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Olympic Athletes We’re Proud to Work With

With the Sochi 2014 Games about to begin, the whole world is excited for what this next month will hold. We’re no different at prospeakers.com – especially since we have the privilege of working with so many fantastic winter Olympians!

In a recent article for Yahoo! on Olympian marketability, prospeakers.com president Heather MacLean commented, “Typically post Olympics there is a significant opportunity for high profile athletes with engaging stories and presentation styles to speak to corporate Canada.” So as you plan for upcoming events, and as you tune in to watch these incredible athletes compete, pay close attention to some of these faces:


Patrick Chan World Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist Patrick Chan – Going into the competition in Sochi, he’s the gold-medal favourite. He is also a multi-lingual, well-spoken young man with a winning smile, maturity, and insight well-beyond his year.
 Hayley Wickenheiser Hayley Wickenheiser is a four-time Olympic Medalist and Canada’s flag-bearer for this year’s opening ceremonies. A role-model for many, her leadership capacity is second to none.
 Charles HamelinFrancois Hamelin Charles Hamelin & Francois Hamelin - these Quebecois brothers are tough competition and with multiple gold medals in Vancouver, they’re in the running to add more to the Canadian coffers.
 Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir Ice-dancers Scott Moir & Tessa Virtue are deeply loved in the Canadian community and hope to reprise their gold-medal success in Sochi. Young and gracious, they have recently been seen in a W Network documentary series called Tessa & Scott.
 Heather Moyse Heather Moyse – a multi-sport athlete, Heather won a gold in women’s bobsleigh in Vancouver. She is also an occupational therapist, bringing a holistic experiential knowledge to her speaking engagements.
 Denny Morrison Denny Morrison is a long-track skater with multiple Olympic experiences (and medals) to his name. His easy-going style makes him a fan favourite.
 Jon Montgomery Skeleton athlete Jon Montgomery is loved not only for his Vancouver gold medal, but for his post-win celebration. He’s made multiple TV appearances in the interim years, and is ready to take home another medal in Sochi!
 Kristina Groves Kristina Groves – this four-time Olympic medalist has a long-standing history of athletic excellence and public speaking experience. Sochi will be her fourth Olympic appearance, and we can’t wait to see how she does!
 Alexandre Bilodeau Alexandre Bilodeau was the first Canadian to ever win a gold medal on home soil. Heading to Sochi, he is the reigning world silver-medalist, and will be competing for gold against the reigning world champ, a fellow Quebecois.


To enequire about booking any of these Olympians  for your next event, or to ask any further questions, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.


It’s RRSP Season: Bruce Sellery Is Here to Help

Bruce Sellery, respected Canadian financial journalist, business analyst, and TV host, has just released The Moolala Guide to Rocking Your RRSPs! Like his earlier guide to personal finances and investments, this RRSP guide is a straightforward (and lighthearted) approach to taking charge, facing our fears, and making smart financial choices.

Here’s Bruce on why this is the year to get ahead on your retirement savings:


Still feel overwhelmed? Consider taking part in his 5-week challenge to build a strong foundation:


For more advice and tips, check out his recent interviews on Cityline and the Lang and O’Leary Exchange!


Bruce Sellery is a sought after public speaker and commentator and has toured from coast to coast delivering keynotes and appearing on media outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, CBC and the Globe and Mail.
If you’d like more information about having him come to your business event, please contact us or call us at 416-420-4525.
Filed under: Business Management and Organization,Lifestyle / Retirement / Aging — Tags: — prospeakers.com @ 1:09 pm
Welcome to Dianne Buckner, of Dragons’ Den Fame

New to our roster this fall, Dianne Buckner is most widely known for her role on the hit CBC show Dragons’ Den. With over a decade of experience on the CBC News business team, Dianne brings her keen insights and interview skills to bear in her keynote presentations.

Consider having Dianne come speak to your team on The Art of the Pitch, Seven Powerful Business Trends, or share her Top Ten Tips on the road to business success.

For more information on Dianne and to see a video of her in action, view her profile here. And as always, we are happy to hear from you via phone or via our site anytime!

