Wayne Alan Welcomes Magicians to Yard Sale

Wayne Alan Down-Under


Wayne Alan, America?s Only World Champion Illusionist, (FISM
1982-International Olympics of Magic Gold Medal winner for Grand
Illusion) will host, at his home, a yard sale featuring magician?s
stage illusions, close-up and stage magic, books, posters and
memorabilia.

It will be held Saturday, July 23, 2005-10:00 AM to 1:00
PM at 3103 Newcastle Lane, Riva (Annapolis) MD, 21140-Rain or Shine (we
will have tents).

When asked who can attend, Mr. Alan replied, ?ONLY MAGICIANS (and the
media) will be allowed entry. A valid ID from a magical organization
such as the International Brotherhood of Magicians or the Society of
American Magicians, or other proof of a serious interest in magic is
required for entry.?

Over 500 magicians from the Mid-Atlantic region,
including the members of the Magician?s Alliance of Eastern States,
have been invited. Magicians from as far away as New York have
indicated they plan to attend.

Stage illusions made by John Gaughn and David Mendoza, both builders of
illusions for David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy, will be
available for sale. Many of the magician?s props are valued in the
thousands of dollars.

Mr. Alan has performed on national TV on Entertainment Tonight, MTV,
Inside Edition, Good Morning America, ABC, NBC and CBS Network News
programs. He?s also appeared with Oprah Winfrey, Larry King, Will Smith
and Maury Povich as well as seven times at the White House. He has
acted as a consultant for David Copperfield.

Wayne is best known in the trade show/convention field. He represents
large corporations in their convention exhibits and meetings as a
goodwill ambassador and spokesman for their products.

He has designed
custom illusions for companies ranging from A to Z, from a vanishing
automobile for Avis Rent-A-Car to levitating a laptop computer for
Zenith Data Systems.

Photo opportunities of people floating in the air, being sawed in half,
and disappearing into thin air will be available. The media will be
asked to sign a secrecy agreement so as not to reveal any magician?s
secrets.


Wayne Alan Down-Under


Wayne Alan, America?s Only World Champion Illusionist, (FISM
1982-International Olympics of Magic Gold Medal winner for Grand
Illusion) will host, at his home, a yard sale featuring magician?s
stage illusions, close-up and stage magic, books, posters and
memorabilia.

It will be held Saturday, July 23, 2005-10:00 AM to 1:00
PM at 3103 Newcastle Lane, Riva (Annapolis) MD, 21140-Rain or Shine (we
will have tents).

When asked who can attend, Mr. Alan replied, ?ONLY MAGICIANS (and the
media) will be allowed entry. A valid ID from a magical organization
such as the International Brotherhood of Magicians or the Society of
American Magicians, or other proof of a serious interest in magic is
required for entry.?

Over 500 magicians from the Mid-Atlantic region,
including the members of the Magician?s Alliance of Eastern States,
have been invited. Magicians from as far away as New York have
indicated they plan to attend.

Stage illusions made by John Gaughn and David Mendoza, both builders of
illusions for David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy, will be
available for sale. Many of the magician?s props are valued in the
thousands of dollars.

Mr. Alan has performed on national TV on Entertainment Tonight, MTV,
Inside Edition, Good Morning America, ABC, NBC and CBS Network News
programs. He?s also appeared with Oprah Winfrey, Larry King, Will Smith
and Maury Povich as well as seven times at the White House. He has
acted as a consultant for David Copperfield.

Wayne is best known in the trade show/convention field. He represents
large corporations in their convention exhibits and meetings as a
goodwill ambassador and spokesman for their products.

He has designed
custom illusions for companies ranging from A to Z, from a vanishing
automobile for Avis Rent-A-Car to levitating a laptop computer for
Zenith Data Systems.

Photo opportunities of people floating in the air, being sawed in half,
and disappearing into thin air will be available. The media will be
asked to sign a secrecy agreement so as not to reveal any magician?s
secrets.

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