Clowns are COOL!!! And that’s a fact. Happy Days!!! To Modine
Now that A Richmond Celebration has been successfully completed, I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the superb job you and your husband did. In addition to fine performances which did much to add to the atmosphere, your cooperation and assistance throughout the planning stage was greatly appreciated. We shall certainly keep you in mind if a similar event develops in the future. Also, please feel free to use us as a reference.
Thanks again for everything yesterday. Everyone had a wonderful time!
We liked It.
Thank you for making my party such a hit! I’m still talking about the fun we had!
Wanted to let you know how much fun the kids had at Joanna’s party. Your show was great – really held their attention. We could never have handled so many kids without your help.
Thank you very much for helping us to make Robert’s birthday so special! He talked about you for days after the party and all the ‘silly’ things the clown did. You really are a great clown. Robert (big Robert) and I thought you were hysterical!
Your participation in our Career Day assembly was very much appreciated. The students thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and have been discussing it in class and informally. We particularly appreciated your efforts to relate our character qualities to your career field. . . The impression you left with our students will always be remembered and may be the impetus for a future career choice.
Your presence was the perfect ‘frosting on our cake’ –you brought magic to us! What an awesome talent you are.
We all enjoyed the show. Thank you for making our 6th b’day party so special.
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