Bob Eubanks, Host of the Newlywed Game, is now a noted Keynote Speaker to corporate America. Working with such companies as Southwest Airlines, John Hancock Insurance, & Wachovia Bank just to name a few.
Each year Bob can be seen all over the world, hosting the Tournament of Roses New Year’s Day Parade, for Tribune Broadcasting, The Travel Channel and Hallmark Channel.
There are successful DJ’s like Ryan Seacrest, Casey Kasem, and Rick Dees. There are artist managers who take unknown personalities and make them big stars. There are concert promoters like Live Nation and AEG.
There are TV producers who are known within the industry and there are TV personalities like Tom Bergeron, Bob Barker, and Pat Sajak. There are people who have won multiple Emmy’s, and there are people that have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But, only one person, in the entire entertainment industry, has done it all.
He was one of the top Rock and Roll DJ’s in Los Angeles at the number one radio station for seven years. He managed and crafted the careers of Dolly Parton and Barbara Mandrell. He produced some of the biggest concerts ever with the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, & Merle Haggard. He was one of the top TV producers, having produced network and syndicated game shows and variety TV.
Bob Eubanks | Celebrity Game Show Host | Event Emcee
He hosted some of TV’s most successful daytime programs such as Card Sharks and The Newlywed Game. He is the only game show personality to host the same format with original programming for five decades and TV Guide named him one of the top five Game Show Hosts of all time.
He’s won five Emmy’s including a lifetime achievement award and became the last person to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the twentieth century. Yes, he is one of a kind, he is Bob Eubanks.
- Multiple Emmy Award winning coverage of the Rose Parade, traditionally receives a fifty plus share
- One of the highest-rated television shows in Southern California
- Many years surpassing the ratings of the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards
Bob has produced television shows for all three of the major networks and for the syndicated market. Producer credits include: • The Toni Tennille Show • Buddy Hackett’s You Bet Your Life • All Star Secrets • The Guinness Game • Infatuation, Motion Picture Producer Credits: • Payback
In 1964 & 1965 Eubanks produced The Beatles concerts at the Hollywood Bowl. This was the beginning of a 20 year concert promotion career that included:
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Merle Haggard, Barry Manilow, Elton John, Bob Dylan, just to name a few…
During that time Eubanks became one of the largest concert promoters in America, producing over 100 concerts per year nationwide. Oh and by the way… he’s a heck of a cowboy! I guess he really is ONE OF A KIND!
IT’S ALL ABOUT PEOPLE
It’s All About People is a one-hour keynote address sending a strong message with an added dose of humor. As the host of the popular ABC game show The Newlywed Game for eight years, Bob Eubanks learned important people skills. With these skills, he went on to manage the careers of the late Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton and Barbara Mandrell and produced concerts for the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Bob’s career began in radio. During his years as a disc jockey, Bob realized that in order to be truly successful he could apply his strengths and talents in other areas. This has given him a unique business strategy that has worked well for him over the years. His experiences have given him a rich perspective on building relationships, or partnerships, both personal and in business.
It’s All About People weaves funny clips from the original Newlywed Game to emphasize Bob’s message. It encompasses many thought-provoking topics that are relevant both in the workplace and in the personal lives of audiences. Men and women over a wide demographic can appreciate Bob’s clean humor and insightful presentation.
Among the subjects Bob presents are:
- Learning to re-invent yourself in the business world, finding success in your abilities
- The importance of first impressions
- Recognizing the value in other people and learning how to validate them
- The importance of senior citizens in the workplace and society (their population will more than double over the next 25 years!)
- The devastating effects of criticism
- Using humor as a communication skill in partnership-building
- Maintaining good people skills in a technological world that places less and less emphasis on effective, face-to-face communication
- Dealing effectively with cultural diversity in the workplace and beyond
Travels from: California
Speaking Performance Fee: from $10,000 – $20,000
Event Host Fee: On request