La Zona de Paso… 

This Sunday, August 26th, on Telemundo’s “Don Francisco Te Invita!” La Zona de Paso… or better known as The Passing Zone will make an appearance. The Passing Zone will be performing two pieces in the show, and no, they will not be speaking Spanish. The Passing Zone: “We had so much fun taping this appearance with television legend, Don Francisco!”

Jon Wee and Owen Morse, The Passing Zone, are one of the most accomplished comedy duos in the nation. They’ve done it by focusing on three success principles- innovation, collaboration and execution. Those same principles can help any group achieve fantastic results, and there is no better way to bring them these key ideas than through The Passing Zone’s hilarious, energetic, and inspiring keynote.

The Passing Zone and Don Francisco

The Passing Zone on set

Their corporate career really took off after a national Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) event in Atlanta, which was quickly followed by other MDRTs in Chicago and Singapore. After main stage appearances at Meeting Professionals International (MPI), the National Speaker Association, YPO, ICPA, and others, the industry took notice, and they’ve been off and running ever since.

Clients such as eBay, Firestone, Old Navy, Microsoft, IBM, Kodak, and IASB have brought Jon and Owen to their events to liven things up and motivate their people. The London Business Forum recently enlisted The Passing Zone and had one of their highest-rated events ever. Their extraordinary speaking skills earned The Passing Zone the CPAE designation from the National Speakers Association and landed them in the Speaker’s Hall of Fame.

Jon & Owen can provide pure entertainment in an “after dinner’ style setting.  They can also integrate themselves into the core theme of your meeting so that their performance has some take away value.

The Passing Zone are a natural fit for corporate entertainment and keynote speeches are their primary market. They are great for international groups, and audiences with different variety of cultures. Their humor and visual stunts are universally appealing and their act is clean, so it offends no one. Whether their audience group are mechanical contractors, software engineers, hairdressers, or billionaire business leaders, they are always a hit. Not only do they entertain, but they customize their performances by juggling a company’s product, incorporating slogans, and inspiring groups to be better teams.