Larry Lawton brings the most entertaining, inspirational, motivational and informative stories to audiences throughout the United States and around the world.
Many organizations bring in Mr. Lawton for assistance in reaching employees, teens, young adults and parents with a strong message about choices. Let us know your circumstances and we will provide more information and quote costs for these private or group programs. Click Here to Contact the Reality Check Program.
Available for presentations, keynote addresses and motivational speaking; Larry Lawton appears on national TV, radio and has been written about in newspapers all around the world.
In particular, Larry has a unique way of speaking to teens, young adults, parents and officials; they listen to his message as he speaks their language with facts, truth and no sugarcoating. Larry provides updates on teen issues such as gangs, drugs, attitudes, peer pressure, etc…
Hire Larry and have him design a private program to save your loved one.
There are several ways to facilitate the cost of booking Larry for a private program, consultation, and/or speaking engagement:
- Option 1, Direct Payment: The standard fee for engagements out of town is $7,500 per day plus travel expenses for transportation, lodging and meals. Larry spends the entire day with your organization. Larry gives your organization suggestions on ways to help the employees deal with teenagers. Larry holds a question and answer format with teens/young adults/parents as well as private meetings with CEO’s and community leaders.
- Option 2, Fundraising Package: You can use the Reality Check Video Card as a fundraiser and pay for Larry’s visit plus make money for your organization. With the purchase of 2000 Reality Check Video Gift Cards at $10.00 each, the fee is waived. You can then sell the Reality Check Video Card at $20.00 per. Your cost is $20,000 and your organization has the opportunity to raise funds – or you can find a sponsor to fund the project and give out the Reality Check Video Cards at no cost in your area.
- Option 3, Grants, Donations: Non-profit organizations in your area might have grants available to fund a project for helping at risk kids. Many business owners care deeply about our future and about our kids, they may be interested in funding a project of this nature. The business then gets the marketing exposure while helping the community and at-risk kids.