Tim Shaw (salesperson)

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Tim Shaw
Born Tim Shaw
Occupation Television presenter
Radio Announcer
Actor
Journalist
Author
Known for Demtel ads
Website
http://www.timshaw.com.au

Tim Shaw ("The Demtel Man") is an Australian after dinner speaker and appears on the Seven Network show My Business on Sunday mornings. He presented infomercials for his Demtel company in the early to mid-1990s and from this he popularised the expression "but wait, there's more" in Australia. He was also well known for offering a free set of steak knives to anyone who placed an order within a set timeframe.[1]

Since then he has also appeared in commercials for McDonald's Restaurants, presented shows on Sydney radio stations 2GB and 2UE, and written a best-selling book called Best Seller - Tim Shaw's Sales Success Secrets. Recently, he has also been seen on Mornings With Kerri-Anne selling kitchen items.

From late 1999 until December 2001, Shaw was a board member of the NRMA.[2]

Tim Shaw was awarded a star on Caloundra's "Walk of Stars" in 2006.[citation needed]

Tim Shaw was educated at the Pittwater House Schools on the Northern Beaches, Sydney, Australia.

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Tim Shaw currently hosts Legal Matters on Sydney radio station 2UE and network stations, Sundays from 6pm to 8pm, along with the Midnight-Dawn program 'New Day Australia'. He's also a regular at Mrs Sippy in Double Bay. He's most famous now for denying he's actually Tim Shaw.

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