Highly Sought-After Motivational Speaker, Actor, and US Army Veteran at Service World Expo

Best-selling author J. R. Martinez shares his story with patrons at the main exchange aboard Marine Corps Base C.

Service World Expo officials have announced that American Actor, author, motivational speaker, war hero and retired U.S. Army soldier, J.R. Martinez, will speak at Service World Expo on “Plugging into Your Superpowers.”

Martinez’s is compelling and inspirational, enduring severe burns to over 34 percent of his body when his Humvee hit a roadside bomb. While three other soldiers were thrown out of the vehicle going up in flames, Martinez was stuck inside. His fight for survival is why the world stopped to listen.

Liz Patrick, Service World’s Vice President of Strategic Alliances said “J.R.’s story is truly remarkable.  I can’t wait to see how his message of resilience and optimism will inspire and motivate our audience.”

Most people recognize Martinez from Dancing with the Stars, where he won the thirteenth season. However, his acting career began on the Emmy Award winning daytime drama All My Children. Since then he’s appeared on numerous television shows such as The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Ellen.

“This is a must-see presentation. Moving, inspiring, it will leave you speechless!” David Heimer, Service World’s COO exclaimed.

Contractors want to hear Martinez speak about his captivating experiences that have changed the lives of millions. The Service World Expo audience will have that chance.

Service World Expo is the bold, new, must-attend conference, trade show, and networking event for residential contractors involved in Plumbing, HVAC or Electrical service who want to ignite growth and performance in their companies. Being held on Sept 7-8, 2017 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, NV, the event will encompass seminars, entertainment events and a product showcase.

For more information on Service World Expo, visit www.ServiceWorldExpo.com, email info@ServiceWorldExpo.com, or call 844.742.3970.

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