The Las Vegas Convention Speakers Bureau has issued a “CASTING CALL” for professional speakers and experts who are interested in being featured in the new personal development movie, “The Keeper of the Keys.”
The casting call is open to those speakers who have been speaking for more than five years and who earn an average of $7500 or more per keynote address or seminar. Being comfortable on camera is a huge plus. There are currently just 11 spots available.
LVCSB president Robin Jay, who has published three editions of the bureau’s outstanding speaker anthology series, “The Power of the Platform,” said that her decision to produce a movie instead of another book is merely a natural progression. “Digital books are hugely popular now,” Jay said. “Apple has already sold 7 Million iPads. Technology is doubling every year and costs are halving. It makes sense to go completely digital today. The advantages of appearing in a movie are unlimited. People can watch a movie TOGETHER. They can view it with their friends, a spouse, or their kids. And, with a movie, viewers can gain knowledge and understanding in just 90 minutes! That makes being in a movie the VERY BEST WAY to identify yourself as an expert in your field, AND share information with more people than ever before.”
The movie will feature “The Secret’s” Marci Shimoff. Marci’s newest book is “Love for No Reason.” It quickly rose to the top of bestseller lists across the country on Jan. 11th, 2011. Shimoff is also the author of “Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul” and “Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul.” Another well-known expert will be announced shortly. Several of the bureau’s “Power of the Platform” coauthors will also be featured in the film. For information on becoming a part of this exciting project, which is scheduled for a December, 2011 VIP Red Carpet premiere in Las Vegas, e-mail Robin@LVCSB.com.