Jeanne Roberston Tickets
A popular speaker and comedian, Jeanne Robertson has thrilled the audience over the years. Born in September 1943, Jeanne is a very funny and delightful person. You might have seen the lovely entertainer being interviewed by the CBS correspondent, heard her on XM Radio’s Family Comedy Channels or watched one of her hilarious DVDs but people who have seen her live can tell that Jeanne puts on a spectacular show. In April 2008, she also delivered a speech at the White House for National Volunteer Week to give credit to thirteen hundred volunteers who took out time to work at the White House.
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- Jeanne Robertson, Alabama Theatre Birmingham tickets for 09/18 07:30 PM Alabama Theatre Birmingham
- Fri Sep 18 2015
- Jeanne Robertson, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre tickets for 09/19 07:30 PM Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
- Sat Sep 19 2015
The charming entertainer has got several awards and honors to her credit. In 1989, the National Speakers Association honored her with the most coveted Cavett Award. Jeanne is the first woman to have received this award. In 1998, Toastmasters International also recognized Jeanne’s outstanding communication and leadership skills with The Golden Gavel. Jeanne Robertson is one of the few lucky recipients of the NSA's CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame Award. If you have attended even one out of the thousand live speeches Jeanne has delivered over the decades, you can understand the reason behind her success.
In light of her professional experience and competence, Jeanne Robertson was named Auburn University's Woman Entrepreneur of the Year 2000 by the NCAA Southeastern Conference. In 2001, the North Carolina Press Association also gave her a title of North Carolinian of the Year for representing the state. Moreover, Jeanne has also received an honor of being The 2003 Woman of Achievement by the Miss North Carolina Pageant Organization. Lately, she has received the 2012 Master of Influence Award by the NSA.
When Jeanne was in seventh grade, she was least likely to be a contestant in the Miss America Pageant. However, she competed as Miss North Carolina in the pageant and received a title of Miss Congeniality. As Miss North Carolina, Jeanne continued to address different corporations and civic clubs around the country for one year. To her credit, she realized that people were even willing to pay her because she could make them laugh.
At this point in time, Jeanne saw speaking as a means of making money while still continuing her education. After completing her degree from the Auburn University, she taught physical education at high school and college for nine years. During that time, several speaking requests continued to flood in. Hence, in 1976, she stopped teaching and switched to a professional speaking career.
To Jeanne, sense of humor is not just a way of triggering laughter but also a gateway to success. She knows that her job is more than just being hilarious. By sharing real life experiences, she creates an environment where people can develop and improve their sense of humor. Rarely would you find a speaker who can turn real life stories into funny material which not only leaves the audience laughing but also wondering about her message.
Jeanne is an excellent entertainer who makes people laugh at her good clean humor. The humorist will keep your attention and laughter going; you will be surprised how time goes by with an outstanding performer like Jeanne. All in all, the show is worth every penny, so do not hesitate to get your Jeanne Robertson tickets.
Jeanne is also very friendly and personable. The outstanding comedian always stays back to meet her fans, give autographs and pose for photographs after the show. The fans are waiting for this highly anticipated show to roll into their town so that they can see Jeanne Robertson in person. People also travel from far-flung areas to see Jeanne in a live show. Especially, people who are already inspired by her routines on the Sirrus radio or YouTube videos are crazy after the Jeanne Robertson tickets .