Holiday Parties and Bye Bye 2009

We hope everyone had a fun and festive Holiday season. We certainly did. Boy did we need a short rest after a very busy December – gigs everyday and some days two gigs per evening.

We had the pleasure for performing for Hoffman La Roche,  Air Castle, Science First, Newscor, Jp Morgan Chase, British American Business Council, Kaiserman JCC.

Magazine Kick Off


Raven and I had a fantastic time performing strolling psychic entertainment at the Down wind magazine kick-off. The party was held on the amazing Intrepid Battleship in New York Harbor.

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Mind Reading and The Big Idea


The holiday season has kicked off with performances for Deutsch Advertising. You may recognize the leadership of Deutsch advertising as Donny Deutsch host of CNBC’s “The Big Idea”. The event was for 350 guests and held at the posh New York City nightspot BLVD. Throughout the evening the 350 guests at the Deutsch holiday event was treated to our strolling, mingling Mentalism. Minds and palms were read all evening long. We had a blast with the folks from Deutsch Advertising.

The next morning we were off to an afternoon event with few hundred executives from  U.S. subsidiary of Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd., a leading Japanese pharmaceutical company.

Back at the Berry Network

We had a fantastic time with the folks from The Berry Network. We performed for 250 associates and senior executives at their annual sales rally. From what we heard they had an awesome 2007 far exceeding expectations and we are sure 2008 will be even better. We can’t seem to miss the snow. When our plane arrived in Ohio so did the snow. Delayed school opening in the north of Ohio but it did not reach us in Dayton.

Nantero – The Boston Adventure


We were in Boston to perform for the Nantero company holiday party. Fortunately we arrived the night before and the travel was smooth. When we woke up the next morning a snow storm had hit Massachusetts. It was unbelievable Boston saw 10.5 inches of snowfall in only a few hours. Was the event going to be cancelled? No, the Bostonians know how to handle their weather. Read the comments from Greg Schmergel, CEO of Nantero.

How is that Possible?

Last night was a fun gig. It was for Williams Lea; a UK-based company that offers corporate information solutions to blue chip clients worldwide. The Glen Cove Mansion was the host and we had a great time with the group from Williams Lea. It was the final night of a four day conference and it was an intimate group of about 80 executives. For more than an hour after the show everyone was still at their table discussing “how is that possible”.