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The Learning Lunch at the End of the World
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)
Greenville, United States
If the Mayans are right, and we know better than to question such experts, this will be the last GSATC Learning Lunch EVER. We decided that there is no better way to meet our demise than with a smile on our faces. Comedian Steve Mingolla joins us this month to help us "Laugh Through the Stress" because you know... the world is ending.
In a fast paced world that's filled with countless distractions and responsibilities, it's better to "laugh through the stress" rather than just "live through the stress." Come enjoy some lighter observations of life that will stick to your brain like the ultimate self help book.
The GSATC Learning Lunch at the End of the World
with Guest Presenter: Steve Mingolla, Comedian
11:30 - 11:55 Registration, Networking, Lunch
11:55 - 12:10 Announcements
12:10 - 12:50 Presentation
12:50 - 1:00 Door Prizes, Adjourn
This meeting features easy access from I-385, plenty of free parking, ample networking opportunities, a great presentation, and door prizes. Plan to attend.
Onsite registration is available. Lunch is $25 at the door.
About the Speaker
They call him "The Nice Guy". They've always called him that. Steve Mingolla never met a person he didn't like.
With Steve’s arsenal of characters, voices and topics, he often cracks himself up during his show. Growing up in New York and then moving to Texas, being only half Italian, younger sisters, dogs, belt dads and smoking are only some of the topics covered. His act has universal appeal because everybody can relate to something. “People need to laugh at themselves more, I just remind them how”. In this day and age of political correctness, there seems to be a lot of negativity going around and many comics choose to be cynical about it. Not Steve, he still views life with a child-like consciousness. His mantra is in the immortal words of Jonathan Winters, “…never let that child inside of you die.”