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lou serrano
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Scott Hollingsworth is a very smart man. I've only met him once and had a chance to sit down for dinner with him. He has a plethora of knowledge regarding restaurant magic and business in general. Although I haven't read his book, I can only imagine the gems that can be found within its pages.

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Agreed--Scot has been "table hopping" for longer than many magicians in this topic have been alive. His book has some great stuff in it. I particularly like his ring and rope (harness ring) material.
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On 2009-06-03 01:34, lou serrano wrote:


I will stand behind my previous post and say that Zach's course is probably the best resource on the market today when it comes to booking and maximizing the benefits of performing in restaurants. Aside from that, I have only known Zach to be a genuinely caring, giving, and ethical human being.

Respectfully,

Lou Serrano


Is that your affiliate number you keep posting in the link? I think Zach has some good info, although I also disliked his "better than anybody" approach. Plus the mails got to be too much. He never contributed to any post that did not promote his course. In fact all of his posts were his own topics promoting his course and claiming his information is far superior that books such as the "outdated" Magic Menu. I wanted to get his course but it was too much to pay for just an online course that had no printed back ups. In other words if the site ever goes down you lose all of the information you paid for. From what I saw you had to go to the site to log in to use what you bought.

I told Zach that I disliked this as well. He said he would come out with a much more expensive printed version soon, although I am not sure if he ever did.
The great trouble with magicians is the fact that they believe when they have bought a certain trick or piece of apparatus, and know the method or procedure, that they are full-fledged mystifiers. -- Harry Houdini
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