It's a dream come true for former Rutgers football standout Eric LeGrand. In 2010 he suffered a life-threatening injury on the field, but ever since he's served as inspiration for countless people across the world. Now, he's channeling that motivation into his own business. The man who never even tried drinking coffee until the pandemic has now opened up his own coffee house.
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In October 2010, Eric LeGrand sustained a spinal cord injury at his C3 and C4 vertebrae while playing football for Rutgers University. Since that life-altering incident occurred, he has become a worldwide source of inspiration whose message of positivity has influenced a countless number of people throughout the globe. Additionally, Eric has developed an incredible business and professional acumen, becoming an established entrepreneur, motivational speaker, sports analyst, philanthropist and author.
On the charitable side, his philanthropic organization Team LeGrand has raised well over one million dollars for the Reeve Foundation. Additionally, the Rutgers graduate was recognized by Sports Illustrated with its 2011 Best Moment Award, and he was also presented with the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance at the 2012 ESPY Awards. Further, he was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame in 2017, receiving the Warrior Award.