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Booking Bob Eubanks


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Bob Eubanks Agency Booking Profile

You can be the Grand Prize winner today if you can answer these questions: Where are you going? How are you going to get there? What will make you happy? Bob Eubanks’ inspirational message will not only motivate you, it will help show you the way to personal and business success. For 22 years Bob wrote television history as the host of the incredibly successful television show, The Newlywed Game. For more than two decades Eubanks asked the questions that garnered some of the most memorable moments in television history. Along with The Newlywed Game, Bob has served as the genial host for game shows on all three networks, including Rhyme & Reason and Trivia Trap for ABC, Card Sharks for CBS, and Dream House and Family Secrets for NBC. From his experience, Bob deeply believes that our success in life is directly attributed to the way we treat others. He shares this philosophy through anecdotes and personal stories. You will learn the truths and techniques that have made him successful in corporate America. Please contact SME today to book Keynote Speaker Bob Eubanks


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