Book Dick Staub For Your Event

Thanks for your interest in Dick Staub as a speaker at your event!

Each year Dick Staub speaks throughout the United States and around the world, offering his wit and wisdom to a wide variety of conferences, universities, churches and professional gatherings, usually speaking about some aspect of understanding faith and culture. He is currently discussing the themes of his 2007 release “The Culturally Savvy Christian” (A Manifesto for Deepening Faith and Enriching Popular Culture in an Age of Christianity-Lite). He offers single, keynote presentations, a multiple part series, or a “Culturally Savvy Christian Workshop” (ideal for weekends or retreats).

Dick considers each request personally, regardless of the size of the event. To help Dick consider your event, please provide the following information (Act quickly, 2007 is almost full and 2008 is filling up fast!)

¢â‚¬¢ The proposed date or dates for event (please note if your dates are flexible, and give preferences.)
¢â‚¬¢ A description of the event.
¢â‚¬¢ A description of how you would like Dick Staub to participate in the event, including the subject matter (see list on next page) and how many times and when you would like him to speak.
¢â‚¬¢ The attendance and type of audience you expect, and a description of the event venue.
¢â‚¬¢ The honorarium you expect to offer
¢â‚¬¢ A brief description of your organization.
¢â‚¬¢ Contact information for your organization, including the name, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address of the primary contact person.
¢â‚¬¢ The name of the closest airport(s) and the distance from that airport(s) to the event. (The host always pays all travel expenses to and from the event).

Email or send your this information by letter to:
Dick Staub
CRS Communications
PO Box 77385, Seattle, WA 98177
(Please enter “Speaking Request” as the header in your email)

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