Well, it’s been another busy week without Paul here at Hocus Pocus, but the good news is that he is feeling much better and will probably magically appear on Monday. Just speaking with him on the phone today, he sounded 100% better than he did a week ago. We want to thank all of you for your very kind phone calls and emails wishing Paul a speedy recovery, and we look forward to his return on Monday.


Monday, May 17th will be an especially exciting evening in Branson, Missouri as several nationally known comedians, singers, musicians, impersonators and magicians will come together in one incredible show to honor and assist one of their own… Tom Mullica. Tom has made a name for himself around the World as one of the most inventive and theatrical entertainers in the business. For several years Tom has paid tribute to one of America’s most beloved comedians Red Skelton with a show that can only be described as “Genius.”

In January 2010 Tom was diagnosed as having Acute Myelogenous Leukemia (blood and bone marrow cancer) and has since been undergoing high level chemotherapy treatments. His hospitalization of over a month has generated enormous expense and this gathering of friends and supporters is a small way of easing the financial burden and giving back some of the healing laughter that Tom has so generously spread around the globe. We all wish Tom the very best.

Find out more and buy your tickets HERE!

Yesterday, so many of you responded to our “50%-60% Off Bang for Your Bucks Event” that we were literally running throughout the showroom and warehouse scrambling to get your packages out as quickly as possible. Poor Jan and Karen were packing and shipping all day up until the UPS driver made his daily pick up, but they managed to do it! Lots of good deals were had, and it looks like we have a little bit of breathing room now in the warehouse, thanks to you.

Last, but certainly not least, don’t forget that this Sunday is Mother’s Day. The most important thing your mom wants is to more than likely spend some time with you and your family. Remember all the nice things Mom did for you while growing up? No matter how you celebrate Mother’s Day, make sure it’s a safe and memorable one.

Until next time,

Paul’s People


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