Upside Down Christmas Tree, Madhatter Magic Featured

The State (SC) surveys the most unusual and/or noteworthy Christmas trees in today’s edition. 

Bill and Jerrie Groome’s Madhatter Magic Shop is one of the four featured. 

You would almost expect a magic shop to have an upside-down tree, wouldn?t you?


But Jerrie Groome had an upside-down tree long before she and her
husband, Bill, opened the Madhatter Magic Shop in Irmo five years ago.

Almost 20 years ago, she started doing an upside-down room in her
home, complete with table, chair, Christmas tree and Santa Claus
putting gifts under the tree.

She knew the idea would be perfect for the magic shop as well.

So up went the tree and the heads of many customers. The kids there
every month for ?young magician? meetings also have something else to
talk about with their friends.

Continue reading “Madhatter’s Tree Featured” at Today’s Magic News here ?

The State (SC) surveys the most unusual and/or noteworthy Christmas trees in today’s edition. 

Bill and Jerrie Groome’s Madhatter Magic Shop is one of the four featured. 

You would almost expect a magic shop to have an upside-down tree, wouldn?t you?


But Jerrie Groome had an upside-down tree long before she and her
husband, Bill, opened the Madhatter Magic Shop in Irmo five years ago.

Almost 20 years ago, she started doing an upside-down room in her
home, complete with table, chair, Christmas tree and Santa Claus
putting gifts under the tree.

She knew the idea would be perfect for the magic shop as well.

So up went the tree and the heads of many customers. The kids there
every month for ?young magician? meetings also have something else to
talk about with their friends.

Continue reading “Madhatter’s Tree Featured” at Today’s Magic News here ?

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