Christina Mandrell’s parents are Irlene and Rob Pincus. However, It appears that women fainting on staircases is becoming a frequent occurrence on The Bachelor.
Although we enjoy the drama, it can’t be easy for women to cry and maneuver their bodies on a rigid staircase.
In the 27th season of “The Bachelor,” we have already witnessed one such sobbing staircase moment with 27-year-old Christina Mandrell.
Thankfully, Christina has a good sense of humor about the situation. She recreated the moment in a lighthearted manner in an Instagram post from January 21st, which showed that it looks less painful in the bright light of day.
Christina’s Cool Mom
It turns out that Christina comes from a famous family. She and her mother, Irlene, are part of the country-western music group “Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters.”
Although Barbara may be more well-known, Irlene broke barriers during her performing days. So, it’s possible that Christina inherited her flair for the dramatic from her mother.
In an interview with Girl Guitar Magazine at C.M.A. in July 2018, Irlene Mandrell spoke about her pioneering role as “one of the first commercially significant female drummers.”
Although she has since moved on from music, her time behind the drum kit made a lasting impression on many aspiring musicians.
When asked why she chose to play the drums, Irlene explained that it was the only instrument left and that her family needed a drummer, so she stepped up to the plate.
This shows how cool Irlene is. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Christina’s father, Rob Pincus.
Rob Pincus is a gun rights activist and the founder of I.C.E. Training Company, which stands for Integrity, Consistency, and Efficiency. Although the acronym sounds vague, Rob is passionate about his cause.
According to their website, I.C.E. Training Company provides training in firearms, tactical operations, and defensive skills using efficient methodologies.
Rob Pincus, the founder of I.C.E., is qualified for this line of work for quite ominous reasons. He has served as a law enforcement officer and an executive protection agent and was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve.
In addition to his work with I.C.E., Rob also writes for S.W.A.T. Magazine. This further solidifies his expertise in the field.
One of the most interesting aspects of I.C.E. is that they are frequently sought out as consultants for team building and leadership development by business leaders and multinational corporations.
They offer unique programs that involve familiarization with firearms and other experiences.
While firearms may not be everyone’s idea of team building, it’s clear that I.C.E. offers a unique approach to leadership and development.
Some may prefer a raise, but for those interested in firearms, I.C.E. is a top choice.