Amuse and Amaze Entertainment
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Arrived on time and did a great job engaging the kids in the audience.Sep 1, 2016Verified
She was wonderful. Arrived early and premade Balloon animals and very kid friendly. Will use these two again. Very pleasant to talk too.May 17, 2016Verified
Wonderful show! The children had a blast!Jun 16, 2016Verified
So politeJun 11, 2016Verified
We hired Amuse and Amaze Entertainment for our twins 7th birthday party and they were so much fun! We had 26 kids that were thrilled with the games, balloons, magic tricks and fabulous face painting. Even the adults enjoyed the show. They were so much more than we expected and we will definitely hire them again!May 18, 2016
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Yes,our prices are standard as follows, but keep in mind that we can be flexible according to budget and time needs: We normally start out at $100 for the first hour for Face Painting or Balloon Twisting, and $90 per hour after that. Our superfantastic birthday parties, featuring our 30-40 minute clown magic show-where the birthday child is the star-followed by 20-30 minutes of face painting or balloon twisting start at $125 and each additional hour $90 after that. Birthday or holiday parties can also feature a magician in lieu of a clown or any holiday themed character. Stiltwalkers are available for $150 the first hour and $100 an hour after that.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We have been in the business of family entertainment since 1987. Graduates of Smiley Cole's School for Clowns, Tumbles the Clown School and Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Clown College. We are members in good standing with the World Clown Association, as well as past executive of that organization, International Circus Hall of Fame, Clowns Of America International and Circus Fans of America. We also have been honored to be key note speakers and instructors for these organizations as well as the World Clown Festival Japan, Inch and Snappy's Clown School, Western Regional Clown Association, Southeast Clown Association, The Great Clown Adventure and Cirque Du Jour Travelling Circus training Camp.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?You have to be born with a passion to entertain and keep people thrilled to go into this type of business. Once you meet someone else with this passion you begin to learn the tools to this trade- magic, jokes, balloon twisting, face painting, stilt walking...etc.