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This is your connection to motivational speakers, celebrities, sports stars and entertainers. For over twenty five years Joe's teamed with and matched the right talent with the right event. So, lets make your event a slam dunk, home run, or touch down.

Speaking and the economy...there has never been a better time to book a motivational speaker, or celebrity guest appearance.  Fees have been adjusted to the economy because you can never stand so tall as when you bend a knee to help someone else.  To reserve your trainer, speaker, or celebrity guest, click here. 




   Thought provoking, humorous, and intense. Mr. Brown always under promises and over delivers!" 

Dr. William K. Lyles, psychologist


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                                                              Author Trainer & Motivational Speaker Joe Brown

When you hire Joe Brown your audience leaves energized, educated, entertained, and filled with the possibilities of today.  Only a true motivational speaker with the background as a radio host, tv host,  corporate trainer and international sports marketing consultant, can deliver the message Joe so powerfully articulates.  He has presented and testified to the senate, and spoken to countless corporations on how to increase productivity with more effective labor management relations.

His dedication to research on what the top 1 percent do differently can energize and inspire any audience on almost any subject.  Joe's provocative delivery style in depth research, and innovative approach allows clients to experience a break through and see opportunities in their obstacles instead of obstacles in their opportunities.  Joe's new real estate book Rich House Poor House has an entire book of motivational affirmations included, because no matter how much information one has motivation is needed to put that information to use.  Joe will speak to children at a very discounted rate, because children are 40% of our population but 100% of our future.     

                        

                                                                              ESPN Anchor Jay Harris

Jay Harris (born February 22, 1965 in Norfolk, Virginia) is an American journalist who has worked for ESPN since
February 2003. When he first joined ESPN, he worked primarily on ESPNEWS, but in August 2006, he was named the weekday co-host of the 6pm ET SportsCenter along with Brian Kenny. He also often hosts the SportsCenter 30 at 30 Update.

Prior to ESPN, Harris worked for many years at WPGH-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a weeknight news anchor. He also has local morning radio news experience at WAMO-FM, and national news experience at American Urban Radio Networks, also in Pittsburgh. He also did local radio news at WOWI-FM in Norfolk, Virginia. He is known primarily for his two trademark on-air catch phrases: finishing his interviews with correspondents by saying, "Thank you brother.", and mixing in a high pitched "However" reminiscent of Dumb Donald from Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.Harris has several honors including: a Silver World Medal from the New York Festivals, a Robert L. Vann Award from the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation, an EXCEL Award from the Hampton Roads Black Media Professionals. He was also part of two Emmy award winning Sportscenter shows. A 1987 graduate of Old Dominion University, he received a Distinguished Alumni Award and served as the keynote speaker for its 100th commencement ceremony in 2003 and 2004 respectively.He is married with 2 children.Harris is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first inter-collegiate Greek-letter organization established for African Americans.

On the February 22, 2008 episode of SportsCenter, Bill Walton presented Harris with a cake, to the surprise of Harris. Walton also noted that Harris shares the same birth date with famed basketball player JuliusErving   

 

 

  

 

                                                               Two Time NBA Champion Bob Dandridge


Robert L. "Bob" or "Bobby" Dandridge (born November 15, 1947 in Richmond, Virginia) is a retired American professional basketball player out of Norfolk State University and Maggie L. Walker High School in Richmond, VA. He was drafted by the Kentucky Colonels in the 1969 American Basketball Association draft and by the Milwaukee Bucks in the fourth round of the NBA Draft 1969. Named to the NBA All-Rookie Team in 1970, He was an integral part of the Milwaukee Bucks team that won the NBA championship in 1971 alongside the Basketball Hall of Fame duo of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (then Lew Alcindor) and Oscar Robertson.

Dandridge is usually mentioned as one of the NBA's best forwards in 1970s. He played a total 13 seasons in the NBA, nine of them with the Bucks as well as four with the Washington Bullets, with whom he won an NBA championship in 1978 while forming the frontcourt with another future Hall of Fame duo: Elvin Hayes and Wes Unseld. His play on Eastern Conference Championship Bullets (lost to the Sonics 4-1) won him a place on the 1978-79 NBA All-Defensive 1st team and the 1978-79 NBA All-NBA 2nd team In his career he averaged 18.5 points per game over 839 regular season games and 20 points per game in 98 playoff games . His dunk in Game 7 of the 1978 Finals sealed the Bullets championship victory. He averaged 20 points per game 4 times and was a 4 time NBA all star. 




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