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August 9th, 2013

Latest statistics indicate that 2,964 cases of abductions by strangers and non-custodial parents were registered with the NCIC division of the FBI. Is one of your students next? This assembly program covers a scary topic in a fun way that sticks with students and teaches them to be “Street Smart!”…

“Proven Techniques Keep Your Children Safe From Stranger Dangers – Guaranteed!”

Proven Advise – By An Expert. “It seems amazing that you can keep children safe from Stranger Dangers in only 40 minutes with 4 Proven Steps! But it’s true and I Guarantee Results.”  – Rick Allen, The School Show Expert

Children right in your community, Right at your school are in danger of being lured and tricked everyday by sexual predators, into situations that could turn deadly for the child.

I Teach Children To Be “Street Smart” In a Fun & Educational Environment

From the Desk of: Rick Allen, B.Msc.

Dear Concerned Friend;

For nearly forty years I’ve has been entertaining and educating young people with my talents of illusion and comedy. Having traveled throughout the United States and Canada and having been endorsed by leading schools, media and organizations as being reliable, professional and creative This may be the most valuable program the children will experience this year.

Here’s a Description of the Stranger Danger program:

As concerned educators, we all want the same thing, we want our children to be safe, both in and out of school, don’t we?

The alarming fact is that, every forty seconds, another child becomes lost or missing in America, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

A missing child becomes a gut wrenching nightmare beyond imagination for parents, schools and communities large and small.

By profession I am a noted magician and illusionist, by nature I am a concerned parent. The acclaimed Stranger Danger Awareness Program, is the result of that concern.

This Could Be The Most Important Assembly Your School Will Have This Year!

Children as you know do not always grasp the message, when presented only once to them, local law enforcement efforts are great, but children learn avoidance skills best when exposed to different learning experiences. Don’t they?

The Stranger Danger Awareness Program educates in a fun environment that makes learning easy.


The key points of the program are demonstrated with illusions, roll play and comedy.

How Does The Stranger Danger Awareness Program Teach Kids To Be “Street Smart” ?

The Stranger Danger Awareness Program is a fun and memorable interactive educational program that teaches children, Pre-K through sixth grade how to be “street smart” about strangers and internet safety it is adapted from guidelines provided by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.


This unique program uses slight of hand illusions, roll play and storytelling to get the four major points of “No-Go-Tell-Yell” across to the children in a manor they will never forget. Don’t you agree children learn best when they are having fun?

Guaranteed To Help Children Learn to be “Street Smart”

Children leave the program knowing the four key concepts of stranger awareness, along with a reinforcement handout for parents and teachers.

The Stranger Danger Awareness Program comes with a 100% guarantee…

The children will be able to recite back the 4 key points of the message and what they mean or you owe nothing.

The Stranger Danger Awareness Program is embraced by leading educators and media, as an effective way to reach children with the important message of stranger dangers without causing undue fear.

But, don’t take my word for it; this is what others have to say about the Stranger Danger Awareness Programs ability to help children learn…

The plain fact is, this is an effective program! Community leaders and the media would not be endorsing the Stranger Danger Awareness Program since I began it in 1989, if it didn’t work… It just couldn’t be any simpler!

This program works when others don’t! It gets the message to children in a way that they can grasp and retain it. It’s not just a silly magic show passed off as an educational program; the magic is simply to candy coat the important message. Sure we all have a good time, but make no mistake the message is clear and the assembly does not waste the students or your time.

In November of 2010, Citizens4Change members, Kathy & Rick Beam and Lisa Francis met with Ms. Susie Riegle to present our research on the Stranger Danger program. In December, Greenville Schools accepted the Stranger Danger program to be presented to all children K-6. I attended the East School program today and was so impressed with Mr. Allen and his ability to incorporate fun into a very serious matter for our kids. Mr. Allen conveyed to the children about stranger danger and by using interaction with the kids, he was instilling confidence, rather than fear. I further felt that he equipped the children with the knowledge and strategies they needed to protect themselves in dangerous situations.
Thank you Ms. Riegle and Greenville Schools for bringing this program to the children and our hope is that you will continue with this for many years to come. JOB WELL DONE!” – Greenville, Ohio
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Here are some video comments from principals, teachers and school counselors expressing their thoughts on the Stranger Danger Awareness Programs value in their schools and communities

Here’s a live video clip from a recent Live, Stranger Danger Awareness Program, where the Children learn to be “Street Smart”.

Bottom Line, the Stranger Danger Program is Extremely Effective and Needed in Your community. Here’s Why…

“I really liked your effort to gain community support for the program. I think it is always a great idea to involve the business sector & to have their support and you really helped bring that into a Reality.”

Linda S. Locke, Principal, South Elementary, Urbana, OH

“Your rapport with the kids (and their parents) was obvious, and the positive message of your various shows reflected well on our station and our sponsor.”

