Author and Keynote Speaker to Donate Ticket Sales from Upcoming Movie Premiere to The Keep On Keeping On Foundation

Ken Wallace, author and keynote speaker, will donate 50 percent of net proceeds from ticket sales to the upcoming Chicago premiere of the movie The Keeper of the Keys for the benefit of The Keep On Keeping On Foundation (KOKO), which assists those with severe physical disabilities.

Known for his seminars and books on “Your Better Self,” Wallace co-stars in the film and is hosting the film showing on March 13 in conjunction with Positive Focus Productions, The Wright Institute, Preston & Emily Klik and Bodhi Spiritual Center as a benefit for KOKO.

The film includes cast members from The Secret, including Jack Canfield, Marci Shimoff and John Gray, with 14 additional experts. After its Las Vegas premiere in December 2011, Stephen Simon, co-founder of Spiritual Cinema Circle, said the film “is the most innovative and entertaining film of its kind ever made. Wildly original, howlingly funny, fast-paced, and utterly delightful in every way, the film is truly a gift to the world.”

The March 13 premiere will feature local and national speakers including Tim Wambach and Mike Berkson of the Keep On Keeping On Foundation; Dr. Bob Wright of The Wright Institute; Energy Gong Bath from Preston Klik; and a Q&A and meet and greet with stars of the film including Wallace, Steve Olsher, Derek Mills, Hueina Su, Laura Vobornik, Lisa Ryan, Carolyn Finch and Kathleen Haden.

For more information about the film, visit Limited general admission and VIP tickets for the March 13 premiere at the Highland Park Theater in Highland Park, IL are available beginning at $25.

Direct questions regarding the premiere to Rachel Wallace at (815) 319-1410 or

Wallace is an author and motivational speaker who delivers inspirational, leadership, management and customer service keynotes and seminars.  He has more than two decades of successful executive coaching, keynote and workshop speaking for business, industry and non-profit groups. He is a featured presenter for Speakers International, a group of professionals available for meetings and events all over the world.  To schedule a speaker appearance, contact Liz Mitchell, managing director of Speakers International, at 843.902.4799 or for more information.

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