Tips for Event Planners: Trends in the Meetings Market

This year’s report on The Use of Professional and Industry Speakers in the Meetings Market, compiled by Tagoras & Velvet Chainsaw Consulting, shows some interesting trends to consider as you plan your next conference or event. Here are three thoughts to consider, based on the collected data from over 170  meeting and event planners across the United States:

Executive_Standup1. Hire a professional speaker. Nearly 85% of survey respondents said that their organization utilizes outside speakers.

A professional speaker brings your group their personal expertise, a fresh perspective, crafted materials, presentation excellence, and so much more. Working with a professional speakers bureau gives you access to quality resources, assistance in finding the best possible fit for your audience, and a level of expertise not guaranteed by word of mouth referrals.


2. Consider what “extra” content a speaker can provide for you. Sixty-six percent of event planners would like their plenary speaker to be involved beyond simply giving their keynote.

Ask us how our speakers can help extend their influence and maximizing the value of your event. From multi-media pieces throughout the meeting day to signed paraphernalia from our celebrities to break-out sessions or executive huddles, our roster of specializes speakers has much to offer.


3. Be open to names you haven’t heard before. Less than a third of survey respondents said that hiring a “big name” was extremely important to them.

Although a “big name” can be an initial draw, what matters at the end of the day is the quality of content that is delivered, and the fit of a speaker with your particular end goals. Consider new options and unfamiliar names – but always feel free to ask for a sample video of their work or to speak with them directly before making a decision.


To book a speaker  for your next event, or to ask any further questions, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Filed under: Event Planning Tips — Tags: , , — prospeakers.com @ 10:41 am
Leadership Lessons from the Armed Forces

Each November we take time to honour and remember our veterans,  and for many of us, last week was particularly meaningful.

Let’s not forget that we have the opportunity to learn valuable leadership lessons from our Armed Forces throughout the year! Consider bringing one of the following leaders to speak at your company or conference:


General Rick Hillier General Rick Hillier – Throughout his career, General Hillier has had the privilege and pleasure of commanding troops from platoon to multi-national formation level within Canada, Europe, Asia and the United States.In 2000, he took command of NATO’s Stabilization Force’s (SFOR) Multinational Division (Southwest) in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In May 2003 General Hillier was appointed as Commander of the Army and subsequently, in October 2003, he was selected as the Commander of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Kabul, Afghanistan.General Hillier was promoted to his present rank and assumed duties as the Chief of the Defence Staff on 4 February 2005. He retired from the Canadian Forces in July 2008. He has written two books: A Soldier First and Leadership Matters.
Angela Mondou Angela Mondou – While working for NATO in West Germany, Angela led the global logistics strategy to deploy the largest UN Peacekeeping contingent [UNPROFOR] in history into former Yugoslavia. After nine years in the air force, Angela moved on to the high-tech industry, where she worked in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. As a global marketing executive she was responsible for many ‘rapid results’ programs and exciting new market and product launches.Angela is a director with the Canadian Forces Liaison Council, and is a recipient of the United Nations Peacekeeping Medal. In 2005, Angela was honoured to represent Canada’s peacekeepers in the Year of the Veteran campaign, featured on a special circulation 25-cent quarter released by the Royal Canadian Mint and a national television commercial campaign.
Lt. General Leslie Lt. General Leslie – Born into a multi-generational military family that includes Generals and Defense Ministers, General Leslie holds degrees in economics and military history. He has received numerous awards, not the least of which is The Order of Military Merit, one of Canada’s highest awards. Foreign governments have also recognized Leslie’s contributions with the Commander’s Cross Order of Merit from Poland and from the US, the Commander of the US Legion of Merit. General Leslie is the only non-American to receive this award to date.Equally at home in the bureaucratic environment as he is on the front: General Leslie is truly the modern military leader with a larger sense of purpose and a vision of the new normal.


To book General Hillier, Angela Mondou, or Lt. General Leslie  for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

The Road To Sochi 2014

As the temperature cools, the Olympic spirit heats up. The anticipation for the Sochi Winter Olympics is upon us and Prospeakers is your source for all things Olympic. From legendary broadcasters, to record setting athletes… a little spirit is just what your next event needs.

