Leadership Perryton to Host Dave Lieber

This Thursday, March 12, Leadership Perryton will host motivational speaker Dave Lieber. Dave is a humorist, storyteller, book author, and national award-winning investigative columnist. His presentation, “Moving to Texas”, will focus on adjusting to new or challenging situations.

After moving from Manhattan to Texas, he struggled to fit in and adjust to life in the Lone Star State. He didn’t know whether chicken-fried steak was chicken or beef and didn’t even know who Garth Brooks was. He uses his hilarious and touching experiences to inspire and motivate you to work through new, challenging situations—including a new environment, new job, and other life changes.

Registration will begin at 6 p.m., and the presentation will follow at 6:30 at Frank Phillips College Allen Campus.

The event is free to the public, thanks in part to the generous sponsorship of Xcel Energy and Perryton Insurance. Individuals, business owners, employees, and community leaders alike will benefit from the presentation.

For more info, call the Chamber of Commerce at 435-6575.

About Dave Lieber

Dave is a certified speaking professional and international speaker who entertains and informs more than 100 audiences a year with his customized business talks. He’s incredibly funny and engaging—qualities that have earned him the reputation as one of America’s top storytelling experts.

Dave works as the Watchdog investigative columnist for The Dallas Morning News. Through his regular columns, he works to expose corruption and make positive change. He fights for Americans and shows them how to save time, money, and aggravation.

He is founder of a consumer rights movement—WatchdogNation.com—that shows Americans how to protect themselves from thugs, thieves, scammers, and corporate skullduggery.

His heart is in the nonprofit world. He’s cofounder of Summer Santa, one of North Texas’ largest children’s charities. For this, he won the Will Rogers Humanitarian Award. This honor goes to the U.S. newspaper columnist whose work produced positive effects on the lives of readers.

 

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