Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment’s Crackle Announces Chegg Sponsorship and Integrated Brand Partnerships with Airbnb for Season Two of ‘Going From Broke’
Brand Integration Partners, Including Incfile, Roommates.com, and Smart Jobs Search, Provide Cast Members with Tools and Resources for Tackling Financial Burdens
COS COB, Conn., May 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Crackle Plus, a Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE) company and one of the largest operators of streaming
advertising-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) networks, today announced five integrated brand partnerships for season two of Crackle original award-winning series, Going From
Broke. The six-episode season, executive produced by Ashton Kutcher and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, premieres Thursday, May 20 on Crackle with new episodes launching
weekly on Thursdays.
Chegg (NYSE: CHGG) returns for another season, doubling down on its mission to help young people struggling with debt. Hosted by Dan Rosensweig and co-hosted by entrepreneur and financial expert Tonya Rapley, each episode of Going From Broke will feature a different integrated brand partner to equip debtors with tools, expertise and inspiration to aid cast members Tina, Isabel, Ryan, The Donovan, Jake and Chelsea, and Carlin and Enam, on their journey to overcome crippling financial struggles.
Season two brand integration partners include:
- Leading online marketplace for lodging, Airbnb, and co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky, works with Tina (EP 3) to help her maximize her home as a source of income by hosting and offers inspiration as a fellow entrepreneur.
- Business formation website, Incfile, provides Isabel (EP 1) and Jake & Chelsea (EP 5) tools to turn their side hustles into actual businesses by simplifying the incorporation process.
- Roommates.com introduces The Donovan (EP 6) to their platform to find the perfect roommate as a solution to pay down debt.
- In need of a better paying job with more flexible hours, Enam (EP 2) gets help from Smart Job Search to tap into the hidden job market and streamline the process of job hunting.
“Airbnb started when my co-founder Joe and I couldn’t afford the rent for our apartment in San Francisco. Airbnb continues to be an economic lifeline for many of our Hosts, and for people like Tina who are looking to pay off their debt or make ends meet,” said Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb. “We are thrilled to partner with Going From Broke to support Tina on her journey, and invite people around the country to host with Airbnb to earn some extra income, and meet new people too.”