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- Laughter with Content
- Laughter Seasoned Just Right
- Laugh and Learn
After Dinner Speaker | Entertainment | Humor | Political Humor
Having worked in television as a reporter, talk show host, and sales rep, Dennis DuPont has a unique perspective on how to connect with an audience and the individual. Add to this his 25+ years in business (marketing, banking, and insurance) and the arts (improvisation, stand-up and theater), and you have a well-rounded gent who understands the corporate world, but also knows how to bring down the house when the moment calls for it.
Helping folks laugh, and learn how to laugh, from New York to Los Angeles, Ft. Lauderdale to Fargo, or Topeka to Tel Aviv, Mr. DuPont carries with him an infectious spirit. Couple this with a proactive, profitable message that has endeared him to 100,000+ people, and he can help you to build success, reduce stress, and find the fun in what you do.
While researching his upcoming book, Whistle While You Work (or better yet, Laugh), Dennis DuPont has discovered several benefits to productivity and profitability in the workplace through laughter.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- Whistle While You Work (or better yet, Laugh) (2010)
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