Take your next event out of the ordinary and into the realm of the extraordinary with extraordinist Craig Karges!
Craig Karges has become incredibly popular with corporate and association audiences for his ability to blend entertainment, message, and motivation in one unforgettable presentation.
The variety of situations that Karges finds himself in is extraordinary in itself. From addressing 30,000 people in Kansas City’s Kemper Arena to entertaining 25 incentive award-winners aboard a private yacht cruising Vancouver Harbour in British Columbia, Canada; and from providing corporate entertainment at high profile events like the Indianapolis 500 to conducting an intuitive management workshop in Cairo, Egypt at the Sheraton El Gezirah located on an island in the middle of the River Nile, Karges is comfortable in any situation and he delivers time after time.
Karges is not just an entertainer and he is much more than a speaker. As a speaker, he has been honored by the National Speakers Association (NSA) with the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation and is a CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame member. In the entertainment arena, “Performance Magazine,” the international touring talent weekly, named Karges’ touring show one of the top five variety / family shows in North America. Karges was in good company as the list also included the likes of illusionist David Copperfield and Walt Disney’s World on Ice. Performance Magazine called the extraordinist’s performance “The next era in mystery entertainment.” American Entertainment Magazine named Karges one of the top five corporate variety entertainers in the country.
You’ve seen Craig Karges on The Tonight Show as well as CNN, Fox News, E! And CNBC. The extraordinist has also starred in two, one-hour television specials and is the author of three books, including the bestselling “Ignite Your Intuition.”
Craig Karges travels globally, from North America to Asia and from Africa to Europe creating first-class presentations that not only entertain but challenge the mind and leave people talking.