To book an Olympic Spirit speaker for for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Here are a few options:

Scott Russell 2Scott Russell  is a  Gemini-Award winning broadcaster and acclaimed author, originally from Oshawa.  He holds a Masters of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario, and  is known across the nation for his coverage of amateur sports.

Scott’s CBC  Sports broadcasting extensive experience includes the nationally-loved Hockey Night in Canada. CBC host of the  2008 Beijing Olympics and Late Night host of the 2004 Games, he has been part  of the coverage for eleven Olympic Games as well as covering  triathlon, gymnastics, rugby, cross-country skiing and biathlon at several Pan  Am and Commonwealth Games. He hosted CBC’s coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup  and the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and has also periodically worked on CFL and curling telecasts  as a sideline reporter.

Most recently,  Scott was an integral part of the CBC’s Olympic coverage for the summer games  in London 2012.He brings extensive experience, passion and knowledge to his  role as the host of CBC’s Sports Weekend  on CBC.

Off-air, Scott teaches a course in Canadian  Sport History at the School of Sports Journalism at Centennial College in  Toronto and sits on the Education and Outreach Commission of the Canadian  Olympic Committee. He is an avid cottager and runner, qualifying for and then completing the 109th Boston Marathon in 2005. His three books are The Rink: Stories from Hockey’s Hometowns (co-authored with Chris Cuthbert), Icetime:  The Unsung Heroes of Hockey, and Open  House: Canada and the Magic of Curling.


Ron MacLeanRon MacLean is best known as the straight man on Coach’s Corner, the listener, and some might argue the voice of reason that saves Don Cherry from getting a puck in the head.

MacLean’s broadcasting career began in 1978 when he took a part-time position at CKRD Radio in Red Deer, Alberta. In 1984, a producer saw MacLean doing an ad-lib weather forecast and hired him to host the Calgary Flames telecasts on CFAC, an independent TV station in Calgary. MacLean then became the sports anchor on the local evening news.

After joining the CBC network in 1986, MacLean hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs’ telecasts on Hockey Night in Canada before becoming the full-time national host in 1987. The Gemini Award-winning sportscaster has expanded his professional duties to include hosting CBC’s coverage of the Summer and Winter Olympics, Calgary Stampede, Commonwealth Games and World Track & Field Championships. In his spare time, he is a Level 5 referee for the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association.

In January 2002, MacLean hosted the third annual CBC Hockey Day in Canada extravaganza, from Windsor, Nova Scotia, that took viewers across the country for a glimpse at hockey’s impact and its prominent place in Canadian communities.  As a host, master of ceremonies or featured speaker, Ron’s quick wit, thoughtful insights, and humorous, engaging style has entertained audiences from coast to coast.

patrick_chanPatrick Chan has been figure skating since the age of five. Since then, he has won five  consecutive national titles from 2008 to 2012. In 2011, he became the reigning  World Champion (Moscow) establishing World Records in all 3 categories (short  program, long program, and combined score), and in 2012 he re-established  himself as the best male figure skater in the world, with a second World  Championship gold.

He is the 2010-2011 Grand Prix  Final champion, the 2009 & 2012 Four Continents Champion, In 2010, Patrick  placed 5th in the Vancouver Winter Olympics.

Chan is fluent in English, French,  and Cantonese, and is learning Mandarin. He graduated from École secondaire  Étienne-Brûlé, a French language school in North York. After Chan became  national champion, the school created an annual sporting award in his honor.  Chan was most proficient in physics in high school and considered taking mechanical  engineering at university. Chan plans to enroll in university in September 2011  and is considering a business degree.

Patrick has won numerous off-ice  awards for his accomplishments. In January 2008, the Chinese Cultural Centre of  Greater Toronto (Youth Chapter) conferred Chan with the 2007 Chinese Canadian  Youth of the Year award. In May 2008, Chan was named Asian of the Year in arts  and sports by Asia Network magazine.

Patrick was recognized as the 2009  Ontario Male Athlete of the Year. In January 2009, the Globe and Mail named Chan as one of the most prominent sports personalities in their annual  Power List in Canadian sports. In 2011, he received the Lou Marsh Award as  Canada’s top athlete. Known for his vibrant and  infectious personality, Chan is an inspiring addition to any event.


