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VIPs come out to play! Connects leaders to the team in a fun way Guaranteed to bring the house down
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Our technical support expert Adorably awkward We'd be lost without him
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Seriously Silly, Seriously Fun!

Tired of boring company events?

Comedy ventriloquist David Crone is a former Fortune 500 executive who left the corner office for center stage, with the specific goal to make these events fun!

Energize

Always clean, and always hilarious, David and his cast of characters are that something special that create an event your guests will be talking about long after it's over!

Engage

Use the motivating power of laughter to drive home your key points. David’s unique brand of comedy will have your staff fully engaged at your next recognition event or off-site conference.

Educate

Serious content delivered in a unique entertaining way. Leadership, team building, getting things done. This group of dummies will make your group smarter.

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A few recent blog posts

June 12, 2019

Limits

A man’s got to know his limitations. Harry Callahan, aka Dirty Harry, aka Clint Eastwood in Magnum Force What are your limitations? Where do you draw the line? Many years ago, when I was a low level executive with AOL, I had a conversation with my new boss where I laid out my limitations. I … Continue reading Limits

June 5, 2019

Today Is The Day

I am coming up on another anniversary. 12 years ago, I walked away from my day job for the first time. In the summer of 2007, I walked away from a corporate job. It was a good job. Corner office. Ridiculous salary. Great people. Why? I couldn’t take it anymore. Every day I went to … Continue reading Today Is The Day

May 22, 2019

Resistance

How do you respond when things are not going your way? Do you sit down and pout? Do you pick up your toys and go home? Do you actively throw a fit? I saw a bumper sticker the other day that read, #RESIST. Combined with the other stickers on that car, it was clear what … Continue reading Resistance