A Bazillion Extreme Ways to Use Video DURING Your Speeches
by Brian Walter, CSP CPAE

Wednesday, August 16, 2017


Wednesday, August 16, 2017 from 3:30 PM to 9:00 PM MDT
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Episcopal Church Center of Utah 
Wasatch Retreat & Conference Center
75 S 200 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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Eagle Gate Terrace
145 Social Hall Ave
Salt Lake City, UT 84111


Colette Lynch 
NSA Mountain West Chapter 

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If you are registered and for any reason can not join us, please email Colette ASAP. No refunds/credits will be given after August 11th.

Today’s guest speaker, Brian Walter, CSP, CPAE…runs a business called Extreme Meetings. He is a communications consultant, multi-media writer and video producer, and…of course…speaker. He provides customized infotainment and videos to make boring meetings memorable or…as occasionally is the case…to simply suck less. 

Brian is also our NSA National President.

For today’s customized topic on VIDEO ACTION, Brian is pulling from his past experience as a corporate and freelance video producer, an award-winning radio and TV commercial producer, and a communicator who has been featuring video in corporate presentations since 1988.

Brian has presented to audiences ranging from 13 to 13,000.  His clients have included Microsoft, Pepsi, Starbucks, Costco, Verizon, several banks that unfortunately were NOT too big to fail, a regional office of the IRS...and a dairy company best known for awesome chocolate milk.   

Today Brian is going to show all of us how to make a bigger impact with our presentations by using video at a variety of levels.

But be warned, Brian IS a corporate humorist. And he has promised to treat what could have been a very serious subject in a decidedly UNserious way. Please welcome Brian Walter.


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