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Robert Criner “ Mr. Enthusiasm” Selected as Keynote Speaker for MLK Banquet January 17th

By Floyd Miller



An exciting communicator, Robert E. Criner has been empowering audiences since 1990. What Robert shares with people is not just theory—it is his own personal experience of growing through and overcoming obstacles and challenges. His life has changed and progressed through the same positive motivational techniques, strategies and principles he shares with people from all walks of life. Robert Criner obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 1979 at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas. His leadership ability and marketing skills have been sharpened through association with 3M National Advertising as well as retail sales and sales promotions.{{more}} Before reaching the age of 30, Robert successfully operated his own outdoor advertising firm, selling the company in 1991 to pursue a full-time career in Motivational Speaking and Personal Development Training. As a professional speaker/trainer/consultant, Robert’s clients consist of the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Division, the United States Postal Service, Rutgers State University, a host of corporations, retail companies, community service organizations and educational services. Robert’s mission is to help people discover the greatness within themselves and to become the best they can be.Tickets are $280.00 for a Gold table of 10, $250.00 for a Silver table of 10 or $25.00 a ticket for open seating.Tickets may be purchased at the Chamber Office 3300 South 14th St Suite 308, 672-7950, FSC Securities 3300 South 14th Suite 100, 676-0138 or G. V. Daniels Recreation Center 541 North 8th Street, 325-676-6443, ask for Mr. James Francis.

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