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adam christopher
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Hello All,

My name is Adam Christopher,

I am fairly new to the Magic Café, and I would first of all like to thank you all for being such great hosts.

Secondly, As a family show performer, I feel that I am greatly at a disadvantage by not selling kits as an upgrade to my show package. What do you all put in your kit, how do you package it, and where do you purchase the props?

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You In Advance

Magically Yours

Adam C. Percy
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I don't sell kits as an add-on, but I would suggest contacting Fun Inc., in Chicago.
They would be a GREAT supplier of cheap, plastic props that you could put together into a set. Just my idea!!
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