All American Speakers Bureau is home of some of the top keynote speakers and sports celebrity entertainers in the country. Let us help you find the right speaker for your corporate event or other function in Missouri, MO.
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With the cost of top speakers on the rise, there are many benefits to booking a local speaker. Many speakers will have different fees for local events (some speakers will discount their fee), or may have different requirements for events located on the east coast vs. the west coast. Generally, the less travel that is required and the easier the event is, the more likely a speaker will consider discounting their fee.
Cathy Newton is a speaker, author and facilitator who helps professionals take on challenge, improve performance and regain energy through purposeful risk taking.
Dan Dierdorf, a 1996 inductee in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and a former all-pro tackle in the National Football League with the St. Louis Cardinals has distinguished himself nationally as one of the top football announcers in the industry.
Fouts was named the American Football Conference player of the year by The Sporting News and United Press International in 1979 and by UPI in 1982, when he was selected as the NFL player of the year by the Professional Football Writers Association.
One of Peppers' original plays, "Choices," dealing with teen issues such as peer pressure, eating disorders, drugs, teen pregnancy, and suicide was purchased by Southwestern Bell Telephone and made into a nationally distributed documentary, which eventually won an Emmy Award.
Don Wainwright is a leading national expert in the field of quality leadership. Wainwright served as a mechanical engineer for Westvaco Corporation and as a professor of mechanical engineering at West Point Military Academy before joining his family-run business, Wainwright Industries in 1969.
George Brett represents everything that's right about baseball. That should explain his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 25, 1999. Not only has he shown a strong commitment to baseball in Kansas City, he has also been very committed to the ALS Association.
Very few athletes have the opportunity to reinvent their sport. Jackie Joyner-Kersee is one such athlete. She has amassed 20 records in the heptathlon and has won three Olympic gold medals. Off the track, she is a business executive who runs her own sports-marketing firm and heads the JJK Community Foundation, an organization that sponsors programs for disadvantaged youth.
A self-proclaimed nature nerd, Janine Benyus' concept of biomimicry has galvanized scientists, architects, designers and engineers into exploring new ways in which nature's successes can inspire humanity.
Joe Calhoon is a presenter with Covey Leadership Center and a certified speaking professional in the National Speakers Association, an honor less than 300 of their 3,500 worldwide members have earned.
A former quarterback for the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, Dawson led the team to a 1970 Super Bowl victory and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1987. Years later, he came face to face with another opponent - prostate cancer. Since overcoming this illness, he has become a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society.
Known as a street-smart communicator, Marlene brings her real-life experience from from the factory floor as a blue collar worker to the platform as a professional speaker.
On July 28, 2002, Ozzie Smith was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. He is just the 37th player chosen in his first year of eligibility and he is the 22nd shortstop to make the Hall. Ozzie, known in baseball as "The Wizard" has emerged as the best defensive shortstop of all time.
Pam Vaccaro is president of Designs on Time. Her company challenges individuals and companies to rethink traditional time management and provides insights on how to adjust to the revolutionary effects technology has had on managing time and staying organized.
Rodger Dean Duncan, a Ph.D. in communication and organizational dynamics, is widely known for his no-nonsense approach to leadership, change management, high performance and organizational effectiveness.
Shep Hyken, CSP is a speaker and author who works with companies and organizations who want to build loyal relationships with their customers and employees.
Tate Stevens is an American country music artist, who won the second season of the U.S. The X Factor in 2012, securing a $5 million recording contract with Syco Music and RCA Records Nashville.
Tony Ruesing is a National Speakers Association Certified Speaking Professional. His teaching style combines career building skills, participant involvement, humor and appropriate storytelling.