Evan Bass

Evan Bass Biography(Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Evan Bass an American businessperson and reality-television star. He is the founder and director of several male erectile dysfunction clinics in Tennessee and a principal at MMM, LLC. Bass was a contestant on the American reality-TV shows The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.


Bass is the founder and director of several erectile dysfunction clinics in Tennessee. These clinics specialize in education and treatments for male erectile dysfunction, such as pharmaceutical treatment, vacuum therapy and penile implants. The success of these clinics prompted Bass to co-found the consulting group MMM, LLC, which grants licenses to new erectile dysfunction clinics hoping to copy the success of Tennessee Men"?s Clinic. MMM, LLC provides the licensee with guidance on site location, physician recruiting and training, advertising and business materials. MMM, LLC has licensed over 20 erectile dysfunction clinics.

Reality television

Bass appeared as a contestant on the reality-television matchmaking show The Bachelorette Season 12, starring Joelle "JoJo"? Fletcher. He subsequently appeared on a spinoff reality-TV show, Bachelor in Paradise, where he became engaged to Carly Waddell, a contestant on The Bachelor Season 19. Carly and Evan were married on June 17, 2017 in Mexico.

Personal life

Bass has three sons from a previous relationship, Nathan, Liam, and Ensley. In August 2017, Evan and Carly announced that they are having a baby girl that will be due in February 2018.

They announced on Instagram that they are going to name their baby girl Isabella Evelyn Bass Their daughter Isabella "Bella" was born on February 15, 2018.

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