announcers don’t create great shows

they make them better

announcing

From the moment I got to “help” a local radio DJ host a night at our family’s bowling alley, I was hooked. 

On announcing and hosting, not bowling. I’m truly over bowling.

Since then I’ve piled up over a thousand shows of all types from C-suite functions to county fairs and sports, sports, & more sports. Along the way, I’ve learned a lot about live events of all types and how the announcer fits in.

This broad range of experience allows me to deliver exactly what each producer needs with a minimum of explanation, including producers that aren’t quite sure what they need. (If that’s you, check out live events for more help.)

On stage, off stage, no stage – live announcing can make a difference in your next show. Make it the good kind of difference, contact me today for a free quote.

Kudos

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Day of show is always hectic. But when P.J. walks in, I relax because I know he will nail his part of the show and help with what’s needed.

Chad Bergmeier, Heartland combat sports

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P.J. is one of the best announcers working today. He knows how to work crowds, fill gaps, bring energy, program music, and create an atmosphere of fast-paced fun.

Doug miller, USHL 2012 exec of the year

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In a 3-day meeting filled with high-level speakers, interactive media, and caviar receptions, the most buzz was from P.J.’s work. We made ‘Who is that voice?’ into a big reveal!

Chris Wallace, Producer  CreativemindsDATA

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I’ve been announced by dozens of announcers – both the Buffers, Jimmy Lennon, all those guys – and you’re the first one to get my name right!

Salvatore Damato, mma judge

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P.J. Stoppleworth, congratulations! You have the best ring announcer name of all time!

Cage potato, mma website

P.J. Stoppleworth - Voiceover Artist, Narrator, Voice Actor, Live Announcer & Host, and more

PJ@VObyPJ.com • Proudly made in the very beating heart of the Heartland: Iowa City, Iowa