Motivational keynote speaker Wigge is serving Indianapolis, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky and, of course, all major meeting destinations with keynotes on leadership, sales, motivation, and change. Wigge has delivered keynotes at Kentucky Exposition Center, 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40209, phone 502.367.5000 before.
Motivational speaker Wigge’s facts and information on Louisville, Kentucky: If you are in town for a conference, don’t miss out to take some time off to see the beautiful Waterfront Park along the Ohio River. It covers 85 acres of land, and gives visitors a unique place to rest and relax. Louisville has the incredible number of 2,500 restaurants in town, which vary in all possible styles and tastes. Don’t miss out to spend some time in Old Louisville, since it has the largest amount of Victorian house in the entire United States. Louisville is also known for its beautiful hotel scene. Michael Wigge often stays in the comfortable and historic Seelbach Hilton Louisville Hotel on 500 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202. This centrally located pearl offers all amenities you would need to enjoy a great stay in Louisville for a conference or meeting. Wigge recommends as a perfect budget option with a high standard of cleanliness of the Holiday Inn Express Louisville Airport Expo Center on 1921 Bishop Ln, Louisville, KY 40218. Have a great stay in Louisville, Kentucky!
Motivational keynote speaker Wigge’s tips and recommendations on Indiana and Indianapolis: Wigge has delivered his entertaining keynotes at the Indiana Convention Center on 100 S Capitol Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46225 in 2014 and 2017. His most favorite hotel in town is The Westin Indianapolis on 241 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, USA+1 317-262-8100. This amazing high comfort hotel offers a unique service for an incredibly reasonable price. Keynote speaker Wigge higly recommends this hotel for your next conference stay. What to do in town when there’s some time off from the conference? Obviously, everyone knows the famous Indy 500 race. But there’s so much more to Indianapolis. Did you know that Washington, D.C. is the only US city that has more memorials and monuments than the capital of Indiana? The King’s last concert took place in town, and the Indianapolis Zoo is a must-see: It’s the only place in the US that combines a zoo with a botanical garden and an aquarium. Enjoy your stay!