Parler, the growing destination for uncancelable content creators, commentators, and communities, today announced the launch of its Ambassador Program. The program will amplify the voices of younger influential creators while expanding Parler’s mission and momentum both on and off the social platform.
“Parler recognizes the value and power of working closely with budding creators,” said Parler CEO George Farmer. “We’re committed to amplifying younger voices and giving them a home where they can speak without fear of censorship or suspension.”
Selected ambassadors will be social and cultural influencers known for unique content, opinion, and perspective who appeal to broader audiences. Ambassadors may also be chosen for their innovation and impact within the Web3 and NFT/crypto space, in addition to champions of Free Speech and ideas.
Parler continues to attract some of the world’s most prominent creators. Most recently, the app has featured:
- Rogan O’Handley (on Parler: @Dcdraino), a former Hollywood entertainment lawyer turned conservative commentator, focused on defending the Constitution and restoring the promise of the American Dream.
- Bryson Gray (on Parler: @RealBrysonGray), a multi-talented recording artist and conservative satirist from Tennessee best known for the hit single, “Let’s Go Brandon,” which achieved #1 in iTunes digital sales.
- Chandler Crump (on Parler: @chandler), a 17-year-old commentator, billboard charting musician, and political activist well known for his striking conservative views and his feature on the hit song, “Let’s Go Brandon.”
- Isabella Maria Deluca (Parler: @isabelladeluca), an American political activist and contributor at Turning Point USA who garnered national headlines when assaulted for carrying a Trump flag to a Women’s March protest in Washington D.C.
“We’re thrilled to launch Parler’s Ambassador Program to provide a content-rich environment for younger influencers and their peers — a place where they can freely express their beliefs without fear of being canceled,” said Christina Cravens, Parler’s Chief Marketing Officer.