John Haslet's World Lib/E: An Ardent Patriot, the Delaware Blues, and the Spirit of 1776
November 03, 2020
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About the Author
David Price, President and Founder of the Price Leisure Group, is the son of Disney Legend and IAAPA Hall of Fame recipient Harrison "Buzz" Price. Having grown up in the business, David brings a lifetime of professional experience and relationships in the attractions industry involving family attractions, theme parks, resorts, hotels, restaurants and mixed-use development. He has more than 35 years as a practicing architect and worked extensively with Buzz Price on attractions-related projects in North America and Asia, gaining insights and understanding from the man best known as Walt Disney's "Numbers Guy" and author of Walt's Revolution by The Numbers. Today the Price Leisure Group provides strategic planning, design, project management and owner representation services to its valued clients. David's professional background and understanding of The Buzz Way allows him to bring together the talent, technology, chemistry, expertise and experience to support the unique needs of developers, designers, operators and owners in the hospitality, entertainment and attractions industry.
David Price is Professor of Medical Law at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. He is Chairperson of the EUROTOLD Project Management Group of the European Commission and a member of the World Health Organisation Task Force on Organ Transplantation.
Keith Sellon-Wright is a seasoned professional with a career in Hollywood spanning over thirty years. He has had the good fortune to work with some of Hollywood's seminal directors, including Christopher Guest and Spike Lee. His TV career includes some of the most important shows in TV history, going back to shows such as Wings, Frasier, Seinfeld, and The West Wing. More recently he's appeared on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, NCIS, Mad Men, and Parks and Recreation. The majority of Keith's audiobook work so far is nonfiction, (I love what I get to learn!) but as a lifelong storyteller, he of course loves fiction too. Keith also serves as a voice of the New York Times, narrating selected articles for the daily audio edition on Audible. He records from a killer booth he built at his residence in Southern California. The quickest way to Keith's heart-introduce him to a great new wine!