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Ultimate Networking Tool (DVD/Booklet/Props) by Jeff Kaylor and Anton James - DVD

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The Ultimate Networking Tool is a system for being prepared to make lasting connections in an impressive way. Not only will you leave your new contact with a memorable interaction, you will have obtained information such as their name, phone number, and email address as well as key details about this person that will help your relationship develop.

"The best, most entertaining way to get more leads. It solves all the problems when you meet a potential client and they don't have a business card on them."
- Erick Olson - Corporate Magician and Spokesperson

This is a solution to a problem that every professional has dealt with.

Not everyone has a business card, and even if they do, most people often forget to carry them around.

Putting information into a cell phone can look unprofessional, especially if you are at a paid gig.

Having the spectator write down their info helps in loud venues and avoids the need to have the contact repeat themselves.

Business professionals love this (and you) because it makes you look creative, clever, and most importantly, PREPARED.

It's grab and go! You'll always have your cards, something to write with, and an effect. Most importantly, you're ready to get that ever-important contact info.

Simplicity = GOLD

Will do more for you than any card trick and pays for itself!


'I have one and absolutely love it. Basically if you want an extremely clever way to obtain new client leads under the guise of performing a really cool trick, then this is what you need. It has lots of built in comedy and provides you with a VERY easy way to obtain secret information that you can use in various types of effects. I carry this with me all time now! If you are a 'strolling' or 'restaurant worker' then you can't afford not to have this. Just handing out YOUR business card 'may' get you some business. However if you use this as per the DVD instructions you WILL increase your bookings! This is a real 'worker'...  - Cody Fisher