Monday, September 29, 2008
Magicians are a great choice to attract attention at trade shows, and to differentiate one booth from the competition. Through slight of hand magic, and through mis-direction, magicians change dollar bills into twenties, make coins disappear, and turn one sponge ball into four sponge balls. For the Borel Private Bank and Trust, San Mateo, California, our magician correctly guessed the playing card, that the audience member pulled from the deck.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Christmas music in the San Francisco Bay area includes our celtic harp and guitar duo, a solo guitarist, and four musicians, dressed in Dickens top hats, calling themselves "The Fabulous Flugelhorns." Christmas music, for different San Francisco Bay Area events, is popular for background music, for mix and mingle, and for "The Fabulous Flugelhorns," to herald in the party with Christmas favorites, pop, fanfares, and songs from televison and Broadway.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
There are many ways that party planners can make the December holiday/Christmas month inspirational and fun. Now is the time to plan seasonal entertainment. For shopping centers, hotels, and recreation rooms, our tap dancing Christmas trees are a crowd pleaser. Here they are, at the Fremont, California Marriott Hotel. A surprise visit from Dickens Carolers, added that festive touch at Starbucks, in Castro Valley. Arrange a juggler, with a Santa cap, for crowd control, when arranging Santa. Here's our juggler, at the Danville, CA Livery and Mercantile shopping center.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
A Chinese Lion Dance troupe entertained children and families, at an olympic theme hosted by Stoneridge Mall in Pleasanton, California. For an audience size of over 250, and with most children ages two to five, the leader of this group, Robert Lee, brought two adult lion costumes, and one small lion costume. Four children volunteered, with one of the children dancing and holding the lion head, and the second child dancing and holding the tail. The remaining two children, ages three and four, played on cymbals and gongs. There was also a display of Chinese martial arts, fan dancing, and bamboo stick dancing.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
A guitar duo added that festive touch, for the staff and management, at the San Ramon Marriott Hotel all-employee morale event. This instrumental duo provided background music, while the partygoers, staff, and magnagement, went from food station to food station, savoring light finger foods and decadent desserts.
A food broker in Northern California themed their vendor show to Spain and Spanish nights. With a colorful "Spanish Nights" arch, a Matador cut-out, a flamenco guitarist, and flamenco dancers, attendees at the Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville, California, ordered food at a discount, and were treated to lively flamenco dancers and music.
Monday, September 8, 2008
Home builder Pulte Homes and their marketing company, planned a "Carnival theme" for the grand opening of their active living community, Del Webb Homes, in Manteca, California.
There were radio and print advertisements encouraging home buyers to view the models, and bring the family, for magicians, balloon artists, facepainters, and a Caribbean Steel Band. This "carnival atmosphere" was enhanced with a jump house, carnival games, cotton candy, and corn dogs.