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magicianphiltay
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Hello all,

I am currently sending out my brochures to past clients and wanted to do some kind of prediction trick, along the lines of I send in an envelope with my promotional package sealed with a stamp (wax), saying something like the next time you book me please gather the team around and I will show you an amazing trick with this envelope, its the old curiosity killed the cat dodge.

My question to the knowledgeable members here is what is A:strong enough B: practical, workable?

Thanks for taking the time to read, its appreciated

Warm Regards
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Balaram
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A headline prediction comes to mind, but since you are presenting it as a "trick", perhaps something lighter than a headline, ie, "Judy, today you will be wearing the snakeskin shoes and your 3 nose rings and are looking great!"
TonyB2009
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Looking at it from the point of view of a potential booker, unless they know you well, they will just toss it in the bin. Life is too short. Gimmicks don't work in marketing, in my view.

A repeat booker, on the other hand, could love this. But that is based on their existing relationship with you. I would only use this on people you have already dealt with.
pickin_grinnin
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I can't speak for most people who book magicians, but I would be all over something like that if I received it. I just hire for library shows, though.
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