Toastmasters International, a nonprofit organization that works to improve public speaking and leadership skills, will feature the winner of its 2013 World Championship of Public Speaking as the keynote speaker of a regional conference in the Denver …
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Toastmasters International, a nonprofit organization that works to improve public speaking and leadership skills, will feature the winner of its 2013 World Championship of Public Speaking as the keynote speaker of a regional conference in the Denver metro area.
The Nov. 10-11 event is open to the public with registration, and there are educational sessions, dinner and other events in addition to the keynote speech by Pres Vasilev, the 2013 world champion speaker.
Vasilev, who came to the United States from Bulgaria, joined Toastmasters' clubs and competed in numerous speech contests to rise above thousands of contestants from 122 countries in the competition. He offers one-on-one speech coaching and a professional sales training program.
District 26 Toastmasters, which will host the event, is a region of almost 200 corporate and community clubs and more than 4,000 members of Toastmasters. It comprises Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska.
The event at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel at 7801 E. Orchard Road in Greenwood Village will be Toastmasters International's final fall conference, a news release said. You can register for the event at d26toastmasters.org. The full conference price is $190, and there are other options available if you cannot attend the full conference, the site said.
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