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RiffClown
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Yorktown, Virginia (Previously Germany)
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I just received my new costume from Pricilla Mooseburger Originals.

I am very impressed with the quality of workmanship. A definite 5 Star Operation if I've ever seen one. The price was a bit steep but once I received my new custom designed "to my specifications" costume, I think it was worth every Penny. This is not a cookie-cutter costume shop.

Two very big Thumbtips UP!

Sincerly,
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Riff, the Magical C.O.M.B.A.T. Clown!
Rob "Riff, the Magical Clown" Eubank aka RiffClown
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<BR>Magic is not the method, but the presentation.
Jewls
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Riff
Trisha's Costumes are top notch. It's amazing to watch her sketch them as she speaks with the customers. If I didn't sew and design my own I would get a Moosburger for sure!
japanjazzy
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Crestview, Florida
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Riff,
I agree with mooseburge outfits. I bought my wife's outfit there. It has lasted three years already. As far as my own outfit my sister is a seamstress and has designed and made me 4 outfits.
Jazzy
smile4wandini
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It seems to me that if you want to dress the part and look professional, you have to spend some mighty big bucks at Moosebergers.
I look at it this way. At a party, there are photos taken that will last longer than we will and that pic is a selling tool for you. When the Mom shows them around don't you want to look your very best? I bet the price of the outfits are paid off fast.
I do not sew but if you have that ability go for it.
I do Balloon Art & Magic and wear all Black with a balloon vest. I have tails for those fancy jobs.
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japanjazzy
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Well what about clown shoes? I had my last pair custom made for me in Korea but the guy that made them is no longer in business. The ones I see on the web are very high priced, I just can't remember the web site. Mooseburger site has a link to it. Do you have any other places you know about? Smile
RiffClown
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http://www.spearshoes.com/

Daytona Magic has some clown shoes but you need to call and find out what they have in stock.

(Korea is definitely the place for custom costume items. I thought about volunteering to go back there just to shop for a year. If I'd known then what I know now.
Rob "Riff, the Magical Clown" Eubank aka RiffClown
<BR>http://www.riffclown.com
<BR>Magic is not the method, but the presentation.
japanjazzy
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Thank you Rob,
Spear shoes is the site that I have seen before. Their prices are just a little higher then I would like to pay. I am going back to Korea next month for some leave and will try to find a new shop to buy from before I leave the Pacific area. My first pair of shoes has lasted me almost 4 years. I will bring them back and at least get them re-soled.
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