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Tom Craven Presents A Trade Show Lecture

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Tom Craven Presents A Trade Show Lecture


Tom Craven knows about Trade Shows. He has worked many of them and made a great living. In this set of printed lecture notes, Tom gives you, not magic tricks, but the angles which let you work in the sponsor's name or product. If you plan to do Trade & Industrial Shows, Hospitality suites, etc. you NEED this publication! The notes include enough detail that you need not have attended the live lecture to get great value from the notes.

If you're looking for information on how to do trade shows, what types of tricks to do, and a clever force that you can adapt to any gig? Then order this booklet today!

This lecture by Tom Craven was first presented at the Greenville, SC Close-up Convention in 1983.

A few of the tricks Tom discusses and gives info on that you can easily adapt to using a sponsor's name or product in the routine are:

  • Endless Chain
  • Cut & Restored Rope
  • Dunbury Delusion
  • Rising Cards
  • Charlie Northeast
  • Ring & Rope
  • Any Coin Routine
  • JoAnne The Duck
  • Curry's A Penny for your Thoughts
  • And several others.....

For those of you who may not have heard of Tom Craven, we've listed just a few highlights from his 50 year career.

  • First person to receive the “Spirit Of Magi-Fest” Award, Columbus Ohio.
  •  One of only two people to have attended all 41 of the Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic Conventions, fondly known as the '4F".
  • Guest Of Honor  at Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic in 1987.
  • 10 time winner of the IBM Ring #2 “Magician Of The Year”!
  • Trade Show Worker Full Time, 1977-1984.
  • Worked the Close-Up Gallery at the Magic Castle™ 1981, 1985, 1989, 2009, 2010.
  • Worked the Parlor at the Magic Castle™ 2011.

Details: Tom Craven Presents A Trade Sh

13 ​pages, soft covers, spiral bound, size: 8 1/2" by 11".

Skill Level: Advanced

Media Type Shipped Product

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