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Select Management Group signs Silver Medal-winning gymnast

By Liz Mullen
Jordan Chiles' current endorsements include Propel, Pottery Barn and DoorDash JSquared Photography

Select Management Group has signed Silver Medal-winning U.S. gymnast Jordan Chiles for representation in marketing, branding, speaking and philanthropic endeavors. Select partner Amy Neben will represent Chiles, who was not previously represented. Chiles’ current endorsements include Propel, Pottery Barn and DoorDash. Select will work to expand her marketing opportunities as well as elevate her career outside of the gym as an entrepreneur in her passion areas of fashion, philanthropy, acting and dance. Select Management was founded in ’10, is based in L.A. and N.Y. and represents over 200 athletes and pop icons, including Tyler Oakley, Eva Gutowski and Lauren Riihimaki.

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