The Lone Ranger and Silver

Salisbury, MD

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About this pro

How does your business stand out?

No one does what I do - There is no other authentic original looking Lone Ranger and Silver doing events in the USA. I will travel to any event or your special occasion in the United States - Except Alaska and Hawaii.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

My goal is to reach out to the younger generation promoting non-violence, no smoking, no drinking, no drugs and no profanity. I have appeared to more than 9 Million people across the USA

Location

Salisbury, MD 21802

Years in business

12

Number of employees

4

Reviews

10 Reviews
  • Sarah B. Jul 24, 2014
    The Ranger came to an event at Standy Town Va, every one who wanted to meet and greet him and Silver. ( as well as pet Silver who was very friendly and well behaved) The Ranger and crew did an excenllent presentation of The Lone Ranger. As a fan I really enjoyed it and recommend it. (Even to people who are not Lone Ranger fans it would still be a one of a kind experience) It was an event that I will never forget and aways Tresure!
  • Col.Wm H. Jul 17, 2014
    Several years ago my wife and myself along with another couple had the rare oppurtunity to be a part of the Lone Ranger's staff during a road trip for a parade in Michigan. I took on the persona of the Lone Ranger's nephew, Dan, and my friend that of Tonto (in the Jay Silverheels mode). We had a delightful several day vacation and assisted with and participated in shows, meet and greet events, and a parade. It was an experience we still talk about and enjoyed very much.
  • Eileen R. Jul 16, 2014
    I first saw The Lone Ranger and Silver's photo in one of our local newspapers. It said that they would be at Outlaw Days on a weekend in September. I went every time they took part in that event because I grew up listening to The Lone Ranger on radio and later television. I was impressed as to how authentic TLR and Silver looked and how TLR took time to interact with each fan. He and Silver have since been here where I live on their way back from an event in Baltimore. I consider him a friend as well as one of my heroes.
  • Tom K. Jul 16, 2014
    The Lone Ranger has been a part of our Parade for many years and is a big hit with the crowd. He and his people are very professional on all levels and a pleasure to work with.
  • Randy J. Jul 16, 2014
    My wife and I had the privilege to assist the Lone Ranger during an appearance during the summer of 2011. The show was very entertaining for everyone attending. The Lone Ranger was very personable with "kids" of all ages. Thank you for keeping the legend alive!
  • Barry S. Jul 16, 2014
    A real pro.. A Great attraction. Spends 2 days with us Wonderful with children . Delivers a positive message in an entertaining manner. Our second year w Lone Ranger and he continues to be a highlight of our event
  • Michael T. Jul 14, 2014
    I've seen The Lone Ranger perform several times over the last five years. His performance has improved every time I've seen him. His dedication to the craft, and accurately portraying a legend (along with paying tribute to the men who made the character famous) is quite admirable. I brought my two-year-old to see him, and he had the time of his life. I look forward to seeing the show again, and again.
  • Dennis R. Jul 2, 2014
    Meeting The Lone Ranger and his assistants Shiloh and Miss Kitty not to mention the mighty horse with the speed of light, Silver was one of the most memorable experiences of my life. I spent two days with these folks, a parade and the western show, where The Ranger spoke of the legend and how he came to be. A half dollar he shot through twice in midair is still in my possession. The look on the kids faces and many adults was priceless. I brought him a small statue, called a maquette, from former Disney artist/sculptor Ruben Procopio and myself as a tribute of love and respect to a man who has given so much to so many. How many people can say they had dinner with The Lone Ranger, or their face was licked by the mighty horse Silver? Well, I can. Time flew by, I never got a chance to thank that masked man enough, he rode away with a cloud of dust and a hearty 'Hiyo Silver'. This is my true story. We remain friends to this day, and I love him like a brother.
  • Doug B. Apr 21, 2014
    I met Lone several years ago when he did a show in Lewes, DE. I was impressed not only by the quality of the presentation and the attention to detail, but also the importance placed on the representation of the character and the traditional values the Lone Ranger embodies. We need more role models like the Lone Ranger. I am glad to have met and had the chance to have worked with him at several venues the last few years. Not only do they put on a top notch show, but they really do care and work to present the morality and integrity that the Lone Ranger stands for. It is not always easy work, but it is a lot of fun, and it is good to be a part of something meaningful.
  • Steven D. Apr 21, 2014
    In the past 5 years, the Millersville Community Parade has hosted the Lone Ranger in our annual parade, a few times. From the initial contact, to making arrangements for the appearance, contract negotiation, and of course day-of execution, I have found the overall experience to be excellent. Good quality customer service (pre-planning). Very thorough (detail oriented), as well as flexible, where need be. Professional planning staff and reliable. The Lone Ranger was also very professional and easy to work with. I enjoyed the total experience. A quality act! Due to budgetary constraints we cannot always include the same acts annually--sometimes driven by the parade theme. The Lone Ranger always showed up early, prior to official line-up time of the parade; he took care of his horse and conducted himself (both horse and Lone Ranger) in the actual parade. The Lone Ranger was a crowd pleaser! The horse was well-trained, as well. Both were very clean and tidy! Appropriate for the entertainment theatrical value.

Q&A

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Every day is educational when traveling and taking care of a horse.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
Purely by accident. It was a hobby and when events and other people found out what I was doing they started calling to ask me to appear at their private party or events.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
Several - check my website for Celebrity endorsements and awards.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Make sure he is authentic to the character and knows the history of the character and is not some one trying to dress the part and is not knowledgeable of the dress or character.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
How difficult it was to research and assemble the character for authenticity to present to the public. Not only for me but for my horse named Silver. The saddle and tack on Silver is from 1957 and there are very few of these around today. Traveling on the road touring with a horse is not easy. It is a lot of hard work which is probably why no one else is willing to do it.