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Mississippi Stories: Joe M. Turner

In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Managing Editor Marshall Ramsey sits down with magician, entertainer, and speaker Joe M. Turner. Turner is an American corporate magician, mentalist, and a frequent keynote speaker at conferences and other gatherings.

Originally from Mississippi, a graduate of the state of Mississippi, and now based in Atlanta, he is highly respected in the field of corporate magic, as well as customizing magical performances, conferences, and seminars for trade shows, product launches, other promotional efforts. marketing, conferences or corporate events. events. He frequently incorporates sleight of hand, escape magic, and mentalism into keynote addresses as a motivational speaker for corporate and private groups, speaking on topics of customer experience, brand engagement, memory training, change management, and creativity.

He was one of six artists selected to represent various aspects of the magic industry in the CNN Headline News article “A Day of Magic”, and has also appeared on network television shows in Europe and South America. Turner talks about growing up in Mississippi, overcoming the challenges presented by the pandemic, and how his many talents led to a magical career.


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Marshall Ramsey, a nationally recognized editorial cartoonist, shares his cartoons and travels the state as Managing Editor of Mississippi Today. He is also the host of a weekly state radio show and a television show on Mississippi Public Broadcasting and is the author of several books. Marshall is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and the 2019 recipient of the University of Tennessee Alumni Professional Achievement Award.

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