Maine magician

Magic for your office holiday party

It’s beginning to look a look like Christmas… and all through the office people were busy. Oh, my it’s time to plan the office holiday party. Is there a committee or are you in charge? Don’t panic how about some entertainment that can add a unique twist to your cocktail hour(s) and even delight your co-workers after dinner with a stunning illusions, comedy, and mind reading? That’s what a corporate magician can do to help you make the stress of planning your 2019/2020 office holiday party!!

Have a conversation/brainstorm with a corporate magician to discuss how they can help you solve your party planning challenges. A corporate magician can work the room as employees slowing arrive and keep the energy high as more co-workers sipping on Egg Nog. Making the stress disappear while focusing employees on topics other than work related can really help make the party fun!

After dinner that same corporate magician can help focus everyone’s energy on interactive illusions, comical situations, and ESP that includes your fellow co-workers and maybe even you!

Holiday Check List:

  1. Location
  2. Food
  3. Something fun ! Check a corporate magician has you covered !

Call for more ideas or for my availability for your office holiday party this Dec./Jan. 2019/2020.

Transforming holiday parties from good to GREAT!

Your company holiday party is fast approaching and you are on the team to make this year the party everyone wants to attend. How do you do that? You start the planning early. You say, “But it’s only August”…guess what that is the perfect time to line up the venue (especially, if you are not having it right at the company’s facility.)

Decorations can really liven up the atmosphere and create a fun entrance to the company holiday party. A balloon rainbow as coworkers enter the party is a great way to kick it off. If you want to have more hands on then go to a party store and pick up decorations and get other employees to help decorate the party.

Maybe a themed party to get coworkers into the festive mood; James Bond, the North Pole, ugly sweaters, etc… to get people looking at their wardrobe/or the chance to go shopping to have fun at the party.

Prizes- donated by the company, maybe even surrounding restaurants might give coupons, etc.. that you can pick from Santa’s hat. Get a head count of how many plan on joining the company party.

Food- you need that head count to make sure there is enough food for all your employees and guests. Also, if it’s a restaurant they need to plan for items you might need to pre-order.

Drinks- Adult beverages- is this an open bar? Or do you offer 1 or 2 drink tickets per employee to keep liability down and safety up!!! This is one of the best solutions I have seen because it’s a win/win.

Last, make sure you hire your professional entertainment early too. Nothing kicks a company’s holiday party off into high gear like a roaming illusionist! Or if budgets allow a DJ for music/dancing and even an illusionist/Comedian to perform after dinner.

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Magic in business meetings

Ok, it’s your weekly, or quarterly meeting and you have heard it all, the repetition, driving the same message over and over. How do you reach your staff, co-workers, or employees in a different and unique way that gets results? Add a little magic to your theme!

Everyone learns differently, but visual learning combined with participation is a highly motivating way to reach a high majority of your staff! And the element of surprise is a great way to engage your team. Imagine, someone is introduced as part of the new staff or a guest speaker. The audience is expecting the same old, same old when all of the sudden the guest speaker pulls a crystal ball out of the marker he had been using to write down topics. That is exactly what I did when presenting to The Provident Bank for their annual strategic goals meeting.

Or your group is at a safety training and after showing a box that is empty and black while talking about being in the dark regarding safety issues the speaker produces personal protective safety equipment? That is a fun way I introduced PPE to Pike Industry at several meetings.

Engaging participants/employees into the meeting is a much more effective way to help make sure they retain the information. And they will be talking about the dynamic way you introduced the topics; literally thinking out of the box. Exercises, break out groups, interactive decisions all lend to a more engaged meeting and Magic entertainment will go a long way to making your next meeting more memorable and ‘magical!’

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Plan your company holiday party early!

Your in charge of planning the office holiday what? You want a good facility or decorate the office in a festive mood. You want good food that the majority will enjoy and entertainment that makes co-workers smile like in the photo to the left. The challenge is most companies want the same dates (Thursdays, Fridays, & Saturday evenings in Dec.) Unfortunately, if you come to the table later in the game, the prime locations and entertainment is unavailable.

Start planning your company party in September or sooner to find a great restaurant or banquet facility. If you find one everyone loves book it immediately after this year’s party. Same applies to entertainment; a good comedian, band, or illusionist is in demand for those prime nights!

Do some searches on the internet for all 3 items, food/location and entertainment. If you are planning the party at a resturant the food is already taken care of other than you might want to make sure there are a few options for different taste buds.

Location wise decide if your company wants a new chic place that everyone is buzzing about…in that case start reserving in Spring; i.e. March of the year you are in charge. If it’s a banquet facility, check on available dates and then maybe a poll on how many co-workers can make one of the dates available and run with the most popular date.

It is tough to get good entertainment too due to only 9 prime dates in Dec. typically each year. Larger budgets might even allow for all 3 entertainment types; a band for dancing, an illusionist to wow everyone during the cocktail hour(s) and a comedian before the band goes on.
Again this all comes down to planning early so you can have options and the best choices to make your company’s party something your fellow workers are still talking about at the water coolers the following week!

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Boston Magician adds to the holiday festivities

Wow, the holidays are in full gear. Christmas lights a glow as you walk into malls, stores, and community parks. Santa is magically in more than one place at a time (he’s Santa!) And holiday parties are happening all over Boston and beyond. As a Boston Magician, I had my first holiday party this past Saturday for a bank (250 guests appeared.) The party was at the beautiful Quincy Marriott Hotel. I started preparing earlier in the morning with finger exercises to loosen up the joints for sleight-of-hand. They checking directions and making sure any special requests were in the back of my mind.

Upon arriving early, I meet the staff and management that were handling the checklist, drink tickets, etc… Knowing that they tend to work so hard and miss the entertainment while checking others in I went to work impressing them and adding some early fun to their festivities. Cards were located by this Boston Magician via one of our 5 senses (smell) as my nose seemed to located their card. The management and I became fast friends as they continuously brought new arrivals over to me to add some magical merriment to their evening.

As the party came into full swing, the halls of the event center was a buzz with bankers, staff, and guests everywhere. My job is to work the room via roaming and mingling so that everyone feels apart of the entertainment and becomes part of the experience! Coins materialized and dematerialized in their hands, ears, and handkerchiefs which drove these bank employees crazy. The money was so close and yet so far:)

After the cocktail hour, we all moved into the banquet room. My job is then to work each table of guests as they wait for their salad or main course and in between. This allows me the unique opportunity to do some special illusions; like passing coins through their table; or objects appearing in their salt shakers, etc…

In the end, my job is one of passion and pleasure as I end my night knowing I get to help many other Boston areas holiday parties this 2016 season.
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