ONN – Frank Supovitz’s Event Crisis Management Book “What To Do When Things Go Wrong” Is Out
If you recall, Frank, who was NFL Senior Vice President of Special Events like The Super Bowl, was on my show talking about his former job with the NFL, and his current work as the President of Fast Traffic Events, and his new book, which was then planned, and is now out for purchase.
“What to Do When Things Go Wrong”
Releasing Hardcover and eBooks
PRAISE FOR “WHAT TO DO WHEN THINGS GO WRONG”
“The NFL’s former Super Bowl Czar takes you behind the scenes at the world’s biggest sporting event. You get to laugh at Frank’s stories, learn from his mistakes, and most of all, develop the planning and management skills that will help you keep your next looming disaster at bay.”
―Allen St. John, award-winning journalist and New York Times Best-selling author of Newton’s Football and The Billion Dollar Game
“What to Do When Things Go Wrong could be one of the classic business books that everyone who has ever managed anything needs to read and digest. It is a business lifesaving manual.”
―David Adler, CEO and Founder, BizBash Media
“The straightforward and witty tone makes What to Do When Things Go Wrong an easy-to-digest and essential read for project managers, event planners, and all college students.”
―Scott Bukstein, director, Undergraduate Sport Business Program, associate director, DeVos Graduate Sport Business Program, University of Central Florida, College of Business
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From award-winning event producer, author and popular speaker and friend Frank Supovitz.
For information on speaking engagements or for a personalized autographed copy of What to Do When Things Go Wrong, email Frank at [email protected]
So, get the book and stay tuned for when Frank comes on to my show again!
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