5 Keynotes and 9 Trade Shows in 9 Weeks for Funny Keynote Speaker and Trade Show Mind Reader Bob Garner

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Funny keynote speaker and mentalist Bob Garner (http://www.bobgarner.com) adds the "WOW" factor to meetings and trade shows as he and his team hit the road performing at a number of corporate events in just a few short weeks.

Funny keynote speaker and trade show mind reader Bob Garner (http://www.bobgarner.com) will be busy the next 9 weeks. During that short amount of time, Garner will deliver 5 keynote addresses and he or one of his associates will appear at 9 trade shows for some of the top corporations and organizations in the world.

Recognized as one of the few entertaining motivational speakers who actually has something to say, Garner will be demonstrating his informative and entertaining skills at the upcoming user group conferences, sales meetings and company wide meetings for HealthMEDX, Manhattan Associates, Sta-Home Health & Hospice, Fiserv, and Clopay.

“Even though my clients are diverse in their offerings, they still want to provide energy and excitement to their audiences,” says Garner. “I deliver that, as well as motivational information that they want their groups to hear and be able to use.”

Garner is an expert in communicating a message and for over 25 years, he has traveled from Bangkok to Boston to Berlin on behalf Fortune 1000 corporations and leading associations. However, during his presentations, it’s not only what he says, but what he does that makes Garner such a crowd pleaser. In addition to solid business and life style principles on personal and professional development, Garner reinforces strategic points of his presentation with comedic wit, audience participation and, more importantly, amazing demonstrations of mindreading and ESP.

“Most people have never seen anything like what I do live,” notes Garner. “Many speakers use overheads or computer slides and may tell a funny joke or story, but what I provide is stimulating and different.”

There are even fewer entertaining keynote speakers who can also emcee an event. Garner is not only one of them, but he’ll also be presenting that talent at a few of his upcoming meetings. Garner states, “Having speaker after speaker can get boring. So, at some of these events, I also act as the emcee to add some zest to the overall program.”

Using an old show business term, Garner is a triple threat in that he not only can deliver keynotes and emcee, but he has also transformed his talents to appeal to smaller venues, such as trade shows. “For these events, my job is to stop traffic, draw crowds, deliver my client’s message and help them get more quality leads, thereby heightening their trade show ROI,” adds Garner. “However, instead of delivering a motivational message, I promote my client’s products.”

As a trade show mind reader, Garner will appear at the exhibits of Northrop Grumman, Covidien, Cognizant, and Tanner EDA, during the same weeks he will be keynoting for other clients. However, during that same time period more clients wanted Garner than he could personally work for, so he will be sending out his associates to work with Network Appliance, Viterion TeleHealth/Bayer, and Pegasystems, as well as providing technical narrators for Mellanox, and EMC.

“All of my associates have been carefully hand-picked over the past 15 years,” notes Garner. “Whether they are trade show magicians, mentalists or narrators, each follows a formula that draws in the crowds, delivers a message, and increases my client’s ROI.”

The fact that a large majority of Garner’s clients are repeat clients and that they constantly engage him to add the “WOW” factor to their meetings and trade shows is the primary reason he’s working so many events in such a short time. It also proves that whether he is on a large stage at a conference or the more intimate platform of a trade show, Garner has figured out how to appeal to these diverse groups, as well as provide a service that his client’s respect. “I’m grateful for all my clients. My schedule is always full and I’m already booking for 2011,” says Garner. “Obviously, we provide a service that is needed and that works, because if we didn’t, we wouldn’t still be in business.”

Garner can be reached via his website: http://www.bobgarner.com or by calling 805-534-1576.

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