Use your next meeting to inspire, educate, and entertain a result driven message about improving one’s image and reducing the negative stereotypes associated with your industry.
60-minutes just ticked by and your audience is still fascinated and listening intensely. Giggles of laughter echo around the room as educational anecdotes drive home the theme of the event. Intertwined in these stories is visual art that captivates the audience and propels concepts in ways that your audience has ever dream possible.
With every tool extracted from his bag, people are brought to the edge of their seats in anticipation; laughter is heard with each joke. Every sculpture presented is a compliment to your great idea of hiring this unique speaker.
“Dale combines a highly entertaining presentation with valuable professional information.” – Jan Bednarz, Robert Morris University
“Everyone was thoroughly entertained, and the way you brought the visual art of balloons twisting into your presentation was great!” – Gurnee Chamber of Commerce
“His presentation is a wild, uninhibited, fast-moving experience that put a smile on the faces of the advertising team.” -Brad Hanahan, Daily Herald
“Dale mixes imaginative humor and playful banter into his presentation. Like all great speakers, he made it look easy.” – Tina Schwartz, Children’s Author
“You held the attention of our membership for the longest period of time I have witnessed” – Rotary Club of Westmont Program Chair
Intertwining the Message with Art
“We wear our image like a peacock wears its feathers” says Dale, as he intertwines long colorful balloons to help establish his point about how social interaction helps develop your “perceived” image.
Education, Entertainment, Experience all twisted together.
“Dale kicked off our business meeting with a creative presentation that inspired members to protect their image. It was a pleasure to watch his passion and creativity as he explained the pitfalls that arise when one is not cognitive of their environment. He was perfect for this holiday meeting session ” – Steve Cieslica, Project Manager, Trotter and Associates, Inc