Bill Engvall Comedy Show announced in Georgetown
December 14, 2012 by Sarah
In the New Year, funnyman Bill Engvall will appear at the Georgetown High School Klett Center for the Performing Arts. This fundraising performance will benefit United Way of Williamson County. It will also honor Engvall’s sister, Janet Engvall McTigue. Bill Engvall is one of the most successful comedy stars ever and the show promises to keep the audience laughing non-stop.
Engvall’s key to success has been in his ability to connect with the audience. He shares everyday humor with which anyone in the audience can identify and connect throughout his performance. Because of his knack of reaching the core of the audience, Engvall is one of the most appreciated and sought-after comedians in the business.
Fundraising events often require the services of printing companies to assist in preparing marketing collateral to solicit attendance and sell tickets. Flyer printing is a frequent request as flyers are typically used in advance of the event to announce the occasion. They are distributed manually, placed in strategic locations and outlets, mailed directly, and hung on walls, doors, and in windows.
Hosting the popular CMT show ‘Country Fried Home Videos’, Engvall finds videos from real people that show what they do in the heartland and how it impacts society in a positive and fun manner. His unique and unmistakable presenting style is probably a key part of the show’s success.
Tickets are on sale for the Bill Engvall Show and can be printed online via their website. The Georgetown date is Thursday, March 7, 2013. For more information or questions, please contact (512) 255-6799.