Filed under: Adventure and Sports,Olympic Spirit — Tags: , , , , — prospeakers.com @ 9:16 am
Future Trends

Where will we be in 2020? How will the economy change? How will our health care system be implemented? How will consumers behave?

What does the future have in store?!

Jim CarrollJim Carroll is acknowledged as one of the world’s leading global futurists, trends and innovation experts with a massive global blue chip client list. He helps transform growth-oriented organizations into high-velocity innovation heroes! Jim has developed a global reputation for his unique presentations, and the impact they can have in helping organizations confront future trends. Recently named by Business Week as a leading source for innovation and creativity insight, his observations are frequently covered in Fortune magazine’s innovation blog.

As an author, columnist, media commentator, and consultant, Carroll has carefully studied the key strategies and leadership ideas that have permitted some organizations to achieve breakthrough innovations and absolutely compelling levels of creativity. When the PGA – Professional Golfers Association of America chose an external speaker to open their 94th Annual General Meeting in 2010, they went with Jim Carroll. They’d never hired an external speaker in their long and esteemed history, and after the keynote, Allen Wronowski, the President of the PGA had this to say: “Futurist Jim Carroll helped stimulate the thought process with his keynote address about the incredible rate of change that we as a society find ourselves in, and I was delighted with the lively discussion in the hallways, the passionate positions taken at the microphones…”

Jim Carroll can challenge the PGA to think passionately about linking future trends to innovation.  Jim’s client list is a veritable who’s who of global leaders – including NASA ; National Australian Bank; Pfizer; Diners Club; HJ Heinz; PPG; the Minnesota HealthCare Association CEO Summit; Johnson & Johnson; Blue Cross Blue Shield North Carolina; OhioBankers League; General Dynamics / Northrop Grumman; the Missouri Governor Economic Development Congress; Utah League of Cities & Towns; Signature Travel; Microsoft; the US National Recreation and Parks Association; Yum! Brands; Burger King; US Department of Defense – Commissary Agency; Rockwell Collins; Oracle; the International Association of Conference Centres; Illinois Governors Tourism Conference; US Navy, Marine, Air Force Child Youth Programs; Nestle…all of these organizations have engaged Jim Carroll for a keynote or leadership meeting which focused on future trends, innovation and growth!

Jim is also an author, with recent books including Ready, Set, Done: How to Innovate When Faster is the New Fast, and What I Learned From Frogs in Texas: Saving Your Skin with Forward Thinking Innovation.

To book Jim for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Something Different: Mark of a Leader

The Mark of a Leader is a revolutionary program that inspires corporate workforces across North America to  improved performance. A powerful, multimedia presentation, The Mark of a Leader promotes lasting results and rave reviews from its unique approach to storytelling and  leadership. Book Doug Keeley or Tim Magwood to passionately deliver this unique presentation at your next event.

Doug KeeleyDoug Keeley is one of North America’s  top communicators and a self-professed “leadership junkie.” Keeley has helped clients revive  dormant brands, drive huge increases in sales, build long-term customer  loyalty, and motivate workforces to improved performance and productivity. His  clients over two decades include American Express, Bayer, IBM, Nortel, Pfizer,  Scotiabank, Sears, RBC, Sony, SunLife, and Xerox. He has been interviewed on radio  and television for CBC, CTV, CITY TV and Global, and been the subject of  stories in The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Sun, The Toronto Star, The  National Post, Marketing, and Strategy magazines. Keeley has written  many magazine stories and columns, and appeared as a subject expert in two  books on creativity and corporate culture.


