Encore Magic Moves – Bigger, Better and Bubba

 

Chris Reesman

Chris Reesman’s Encore Magic is well-known to Michigan magicians for great selection and a real magic shop atmosphere. Well, the ambiance Mr. Reesman provided paid off. He is forced to move from his three-year home across the street from Bubba’ s Restaurant.

His old shop was a comfortable — maybe ‘cozy’ — 850 square feet.

The new home for Encore Magic is spacious and grand, coming in at 2,900 square feet. For our friends who use the metric system, that is “little” to “big.”

Mr. Reesman has also made the move from renter to part owner of the property. He is in the same area as the old store — just a bigger space and more opportunity.

The magician/owner told The Flint Journal, the magic store is now open longer hours, has more display space and is perfect for magic or juggling classes as well as lectures and club meetings. The IBM currently meets in a nearby hall.

As with the old shop, the new and improved location will carry items suited “from the beginner to the seasoned pros.” We are carrying the larger illusions guillotines, substitution trunks, stuff for stage shows.”

Mr. Reesman will also begin carrying more supplies for ventriloquists, jugglers, and clowns. One of the great benefits the new space provides is room to work more closely with school and community theatrical groups, for which he has designed and built special effects. He is also able to do more manufacturing and repair of magic in the new digs. It has allowed him to do more manufacturing and repair of equipment used by magicians around the nation.

Mr. Reesman intends to recruit three new employees to work at the store. He’ll have magic classes planned for the store throughout the summer. Visit the Encore Magic website to see unique magic items made by Mr. Reesman. He’s rightly received outstanding praise for his innovation and dedication to quality.

And as if you needed another reason to attend the Michigan Magic Day; Mr. Reesman’s grand opening will be the week of May 16th – 21st. So if you intend to attend Michigan Magic Day, and plan to come the night before for some ad-hoc sharing and showing, you’ll be in town for the last two days of the Encore Magic grand opening.

By the way, if you live within the reach of this webpage, you are close enough to make the Michigan Magic Day in Flint. Mr. Reesman, as President of the Leonard Eva Ring 36, has been involved in setting the stages for the likes of Whit Haydn, Johnny Thompson, Nate Kranzo, Cheri Kaye, Billy McComb, David Acer, Losander, Luna Shimada, and Mark Cannon. There are more, but if this doesn’t entice you, there is nothing that will.

 

Chris Reesman

Chris Reesman’s Encore Magic is well-known to Michigan magicians for great selection and a real magic shop atmosphere. Well, the ambiance Mr. Reesman provided paid off. He is forced to move from his three-year home across the street from Bubba’ s Restaurant.

His old shop was a comfortable — maybe ‘cozy’ — 850 square feet.

The new home for Encore Magic is spacious and grand, coming in at 2,900 square feet. For our friends who use the metric system, that is “little” to “big.”

Mr. Reesman has also made the move from renter to part owner of the property. He is in the same area as the old store — just a bigger space and more opportunity.

The magician/owner told The Flint Journal, the magic store is now open longer hours, has more display space and is perfect for magic or juggling classes as well as lectures and club meetings. The IBM currently meets in a nearby hall.

As with the old shop, the new and improved location will carry items suited “from the beginner to the seasoned pros.” We are carrying the larger illusions guillotines, substitution trunks, stuff for stage shows.”

Mr. Reesman will also begin carrying more supplies for ventriloquists, jugglers, and clowns. One of the great benefits the new space provides is room to work more closely with school and community theatrical groups, for which he has designed and built special effects. He is also able to do more manufacturing and repair of magic in the new digs. It has allowed him to do more manufacturing and repair of equipment used by magicians around the nation.

Mr. Reesman intends to recruit three new employees to work at the store. He’ll have magic classes planned for the store throughout the summer. Visit the Encore Magic website to see unique magic items made by Mr. Reesman. He’s rightly received outstanding praise for his innovation and dedication to quality.

And as if you needed another reason to attend the Michigan Magic Day; Mr. Reesman’s grand opening will be the week of May 16th – 21st. So if you intend to attend Michigan Magic Day, and plan to come the night before for some ad-hoc sharing and showing, you’ll be in town for the last two days of the Encore Magic grand opening.

By the way, if you live within the reach of this webpage, you are close enough to make the Michigan Magic Day in Flint. Mr. Reesman, as President of the Leonard Eva Ring 36, has been involved in setting the stages for the likes of Whit Haydn, Johnny Thompson, Nate Kranzo, Cheri Kaye, Billy McComb, David Acer, Losander, Luna Shimada, and Mark Cannon. There are more, but if this doesn’t entice you, there is nothing that will.

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