A Wide Variety
Mike Vance has written all sorts of things professionally. It's almost tough to figure out the best place to start. There's his writing for three Houston television shows and all the bits he produced during his three different Houston radio stints. He has over thirty years experience writing scripts and content for some pretty nice corporations. His documentaries have won six REMI Awards at the prestigious WorldFest/Houston International Film Festival, including four Platinums. He and writing partner, Marijane Miller, sold sitcom scripts in both the US and to the BBC . His eighth book is now out, and a ninth one will be here before you know it. Some are available in the site store. And that's not to mention speech and joke writing, over thirty songs, a bunch of short stories, some timely sports humor and even children's stories and poems. In other words, he can handle your job in a way that will make you smile. Click on Fun Samples to get a little taste.
Your Company's Needs
We all know that corporate writing needs and entertainment value don't always go hand in hand. Well, that's where Mike comes in. He specializes in taking corporate output and making it sound as if it might actually have been said by a human being. With his comedy expertise, Mike can add a little levity if it fits. He has also written many speeches for business and charity clients. His extensive work in Texas history proves that he can certainly be serious, but he can make you laugh, too. So why are clients like Shell, BMC Software, Chevron, the City of Houston, and Teflon still smiling? Easy. They hired Mike Vance to write scripts, speeches and content that will teach, motivate, inform and amuse their employees and customers. You'll be glad you let him do the same for you.
Mike's Sports Writing Trivia
Mike's first book, called Oilers Anonymous: A Twelve Step Program for Houston Oiler Fans, was released by Gulf Publishing in 1995. It became such a collector's item that both Gulf Publishing and the Oilers were forced to relocate and change their names.
Sports columns haven't escaped Mike's notice either. He's written some very funny ones for various outlets including winning the Lone Star Award during his ten year stint as the anti-running columnist for Inside Texas Running.