Brian comes to Premiere Speakers Bureau after spending twelve years in the entertainment industry in Nashville. His experience as an event planner for a major music industry trade association as well as a booking agent for national touring artists & bands, gives him a unique ability to relate with clients, having been on both sides of the booking process.
For 19 years Thomas appeared on Fox News as part of the "Fox News Watch" panel and for two of those years, he hosted his own show "After Hours" on Saturday night. For ten years he co-authored the Common Ground column for USA Today with his friend Bob Beckel. Thomas is one...
ESPN Analyst, Heisman Trophy winner and NCAA national football champion
TIM TEBOW is a two-time national champion, first round NFL draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner. In addition, he serves as a college football analyst for ESPN. Prior to joining ESPN Tebow played three years in the NFL for the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets....
Here are 10 facts about Brian that you many not know...and one lie.
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1. Once pet a wild manatee while jet skiing on the Manatee River in Bradenton, FL.
2. Met President George W. Bush & First Lady Laura Bush after helping produce a Gospel & Christian Music Concert at the White House in 2002.
3. Would love to explore Dubai someday.
4. Once owned an annual season pass to Busch Gardens, Adventure Island & Sea World and would go to Busch Gardens on Fri afternoons to ride one roller coaster.
5. Takes an annual snow skiing trip to Aspen, CO.
6. Fought becoming a mini-van owner as long as he could but now secretly enjoys driving the "swagger wagon".
7. Loves the CBS show, The Amazing Race and imagines being on the race after every episode.
8. Plays rap & pop music in his office every Friday afternoon.
9. Spent his summers on his grandparent's farm outside of Columbus, OH, feeding the pigs and working in the fields.
10. Learned to drive when he was 9 years old.
11. First job was a door to door solicitor for the Bradenton Herald, his local newspaper.