TIm Headshot(1)Tim Magwood is a creative, collaborative and passionate leader. A colleague describes him  as a “lightning rod in driving positive change.” Tim has the head of an  entrepreneur, the heart of a coach, and the soul of a singer/songwriter. As a  seasoned facilitator and presenter, he has brought value to over 10,000  participants. Before  entering the business world, Tim delighted audiences in stage productions such  as Les Miserables (Royal Alexandra Theatre, National Arts Centre), Napoleon  (Elgin Theatre), and Fiddler on the Roof (Huron Country Playhouse). In  the mid 1990s he joined Canada’s largest private communications firm at the  time, ICE, as a Senior Account Director, and worked with many of Canada’s  biggest and best corporations. He left to pursue his passion for training,  becoming a senior consultant and trainer with Horn and Associates where he  designed and delivered sales and sales management training programs. In  1999, his vision was to create the “defacto sales learning leader in Canada.”  He started Fusion Learning, which became the fastest growing sales  effectiveness firm in the country, providing programs for hundreds of corporate  clients including Dynamic Funds, Rogers, BDC, Molson Coors, and TD Bank. Tim  sold his shares in Fusion in 2010, but continues to work with them. Tim reunited with ICE’s CEO Doug Keeley as a Consultant Storyteller at the Mark of a  Leader in late 2012.

Tim now combines his unique skills and passion for  leadership to teach, challenge, and inspire businesses and educators through  The Mark of a Leader program. Outside  of work, he enjoys time with his wife and 3 kids, and fuelling his passion for  music, recently releasing his second successful CD of original songs.

To book Doug or Tim for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Laugh with these Ladies

Looking for some laughs AND knowledge at your next event? Susan Stewart, Meg Soper and Judy Croon deliver! You certainly don’t want to miss out on these funny ladies. Susan motivates audiences on how to better our health and stress levels through laughter. Meg discusses communication, teamwork and strategies for success. Judy explains how we can deal with difficult people and situations in order to achieve our goals.

Susan, Meg and Judy co-authored the hilarious and insightful book “From Stage to the Page: Life Lessons from Four Funny Ladies” alongside Judy Suke.

Check out all these funny ladies have to offer.

To book Susan, Meg or Judy  for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Susan Stewart2Susan Stewart is a recovering stand-up  comic turned Human Resources Professional, turned author and inspirational  speaker… long story, but here’s what happened in a nutshell… After touring Canada with 3 one-woman  shows and performing at comedy clubs around Canada for 5 years, Susan decided  to leave stand-up comedy in 2003. Through a series of unplanned, yet extremely  purposeful events, Susan found herself working in a Human Resources branch  within the Ontario Government… comedy to HR, a natural progression?  Throughout her shockingly enjoyable and passionate career as a organizational  learning and development consultant, Susan became inspired to get back on stage  and use her comedic powers for good, rather than evil! Since 2005, Susan has been traveling  across North America helping people see the lighter side of work and life. With her memorable high energy and quick  wit, Susan has made a positive impact on many private and public-sector  organizations, school boards, universities, and associations. Some of Susan’s  most recent clients include The Bank of Montreal, Apple, Novartis Consumer  Health Inc., and DuPont Canada. Susan is a contributing author of three  self-development books: Awakening  The Workplace -  Volume 3, The  Master Mind Group, and Bushido  Business. A veteran with the microphone, Susan is  also a popular event host. She has hosted many corporate and special events.  She is known to have the “Billy Crystal-Appeal” and is often invited  to host an event multiple times.

Meg SoperMeg Soper is a keynote motivational humourist speaker who combines the skills of a premiere stand-up comic with the hands on experience in health care to provide motivational, inspirational entertainment for her audiences. Her experience as a stand up comic, operating room nurse and mother of two teenagers enable her to deliver a unique package of humorous anecdotes, and stress busting strategies for everyday living. Meg’s emergence as a business-related motivational humourist was inspired by her belief that laughter is one of the most effective ways to deal with the day to day stress in our lives. Her comedic skills enable her, as a leading motivator, to connect with the audience, break barriers and deliver practical tools and strategies to be more effective at work and at home.  Meg offers strategies for life balance and improved communication with the knock out punch of comedy. While Meg’s emergence as a premiere motivational humourist was influenced by her ability to make people laugh, it was working in the pressurized environment of hospital operating rooms that she realized how humour could help people better communicate and deal with stressful situations.  Meg has a keen eye for dealing with the roadblocks that we encounter on a daily basis. She is able to motivate people to develop new ways of looking at the options that life presents. In this way, Meg enables the innate talents within everyone for making those choices that will move us along the path to productive and balanced living. Her unique blend of comedy and inspirational stories provides “humour with a heart”. This sets her apart from other motivational speakers in Ontario and Canada. These presentations are filled with laughter, life lessons and stress reducing strategies that motivate personal improvement. During her many years as a stand up comic, Meg learned to recognize the very strong connection between laughter and attitude. The energy she derived as a humorist told her that there was a physiology to laughter. Now speaking as a motivational humorist to audiences using “humour with a heart” she is able to connect with people, motivate them and leave them feeling uplifted and energized.

