Mike Cantrell: Stateline social impact entrepreneur producer and community advocate

Mike Cantrell

STATELINE, Nev. — Mike Cantrell is a reality TV producer, consumer advocate, and accomplished entrepreneur in the legal services industry. He is also a local to Stateline who is passionate about giving back to his community.

Cantrell’s career began in the entertainment industry and over the last decade, his passion and charisma have extended to a wider audience through his work. He works as a reality TV producer with “The Ride That Got Away” and “The Ride of Your Life” with Courtney Hansen. Shows aired on Discovery and Fubo and now can be found on Apple TV, Amazon Prime, and Motor Trend TV.

As an artist, he lends his voiceover and hosting skills for corporate and creative endeavors alike. Most recently he was a character-driven feature on world-famous rapper Tyga’s 2017 album, according to Cantrell. 

Cantrell is a self described strong advocate for consumer rights and said he has built and sold previous companies that help the underserved and disadvantaged community access legal services to recover from stressful financial situations. 

“I helped thousands of people eliminate abusive consumer contracts from deceptive student loans to timeshare mortgages where people get lied to and manipulated into,” Cantrell told the Tribune.

Currently, Cantrell is building a new company to help individuals recover from the impact and harm caused by abusive consumer contracts with his company Ironfist Legal.

Legal services are rendered to negotiate on the clients behalf. Cantrell told the Tribune he has a 100% success rate and is excited to keep helping people and “give back to society in a positive way.”

Social impact projects in television production are also ongoing according to the multifaceted business guru.

The new show will being tapped by Armen Adamjan will create the next “Bill Nye” type docuseries another project, a documentary about consumer rights, is in production. Both will be coming to a silver screen in the near future.

“I found this space where I can help the underdog of society,” Cantrell said. “I believe the future of all business in our region is in social impact companies including leaders like Patagonia and Toms.”

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