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Topic: Adult Magic Corporate Gifts
Message: Posted by: icentertainment (Jun 8, 2005 12:05PM)
Hi peoples

I am just wondering where one would find Wholesale Magic Tricks for adults

I have seen lots of posts for kid and novelty stuff but I am having a little trouble finding good quality Corporate gifts for Adults

I have seen Fun Inc and have registered with them and they have some good stuff but I am looking for smaller runs which they don't do.
which are more practicle for my needs.

Thanks everyone
David
Message: Posted by: lowphat (Jun 9, 2005 02:30AM)
David,

if you are looking for custom printed stuff for corporate gigs, you aren't going to find anyone cheaper than Fun Inc. Anything custom printed from anyone is going to cost you a nice chunk of change because of minimums for the effort.
Message: Posted by: icentertainment (Jun 9, 2005 09:44AM)
Thanks Lowphat but I prefer to keep looking

Nice web site by the way

Some Companies spend $10- $25 per person

I don't want to give them a cheapo Giveaway like the 3 card monte- yes it is a great item but I was looking at something a bit more exiticng abd that looks really good.

thanks anyway

David
Message: Posted by: Bob Sanders (Jun 9, 2005 09:47AM)
David,

I sent you a regular email to your Yahoo address.

Bob
Magic By Sander
Message: Posted by: lowphat (Jun 9, 2005 07:13PM)
I see you're looking for corporate gifts, not necessarily premiums. Gottcha.
Message: Posted by: icentertainment (Jun 9, 2005 09:36PM)
I don't have a Yahoo address

how about david@icentertainment.com

that will work
Message: Posted by: templemagic (Jun 10, 2005 01:11PM)
Check out these Magic Wands. They're made in the UK but I would think that shipping would be fine. You can have them printed in runs of 1500...

Cheers,
TM
Message: Posted by: Tony S (Jun 10, 2005 01:40PM)
[quote]
On 2005-06-10 14:12, templemagic wrote:
Check out these Magic Wands. They're made in the UK but I would think that shipping would be fine. You can have them printed in runs of 1500...

Cheers,
TM
[/quote]

Which magic wands are those?
Message: Posted by: icentertainment (Jun 11, 2005 02:25AM)
UUUUMMMMM


didn't I say that I wanted runs of less than 1000

Fun inc has runs of 1000 Magic Wands why would I want a run of 1500

Also Honestly A Magic Wand really doesn't serve a purpose because you can't do anything with it.

I am looking fo ADULT Corporate Gifts not Trade show giveaways

Dave
Message: Posted by: Ron Reid (Jun 11, 2005 09:00AM)
Hello icentertainment:

Do you have an idea of what you want to spend per item? D. Robbins is another wholesale source; they have a MUCH bigger selection than Fun, Inc. They do carry a lot of junk, but some treasures too. For instance, I remember seeing a brass snapper puzzle on their price list, but wholesale price was three or four dollars per item.

Ron
Message: Posted by: James Munton (Jun 14, 2005 12:39PM)
Sorry for a quick self-plug.

My Instant Magic Book Kit comes with a free bonus of an Instant Joke Book. I sell both to companies - if it is adults only, they usually go with the joke book. I customize it so their company name and logo is on the book. I sell the books for between $4 and $6 each depending how many they order. They cost about a dollar each to produce.

http://www.magicsells.com

Best,
James
Message: Posted by: Steven Steele (Jun 20, 2005 11:44PM)
If you're really looking for corporate gifts, not mass produced things, google "corporate gifts". I did and found 5 or 6 companies right off the bat that will supply you within various price ranges.
Message: Posted by: sillime21 (Jul 26, 2017 04:58AM)
[quote]On Jun 20, 2005, Steven Steele wrote:
If you're really looking for corporate gifts, not mass produced things, google "corporate gifts". I did and found 5 or 6 companies right off the bat that will supply you within various price ranges. [/quote]

Hello there,
When you have found 5 or 6 companies that provide corporate gifts then which company gifts do you like most.
Thanks in advance
Message: Posted by: Dannydoyle (Jul 26, 2017 09:49AM)
12 years. Niceb lol.
Message: Posted by: parker15 (Jul 26, 2017 11:40AM)
[quote]On Jun 20, 2005, Steven Steele wrote:
If you're really looking for [url=https://www.5by7.in/pages/corporate-gifts-bangalore]corporate gifts[/url], not mass produced things, google "corporate gifts". I did and found 5 or 6 companies right off the bat that will supply you within various price ranges. [/quote]

Hello,
What is the best gift an optical lab could send to their clients, who are opticians?
Do you have an answer to this question?
Thanks in advance
Message: Posted by: the Sponge (Jul 26, 2017 04:33PM)
[quote]On Jul 26, 2017, parker15 wrote:
Hello,
What is the best gift an optical lab could send to their clients, who are opticians?
Do you have an answer to this question?
Thanks in advance [/quote]

What would you like to receive?
Do you have an eye doctor? I would ask him/her.

we're magicians, not opticians.
Message: Posted by: Robert Houdin 78 (Jul 29, 2017 10:55PM)
[quote]On Jul 26, 2017, parker15 wrote:
Hello,
What is the best gift an optical lab could send to their clients, who are opticians?
Do you have an answer to this question?
Thanks in advance [/quote]

Hi! "Reality Twister", also known as Lubor's Lens, would be a perfect gift!

R.
Message: Posted by: AlwisMS (Jul 30, 2017 12:54AM)
[quote]On Jul 26, 2017, the Sponge wrote:
[quote]On Jul 26, 2017, parker15 wrote:
Hello,
What is the best gift an optical lab could send to their clients, who are opticians?
Do you have an answer to this question?
Thanks in advance [/quote]

What would you like to receive?
Do you have an eye doctor? I would ask him/her.

we're magicians, not opticians. [/quote]

Hi,
I don't have any eye doctor.
Thanks
Message: Posted by: the Sponge (Jul 30, 2017 06:58PM)
[quote]On Jul 30, 2017, AlwisMS wrote:

Hi,
I don't have any eye doctor.
Thanks [/quote]

Well, without knowing particulars (budget, what type of gift, etc.) you should consider "Reality Twister." It's a good suggestion.

But whatever you pick, I still think you should ask yourself, Would I like this gift? What message does it send? Does it seem cheap? tacky? high value? neat? etc.

s