Judy Croon

Judy Croon is a comedian, MC,  motivational humourist, radio broadcaster, author and proud to have never been  in jail. She has been the opening act for Joan  Rivers, Wynonna Judd, Robert Klein, Weird Al, Dionne Warwick and Anne Murray.  Her specials have appeared on NBC, CBS, CTV and The Comedy Network. Judy has co-hosted morning radio shows on  Toronto’s Mix 99.9, LA’s KFRG and XM Radio with Mike Bullard. And she is a  co-author of the book From the Stage to the Page: Life Lessons from  Four Funny Ladies! Judy is the creator and host of   “Laughlines” and “Stand Up for The Girls,” events which  have raised over $650,000 for breast cancer research. As a corporate speaker, she draws from  her performance experience, wit, and insight to entertain, inform and inspire  in her dynamic keynotes entitled “Taming Hecklers: Dealing with Difficult  People” (this is not your typical difficult people talk!) and “Relieving  Stress with Humour – Judy’s 7 Ingredients to Living Well That Don’t Include  Tofu.


To book Susan, Meg or Judy  for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Filed under: Entertainment / Comedy,Womens Issues — Tags: , , — prospeakers.com @ 3:58 pm
Give Thanks, not Spanx

With Canadian Thanksgiving just around the corner, check out these healthy tips from expert nutritionist Theresa Albert. She teaches us that we can still enjoy this festive meal while practicing some easy, nutritious habits. Be sure to check out Theresa’s website for even more great advice on how to eat and live well.

To book Theresa for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Give Thanks, not Spanx

By Theresa Albert, DHN, RNCP



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Much of the disastrous 10 pounds per decade (that is suspected of being the foundation of our obesity crisis) is acquired between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Regardless of your familial background, there are more gatherings, celebrations and opportunities to eat at this time of year. Navigating them so you can enjoy without the backside burden takes a tiny bit of practice.

I share these tips every year but somehow we forget not to get caught up in the festivities.  Half the deal is a mind game, really. This is likely not the last turkey you will ever enjoy, mashed potatoes can be made healthier and more often. Enjoy the day in a manageable way and get back to your healthier routine in between parties.

Here are some party tricks that work wonders at preventing the gobble, gobble, undo my pants, gobble:

  1. Always bring a veggie platter with low fat yogurt dip or hummus
  2. Seat yourself next to said platter and nibble to your heart’s content
  3. Promise yourself you will not eat the chips, popcorn, peanuts, chocolates and any other manner of crap before dinner. (After dinner, if you are still hungry…hahaha…go ahead)
  4. When dinner is served fill half of your plate with green vegetables, ¼ with starchy vegetables like carrots and squash and the other ¼ with lean protein
  5. Try this recipe for better mashed potatoes
  6. Avoid anything deep fried. (Note: This is the first time I have used the word “avoid”)
  7. Never have more than 2 alcoholic beverages
  8. Take a piece of aunt Cheryl’s cake home and cut into small squares, freeze for treats.

The key is to decide in your head and heart that you will feel better if you don’t over indulge. What you really want is the comfort of the people you love and the warmth of that will sustain you.  Nourishing your time with them however you can is the key. (Or, get on a plane and go south for some sunshine. Tell them your nutritionist told you that you were vitamin D deficient and you really couldn’t make it this year. I am down with both plans) Any way you slice it, it is moments that sustain you and the good food and feelings that go with them.

To book Theresa for your next event, give us a call at 416-420-4525 or be in touch via our site.

Filed under: Health / Fitness / Stress — Tags: , — prospeakers.com @ 2:19 pm
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