazzurco: Steven Mazzurco started his early life heavily invested in baseball and eventually made his way to Division I while at college. He worked 3 years playing professional baseball, but his junior year of college led him to create an E-commerce site, which saw great success. His mission shifted from running an E-commerce site to growing “Project Impact & Charities” with the help of his two new businesses. Steven says that his faith in God empowers him to spread his message and grow his businesses. Their goal as a brand is to create quality clothing apparel & unique experiences that people will be impacted by. The VCF is Victorious in life, Contributing to society & Fun Along The Journey.

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