JuBiLee Entertainment, LLC

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JuBiLee Entertainment, LLC
4808 North 24th Street
Unit 1207
Phoenix, AZ 85016
602-770-4530
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Jay Lefevers, the founder of CancerBiz.com is the author of “Cancer on the Brain,” a memoir. “Cancer on the Brain” is the true story of his battles with a brain tumor and then cancer, while running a business, being a husband and father, and coaching an inner-city Little League team to baseball victory. In 2013, the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the nation’s largest independent book awards organization, selected “Cancer on the Brain” as a 2013 general nonfiction finalist. As a business owner and two time survivor, Jay experienced the challenges of operating and maintaining a business, while encountering endless streams of medical expenses, not just once, but twice. His simple request was for his employees and clients to stick with him, and merely continue doing business.

My Cancer Story

Jay Lefevers - JuBiLee Entertainment, LLC Jay Lefevers
Jay Lefevers, the founder of CancerBiz.com, is a businessman, a baseball coach, and a two time survivor after experiences with a brain tumor (Hermangiopertcytoma) and cancer (Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma). He is also the author of “Cancer on the Brain,” a memoir. Health struggles did not impact Jay’s passions for either baseball or business. While coaching from 2005 thru 2007 he endured a 7 hour brain surgery, followed by 5 weeks of daily radiation, and 2 subsequent brain surgeries to tackle complications and remove the brain tumor. Nevertheless, in 2007, his Little League team advanced through championship games to become one of 11 Arizona teams to qualify for the state tournament. In 2008 he was diagnosed with Lymphoma and Jay encountered numerous biopsies and 6 months of chemotherapy, followed by, yet again, 5 weeks of daily radiation. However, in 2008, his company, Lefevers Viewpoint Group was named to Inc. magazine’s “Inc. 5000” list — recognized as being one of the fastest growing companies in America. From 2010 to 2013, Lefevers Viewpoint was listed as the second-highest ranking top commercial real estate appraisal firm by the Phoenix Business Journal. Jay merged his company with CBRE in June 2014. He and his wife, Lyn, currently reside in Phoenix. They have 3 adult children: Briana, Adam and Olivia. A movie buff, Jay invests in Hollywood films, including the 2014 animated film “The Hero of Color City,” and 2011’s “Another Happy Day” starring Ellen Barkin and Demi Moore.

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