Ray Foushee : Promotions Director W.D.R.B., Fox 41 and W.F.T.E. Channel 58. Louisville Ky

“Very entertaining and simple/direct enough for students to learn from in a short amount of time.”

Tom Musgrave Principal, S Zanesville OH School

“I had concerns regarding the children being able to grasp the educational message presented in a magic show format. However the Edu-Magic Program utilized the “magic show” as a tool to maintain children’s interest and attention in order to deliver an educational message about safety.”

Christine Gray, Principal, Pioneer School, Zanesville OH

“He had flair and information – a good program in which to teach students.”

Bethany Conrad, Student teacher, New Lexington Elm., OH

“We want to thank you for your wonderful presentation.”

YWCA Staff, Lima, OH

“Your message is excellent; the students really enjoyed your presentation.”

Gary Graves, Asst. Principal, Lincoln Elm, Findlay, OH

“I found your program “Stranger Danger”, to be very entertaining and yet at the same time it communicated a message to the students of how to avoid dangerous situations.”

Deane Dukes, Principal, Colonel Crawford Elm., Carey OH

“I especially liked Rick repeating the message several different ways. At this age it is important. But at the same time it moved right along and kept their attention. I think he handled this potentially scary topic in a serious but enjoyable manner”

Karen Berkhoter, Principal, St. Mary’s School, Urbana OH

“Mr. Allen came recommended to us from the Reynoldsburg Park & Recreation, He was very professional.”

Sherry Ruby, Director, Gahanna Early Experience Center, Gahanna, OH

“Our schools asked about a return engagement for you.”

Arnold M Maahs, Wisconsin Bureau of Lectures & Concerts, Tilida, WI

“Very professionally done. Enough variety to captivate the attention of even the youngest viewers. Deals with a very scary topic in a humorous, effective, non-threatening way that children can appreciate and deal with.”

Elaine Belko, St. Nickolas School, Zanesville, OH

“We had lots of feedback from children and parents alike. One of the neatest things about your program is all the interaction and involvement that you incorporate with the children.”

Judith E. Leist, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Columbus, OH

“Good message, always worth hearing and repeating. The illusions really help hold the students attention.”

David Barnhill, Principal, Wilson-Vance Inter, Findlay, OH

We have a Huge Problem only You can provide the solution!

This is why I’m counting on you.

I have put the entire Stranger Danger Awareness Program together to make it easy for you to bring to your school or child care center:
You Get!

* A complete 40 minute program.

* Adaptable to your assembly space.

* Completely self-contained.

* We provide our own professional sound system, suitable for groups
up to 500.

* You get a master copy of the handout, simply copy as many as you
need for the children to take home and the teachers to use after
the program.

* We can arrange (time permitting) for area media appearances such
as TV or radio program along with newspaper interviews about the
program. This local PR makes you look good and expresses your
concern.

* Special programs can be arranged to speak to parent or civic
organizations, and teacher in-service sessions about the myths and
realities of stranger dangers and  what adults can do to help
prevent stranger danger situations in your community.

“Could It Be Any Simpler Then That?”

Booking and Touring Details:

For grades: Pre-K and K-6.

Touring area: (2012 – 2013) AL,AK,AZ,AR,CA,CO,CT,DE,FL,GA,HI,ID,IL,IN,IA,KS,KY,LA,ME,MD,MA,MI,M,MS,MO,MT,NE,­NV,NH,NJ,NM,NY,NC,ND,OH,OK,OR,PA,RI,SC,SD,TN,TX,UT,VT,VA,WA,WV,WI,WY,
Our focus will be on assemblies in, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North & South Carolina, North & South Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia West, Virginia, in the coming year.

No Special requirements: We supply professional sound, lights, back curtains when needed.

Fees: Due to the fluxing of the economy, all fees for programs are determined on an individual basis, based on a number of factors that include the number of assemblies, travel and funding options. We want to work with every interested school and organization to keep our children safe, please inquire with your specific needs and we will do our best to work within your budget.

Special Funding: Mini Drug, Bullying, Safe school Grants may apply. Ask for your booklet “Secret Sources of Funding For Assembly Programs”

(Block booking with other schools is strongly encouraged and

will greatly reduce your fee’s to as low as $275.00 per program)

I am Looking forward to presenting for your children soon,

 

 

 

Rick Allen, B.Msc.

Director Rick Allen EduMagic Programs

P.S.: Don’t delay, Call right now or email me to get a firm fee commitment and your desired date and time. Openings are limited. Call 614 341-7162 24 hr voice mail or email: RickAllen@RickAllenInfo.com NOW!

CONTACT:

Sharon Allen Legg, Office manager

Rick Allen EduMagic Programs
P.O. Box 1246
Bowling Green OH 43402

RickAllen@RickAllenInfo.com

Ph: 614 34-7162 Toll Free: 800 557-9527

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