Talented Performers You Can Hire for Your Dallas Event

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Written by Tim Grable

October 3, 2017

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Your Dallas event is just around the corner, but you still haven’t picked a performer or a speaker. You probably think there’s no way you can find someone in such a short amount of time.

We are here to tell you that you can. In this article, we want to present to you a few entertainers and inspirational speakers you can hire for your Dallas event.

Talented Performers You Can Hire for Your Dallas Event

Talented Performers, You Can Hire for Your Dallas Event

1. Jim “The Rookie” Morris

Here’s an interesting fact about Jim Morris. His life story was the inspiration behind the Walt Disney movie “The Rookie.”

He is an inspirational and motivational speaker and can connect with an audience at an intimate level. He is honest, humorous and is not afraid to share his failures in life. In fact, emphasizes the idea that failures will help anyone achieve success.

Jim Morris is a fantastic storyteller and knows how to tailor his message specifically for any event you are organizing.

2. Michael Smalley

Michael believes the best way people can learn is through laughter. He is a marriage and relationship expert and likes to motivate people to get the best out of their relationships.

Michael has an experience of over 20 years at all sorts of events all throughout the world.

Apart from being a speaker, Michael also runs the Smalley Institute along with his wife. They have a center in Dallas as well. Through the institute, they work with couples to help them maintain a healthy marriage.

3. Sean Lowe

Sean Lowe has been voted America’s favorite Bachelor, and until now, he has been the only one who married his match from the show.

He is much more than a TV superstar, however. Sean talks about the drama behind this TV show. He also discusses his personal struggles and the fact that Christian faith has remodeled him into the man he is today.

4. Captain Scott O’Grady

Captain Scott O’Grady is not only a New York Times best-selling author but also an American hero.

After college, he attended the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program in Texas. He served 12 years of military service and was assigned to Korea, Germany, Italy, Utah and lastly Washington.

Captain O’Grady went through a lot. His F-16 was hit by an anti-aircraft missile. At the time, he was helping enforce the NATO no-fly zone policy in the skies over Bosnia. He is lucky to be alive and to tell the story of how he survived for six entire days in a hostile environment. Captain O’Grady was rescued by the US Marines, and his story was featured on the Discovery Channel.

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Are you Prepared for Your Dallas Event?

We hope you are.

If you are looking for an amazing speaker, then we hope our brief list will help you with some ideas. You can see here the entire list with speakers in the Texas area.

Have any questions about these speakers? Then feel free to contact us here, and we will answer any questions you might have.

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