Jeanne Robertson Tickets
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Jeanne Robertson tickets at Baum Walker Hall at Walton Arts Center,Fayetteville,AR on 3/29 7:00PM
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Jeanne Robertson tickets at Tennessee Performing Arts Center - Andrew Jackson Hall,Nashville,TN on 4/15 7:00PM
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Jeanne Robertson tickets at Bijou Theatre - Knoxville,Knoxville,TN on 5/8 8:00PM
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Jeanne Robertson is an American humorist and professional speaker who has won many awards for her work and has become one of the most sought after professional public speakers today. Her humor has become famous all over America and each day not one but several radio shows on channels such as XM Radio, Sirius Radio, Laugh USA and Laugh Break and shows such as Blue Collar Comedy. Her real life humor has led to her live appearances becoming much sought after with Jeanne Robertson tickets being grabbed by many to listen to her speak live. She first came to fame back in 1963 when she was Miss North
Jeanne Robertson isn’t a standup comedian but a professional speaker whose domain is humor. Indeed, her words are much more hilarious that any routine even the best standup comedians can come up with. Each year, she speaks live to thousands of people in audiences all over the world and uses humor to pass on important messages. As the winner of the Miss America Pageant as Miss Congeniality, hers is humor that conveys a message and is delivered in a funny southern drawl. In the world of professional speaking, she has won some of the top awards and honors. In her state,
Even on YouTube, this award winning professional speaker and humorist is a hit. Her clips have had over thirteen and a half million hits but her live performances are much more exciting; she has give thousands of speeches over the past forty years. She has made a career out of not only making people laugh but also using this to show people that humor is something that can be used towards working others and is an attitude that can be improved. Her speeches aren’t simply filled with common jokes or anecdotes but are composed of original stories that are captivating and funny at the same time. Jeanne Robertson has been received rave reviews in the media; the Southern Lady Magazine reviews her by saying that ‘once you hear her speak, you'll remember her -- that is, if you can quit laughing long enough to catch your breath’.
Jeanne Robertson has received many awards and honors. In 1989, she received the Cavett Award. This is the highest award given by the National Speakers Association and thus one of its most cherished. When given this award, she was praised as having ‘accomplishments, integrity and reputation are a credit to the Association and to the speaking profession’ by the NSA. She is also the first woman to receive this award. In 1989, she also received The Golden Gavel from Toastmasters International, the organization’s highest award which is given to the person with the most outstanding achievements in leadership and communication. She has also received the CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame Award from the NSA for her speaking excellence. This is an award that has been received by fewer than one hundred and forty people, thereby placing her as one of the best in public speaking.
Jeanne Robertson has also won the CSP Designation from the NSA, the North Carolinian of the Year Award, the SEC Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Woman of Achievement award and the Souther Lady of the Year award by the Southern Lady magazine. With so many awards, Jeanne Robertson tickets literally sell in the thousands with many rushing to listen to her humorous stories live.