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Peter C. Brown

Humourous keynote speaker & awards host
Country: UK

Our keynote speaker Peter C. Brown loves making people laugh, and his stories about sport, life, and marriage are guaranteed to do just that. An inspiring storyteller and host of all sorts of events, he entertains audiences with observations and stories that we can all relate to in the world we live in.

 

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The keynote speaker Peter C. Brown is a Scottish awards, sporting, and charity host.

Until his retirement in 2008, Peter C. Brown was a career banker with HBOS. He is a keen golfer, and it was in this setting that his passion for speaking and entertaining came to light. As Chairman of Glenbervie golf club in the mid 90s, Peter C. Brown was tasked with chairing awards dinners, and it was here that he realised that he loved making people laugh – and a new career was born.

He has since concentrated on developing his speaking career and entertains people on a regular basis. So far, our humorous speaker Peter C. Brown has experienced the world through travels that took him from Calgary to Chester, from London to Linlithgow, and from Ayr to Aberdeen.

An avid storyteller, his stories are all about life, love, and sport, and resonate with audiences regardless of the occasion. Whether it will be a corporate, sporting or charity event, or even a Burns Supper, the charismatic speaker Peter C. Brown does his utmost to make sure that he “always leaves you smiling.” As he says, his ambition is to be the last man on earth, just to find out if what all the girls told him in high school are true!

    Speaker Peter C. Brown’s event types:

    • AFTER DINNER
    • SPORTING EVENTS
    • CORPORATE EVENTS
    • AWARDS HOST
    • CHARITY
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