Melvin P. Wimpy

Melvin is the ultimate “wannabe”; he knows everything about your company and he wants to be part of it! He’ll greet your attendees as they arrive at check-in and create hilarious moments for the candids reel. Melvin will pop up through the course of the meeting as a nervous waiter who only serves napkins; he’ll amplify key messages throughout the meeting; in the general session he’ll explain complicated information in an easy-to-understand style that is absolutely incorrect. Once Melvin has worked his magic at one meeting you’ll have him back again and again, just as SC Johnson, BASF, MAACO, UNIVAR, Carlisle Syntec, The Goddard Schools, Tibotec (Div. of J & J) and many more companies have done. Melvin's endearing style adds tremendous value to receptions, meet & greets and photo opportunities.

Accolades

John is the absolute best at what he does, if he's hosting as himself or one of his many funny characters (Melvin is my favorite) he is always a hit. John has been part of our national meeting for the last six years. We wouldn't have a meeting without him, he's that good!

Margie Ford
Event & Travel Coordinator

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Book John Today

To ensure the success of your next national sales meeting, corporate event, product launch or trade show.

Book John Today!

Call Lee McDonald at Key Artist Group
800-522-9759 ext #1
or email lee@mykag.com

Press Inquiries

For press inquiries please contact Lisa Shenkle at Verb! Communications
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Clients Say It Best

SC Johnson

John Di Domenico was simply outstanding. Not only were his interventions professionally executed, but his quickness of mind and wit were also able to take advantage of situations as they unfurled and the impact of this was not missed on anyone. Perhaps even more impressive, though, was the range of characters that John portrayed, not just broad in their number but also incredibly diverse, spanning from the original founder of our company, Samuel Curtis Johnson (1886), to his Austin Powers impersonation, with Larry King and Lt. Columbo interspersed in between. Each was executed flawlessly.

Steven P. Stanbrook
President