Jon Horner is a motivational speaker, published novelist, and successful community bank president. He is the author of two novels, The Deadly News and The Rev of Bouvier, which are set in the scandalous, fictional town of Bouvier, Missouri. Jon's speaking experiences are a mix of thought provoking motivation mixed with humor. The voices of personalities such as Bill Clinton, George HW Bush, or Ross Perot are occassionally sprinkled in his talks.
Thanks to Jon Horner for the entertaining and fun presentation for our organization. Jon was great to work with and would highly recommend him for other organizations.
Jon's performance for the Cassville Soroptimist Club was great. Everyone loved it. His Bill Clinton impersation was hilarious. We highly recommend Jon Horner.
Cassville Soroptimist Club
Response from Jon Horner:
Thanks to the Cassville Soroptimist Club for the opportunity to speak at their luncheon. What a great group! JLH
Price Range: Contact for fee quote
Gig Length: 15 - 30 minutes
What to Expect
Jon's speaking experiences are a mix of thought provoking motivation mixed with humor. Audiences walk away from Jon's talks inspirationally motivated, creatively thinking, while having some good laughs along the way.
A native of Cassville, Missouri, Jon Horner is a novelist, motivational speaker, and community bank president. He is the author of two novels, The Deadly News and The Rev of Bouvier, which are set in the scandalous, fictional town of Bouvier, Missouri. Jon lives in the beautiful Ozarks community of Cassville, Missouri with his wife, Darla, and their children.
Additional Booking Notes
Microphone and podium needed for performances.
microphone and podium
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