Christian Misner Moves West

 

Christian Misner

Inside Magic friend, great magician, and producer of one of the better newsletters for working professionals announced he is pulling up stakes and moving to St. Louis.

Why?

Hold your horses, please. We have to build up the story by telling you what we will lead you to believe his leaving behind in his current hometown of Orlando. Then we have to use some rhetorical device to make it apparent he is not leaving magic, his career has not taken a turn for the worse, he has not been driven out of Orlando, and he is actually furthering his career with the geographic move.

Mr. Misner has done very well in and out of Orlando. He came to our attention with his TV appearances, his “Standing Ovation Guarantee,” and newsletters. See, Inside Magic “Sprint Turns to Christian the Magician for Tools,” October 27, 2005) We nominated his website as one of the best we’ve seen. He has worked (that alone puts him above us) at Disney, Universal Studios, House of Blues, and Hard Rock Live!

His book of business, though, has taken him out of O-Town to entertain at tradeshows, conventions, dinners, and possibly brunches. (We’re not sure about the ‘brunches’ thing but we went out on a limb and threw it in anyway).

So, he’s got all this going on and he decides to move to St. Louis. Sure, that makes sense because unlike Orlando’s constantly sunny days, St. Louis has “seasons.” In fact, like Detroit, the Gateway to the West is expected to have up to two days of summer this year.

Mr. Misner felt he hit is saturation point in Orlando. “I reached my audience saturation point,” Christian admits. “I’d go to events where everyone knew me and had already seen my show. In my line of work, you can’t afford to get over-exposed.”

We wish Mr. Misner well in his new home. The Hardy family roots snake through St. Louis and river towns south along the Mississippi and the area has a special place in our heart. While Mr. Misner has shows booked already in St. Louis, he also intends to keep clients in Orlando.

As Grandfather Hardy once said, “Home is not an address, or a structure. Home is where the warden puts you and family is with whom you are put.” We think he meant this metaphorically but not sure.

Check out Mr. Misner’s website.

 

Christian Misner

Inside Magic friend, great magician, and producer of one of the better newsletters for working professionals announced he is pulling up stakes and moving to St. Louis.

Why?

Hold your horses, please. We have to build up the story by telling you what we will lead you to believe his leaving behind in his current hometown of Orlando. Then we have to use some rhetorical device to make it apparent he is not leaving magic, his career has not taken a turn for the worse, he has not been driven out of Orlando, and he is actually furthering his career with the geographic move.

Mr. Misner has done very well in and out of Orlando. He came to our attention with his TV appearances, his “Standing Ovation Guarantee,” and newsletters. See, Inside Magic “Sprint Turns to Christian the Magician for Tools,” October 27, 2005) We nominated his website as one of the best we’ve seen. He has worked (that alone puts him above us) at Disney, Universal Studios, House of Blues, and Hard Rock Live!

His book of business, though, has taken him out of O-Town to entertain at tradeshows, conventions, dinners, and possibly brunches. (We’re not sure about the ‘brunches’ thing but we went out on a limb and threw it in anyway).

So, he’s got all this going on and he decides to move to St. Louis. Sure, that makes sense because unlike Orlando’s constantly sunny days, St. Louis has “seasons.” In fact, like Detroit, the Gateway to the West is expected to have up to two days of summer this year.

Mr. Misner felt he hit is saturation point in Orlando. “I reached my audience saturation point,” Christian admits. “I’d go to events where everyone knew me and had already seen my show. In my line of work, you can’t afford to get over-exposed.”

We wish Mr. Misner well in his new home. The Hardy family roots snake through St. Louis and river towns south along the Mississippi and the area has a special place in our heart. While Mr. Misner has shows booked already in St. Louis, he also intends to keep clients in Orlando.

As Grandfather Hardy once said, “Home is not an address, or a structure. Home is where the warden puts you and family is with whom you are put.” We think he meant this metaphorically but not sure.

Check out Mr. Misner’s website.

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