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Formed in 2007, Kreidler Communications represents the next phase in quality, originality, clarity and professionalism when it comes to keeping up with your clients, your employees and your business world. Our expertise with communications means you can be sure your message is clearly delivered and understood, even at a time of shrinking staffs and skinny budgets. Let us handle it for you.

From first idea to finished product, we take the burden off you so that you can focus on other things. Articles and op-ed pieces, inter-office communications, promotional materials, corporate speeches – we do it all. Tell us what you need to say, then relax. We won’t rest until you’ve got precisely the product you want. And if you find yourself or your company suddenly in the public eye, we’ll handle media requests and help you craft an appropriate, effective response.

Combining Mark Kreidler’s national award-winning writing style with Colleen Costello’s extensive background as an editor, writer and desktop publisher, Kreidler Communications has quickly established itself as the go-to option for outsourced communications. Our recent work ranges from non-profit foundations to a global medical leader and a leading governmental consultant.

To learn more about what Kreidler Communications can do for you, contact us at mark@markkreidler.com. We put the power of language at your fingertips.

Mark Kreidler’s first book, the nationally acclaimed Four Days to Glory, was praised by the New York Times as “extraordinary” for its portraits of the small-town sporting life that are “as incisive as those in Buzz Bissinger’s Friday Night Lights.”

His newest book, Six Good Innings, is an intimate account of one summer in the life of a town that takes its Little League seriously – so seriously, in fact, that anything short of an appearance at the World Series is considered a disappointment.

A longtime sports writer and columnist, Mark’s work has been repeatedly honored, including his past recognition as one of the Top 10 sports journalists in America. He currently contributes to both ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine, and he is a frequent guest on several ESPN television shows, including the morning news program First Take.

Born in Texas, raised in Oklahoma, Mark lives in Northern California with his wife, Colleen, and sons Patric and Ryan. Contact him at mark@markkreidler.com.

In his 20+ years as an author, columnist, radio host and television commentator, Mark Kreidler has appeared on hundreds of programs, stood before corporate gatherings and lectured in classrooms from elementary schools to large universities. Most want to know the same thing: What makes the great performers tick?

As a public speaker, Mark taps his wealth of experience in the company of elite professional athletes, millionaire owners and an adoring, sometimes baffled public to answer that question. The result is an evening of life lessons that resonates on personal, business and societal levels.

Mark’s speeches incorporate the foundational principles of success and happiness he has gleaned from thousands of hours spent observing and speaking with sports and business superstars, but also from time spent in the margins with less recognizable – but no less successful – adventurists and athletes. From Cal Ripken Jr. to Joe Montana, from risk-addicted surfers to high-stakes gambling CEOs, the ordinary secrets of extraordinary achievers are both revealed and celebrated.

For more information, or to book Mark for your private or corporate event, email mark@markkreidler.com.


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