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Workplace Expert, Keynote Speaker, Author, Emcee and Humorist

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Joel fuses his knowledge of improvisation and his experience with the corporate world to create presentations that make a difference. His humor and style create a positive and comfortable environment for his audience that allows them to take risks and explore their creativity.

Motivational Speaker; Grand Illusionist; Magician

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Billy Riggs has been called "The Dr. Phil of Magic," and is America’s source for all things attitude! Through television, radio, books, videos, his helpful website and live keynote speeches Billy has used an unusual blend of comedy, music, magic, and motivation to spread his positive attitude to more than a million people on five continents.

George W. Bush Impersonator

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Every American wants to ride on Air Force One, but few have the opportunity. Since 2003, actor/comedian/musician and inspirational speaker - John C. Morgan has been on that ride with his uncanny portrayal of the 43rd President of the United States - George W. Bush. And, he takes his audiences with him.
The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band that has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide throughout their career. The group was inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004.
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Legendary Party Band

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Best known for their infectious yuppie anthems in the mid-80s, Huey Lewis and the News gave voice to a generation that was both hard working and ready for fun. Comprised of Lewis, Sean Hopper, Mario Cipollina, Johnny Colla and Bill Gibson, the band soared to success with a number of pop singles. Lewis and Hopper began playing together in the early 70s as a country-rock band called Clover, who acted as the backing band for Elvis Costello's first album My Aim Is True. Clover spent some time in London, cultivating a small following, before returning to the US.
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