Vorhaus & Company is seeking nominations for its third annual "Top
Storytellers of the Year" competition.
Although the agency has run the contest for three years, this is the
first time it is soliciting advice on worthy contenders.
Past winners range from the recognizable, such as Michael J. Fox,
Stephen King and Tim Russert, to newsworthy but low name-recognition
examples like Little League World Series-winning coach Mike Gaynor, and
tree-hugging activist Julia Hill.
What makes a good storyteller, you ask? "Someone who is making people
move in their direction," explained Vorhaus SVP Kyle Potvin. "It could
include anything from the arts to science to politics. And they don't
have to be famous."
Nominations may be submitted through the agency's Web site at