Cleveland Storyteller Announces New Historic Venues for Corporate Keynote Series

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Dan Ruminski, The Cleveland Storyteller, has announced the availability of four historic landmark venues for his series of talks for corporate events, sales meetings, or fundraisers. His stories of Millionaires' Row and the unique people of the era take on added meaning when held in these historic buildings.

The Drury Mansion is one of four historic venues for The Cleveland Storyteller's Corporate Keynote Speaking Events

The Drury Mansion is one of four historic venues for The Cleveland Storyteller's Corporate Keynote Speaking Events

The presentations I have done in the mansion have been talked about for months

Dan Ruminski has announced the availability of four historic venues for the Cleveland Storyteller's Corporate Keynote Series. These special talks are intended for company events, sales meetings, or fundraisers. With these historic buildings as the backdrop, the Ruminski offers engaging accounts of the leaders who defined Cleveland's history in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and entertains audiences while delivering lessons applicable to today.

The new venues for these Cleveland history events are:

White North Stables, Hunting Valley, Ohio
Windsor White, a founding brother of the White Motor Corporation in Cleveland, owned this once-famous complex. The facility currently operates as a boarding stable for some of the finest horses in the area. The Cleveland history presentations take place in Windsor's indoor polo arena.

The Samuel and Flora Stone Mather mansion, Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
The Mather Mansion is now available for Ruminski's Millionaires' Row presentations. Built in 1910 for one million dollars, this mansion represents the best of old Euclid Avenue. Owned and operated by Cleveland State University, the mansion is an ideal environment to learn about Cleveland's past. Catering is available and can be tailored to any affair.

The Drury Mansion, Gilmour Academy, Gates Mills, Ohio
Located on the campus of Gilmour Academy, this venue is ideal for groups up to one hundred people. A classic Tudor mansion, built in 1920 by Francis Edson Drury, this structure has remained unchanged over the years. Its history will engage. The elegance will impress. Catering is available. According to Ruminski, "The presentations I have done in the mansion have been talked about for months, and make for a truly memorable event."

The Gates Mills Hunt Club, Gates Mills, Ohio
Located in the heart of Gates Mills, this facility represents the finest elements of horse country and its traditions. The Club began in 1909 by those who loved horses and wanted to duplicate the great traditions of the old grand European estates. Polo, fox hunting and trail riding became the staples of the Club. Food service is available. This is an ideal venue for customer entertaining or a charitable event.

The Cleveland Storyteller makes you feel as if you're joining him fireside in a mansion on Millionaire's row. His collection of stories and historical discoveries unlock a remarkable cast of characters who left a legacy that we can learn from today. The audience will hear surprising details and untold stories not found in any textbook that will draw parallels between Millionaires' Row heyday and the renaissance Cleveland is experiencing now.

The Cleveland Storyteller's mission is to share the unique history that led the city to national and world recognition. Using little known, carefully researched stories, Dan Ruminski creates entertaining presentations of the history and helps promote Cleveland's greatness.

Mr. Ruminski was a teacher and coach at Gilmour Academy before buying his floor matting products business, Martinson-Nicholls. But his passion for history remained, and he has become a recognized expert on Cleveland history. When he gave his first talk on Millionaires' Row at library, where 40 were expected, over 100 showed up.

The Cleveland Storyteller continues to research the families and history of Northeast, Ohio. The website features his DVD and book, speaking schedule, and information on how to contact him for fundraisers. Learn more at, or call Dan Ruminski directly at (440) 951-1312.

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