ATLANTA, GA – NOVEMBER 23: Josh Gordon #12 of the Cleveland Browns walks with his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, prior to the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on November 23, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) Getty Images
Eleven years ago, agent Drew Rosenhaus saved a four-year-old who was drowning in a pool at one of the Disney resorts in Florida. On Monday, Rosenhaus was at it again, pulling an unconscious man from an automobile following an accident.
The rescue has created a bit of a buzz on social media, along with some local TV coverage in Florida.
A polarizing figure in an increasingly competitive industry, plenty of people like the guy and likewise plenty don’t. Those who dislike him the most are typically the ones who are competing with him, and they’ll surely dislike strongly that he’s getting free publicity for Monday’s incident.
To any agents out there inclined to gripe, pull someone out of a car after an accident or save a kid drowning in a pool and you’ll get free publicity, too. Whether good deeds are spontaneous or contrived and whether the publicity from them is organic or manufactured, good deeds are still good deeds, and there can never be too many of them.