Andy Raymond

$3,500-$5,000
Australia - NSW

For almost 25 years Andy Raymond has worked within the Australian Sports industry and has become one of the most recognizable faces of Australia leading sports channel
Fox Sports. Andy began his career with Channel 7 and now commentates the National Rugby League and combat sports for Fox Sports. In addition to working in television and radio, Andy has performed as a Master of Ceremonies for 100's of corporate events throughout Australia and Asia.

Andy will research the client and tailor his script and performance to their requirements. He is adaptable to change, even if it is on the day and will work to ensure your event runs seamlessly and as scheduled. For any event organiser Andy is the consummate professional who is flexible and creative. His performance is polished, impeccable and when appropriate can be humorous and cheeky.  Andy is an invaluable asset to ensuring your next event is a great success.

A famous face will always add value to any corporate event and Andy is able to source any number of sporting celebrities as a guest speaker. Andy is not only respected by his peers but also by the athletes themselves. Over the years Andy has built solid relationships with sporting celebrities from all sports including Rugby League, Swimming, Combat Sports, Cricket, Golf and Tennis.  These relationships enable Andy to source these speakers for and perform a 'lounge' style interview or even manage a question & answer session with guests.

 

 

 

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