Lloydini Takes a Swing

 

Lloydini – Lloyd Mobley Performs

Lloyd Mobley a/k/a Lloydini is featured in the Greeley (CO) Tribune with a great story about his great leap of faith and confidence.

Mr. Mobley is 60 years-old and is working to turn his avocation of 35 years into his new vocation. He moved to Berthoud, Colorado about seven years ago and has been working with his wife, Linda, perfecting his craft and getting paid for it.

Friday nights find Mr. Mobley at Bubba’s Bar-B-Que in Greeley where he has been entertaining patrons for the last year. Said Bubba’s owner, “He’s been here for about a year. I asked (his predecessor) to recommend somebody, because all those guys know each other. Lloydini came in for an audition and we’ve had him ever since. He’s just perfect for us.”

On Monday nights, Mr. Mobley takes his act to Texas Roadhouse for Kid’s Night. “We started the kids’ night about four months ago where we try to make the environment more kid friendly,” the restaurant manager told the paper. “The evening includes such things as a mashed potato eating contest for the kids, with winners getting their photographs posted on a wall in the lobby of the restaurant, and other fun entertainment.

Mr. Mobley loves this stuff.

The magicians told the reporter he began dabbling in magic in his younger years, and as he became more involved, he attended the Magic Castle.

“Anyone can become a magician,” Mr. Mobley said. “It takes a lot of practice, and the older you get, the better you get. But very few people can make a living at it.” Before jumping into magic full-time, he worked in sales and marketing for most his adult life. In fact, he works as a regional sales manager for a home and business security company in Loveland, Colorado. His sales skills can only help his new career.

At Bubba’s, Mr. Mobley performs card and coin tricks among his repertoire, but in other stage settings he works with doves and performs illusions among his many acts.

“I think he’s good enough to do a Vegas stage act,” the restaurant manager observed.

Congratulations Mr. Mobley. We’re behind you!

 

Lloydini – Lloyd Mobley Performs

Lloyd Mobley a/k/a Lloydini is featured in the Greeley (CO) Tribune with a great story about his great leap of faith and confidence.

Mr. Mobley is 60 years-old and is working to turn his avocation of 35 years into his new vocation. He moved to Berthoud, Colorado about seven years ago and has been working with his wife, Linda, perfecting his craft and getting paid for it.

Friday nights find Mr. Mobley at Bubba’s Bar-B-Que in Greeley where he has been entertaining patrons for the last year. Said Bubba’s owner, “He’s been here for about a year. I asked (his predecessor) to recommend somebody, because all those guys know each other. Lloydini came in for an audition and we’ve had him ever since. He’s just perfect for us.”

On Monday nights, Mr. Mobley takes his act to Texas Roadhouse for Kid’s Night. “We started the kids’ night about four months ago where we try to make the environment more kid friendly,” the restaurant manager told the paper. “The evening includes such things as a mashed potato eating contest for the kids, with winners getting their photographs posted on a wall in the lobby of the restaurant, and other fun entertainment.

Mr. Mobley loves this stuff.

The magicians told the reporter he began dabbling in magic in his younger years, and as he became more involved, he attended the Magic Castle.

“Anyone can become a magician,” Mr. Mobley said. “It takes a lot of practice, and the older you get, the better you get. But very few people can make a living at it.” Before jumping into magic full-time, he worked in sales and marketing for most his adult life. In fact, he works as a regional sales manager for a home and business security company in Loveland, Colorado. His sales skills can only help his new career.

At Bubba’s, Mr. Mobley performs card and coin tricks among his repertoire, but in other stage settings he works with doves and performs illusions among his many acts.

“I think he’s good enough to do a Vegas stage act,” the restaurant manager observed.

Congratulations Mr. Mobley. We’re behind you!

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