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Marvin’s Magic unveils new Virtual Studios

Published on: 19th November 2020

Marvin’s Magic has incorporated brand new studios into its Hertfordshire HQ to create a virtual magic meeting room.

Marvin's Magic

Marvin’s Magic is world renowned for its entertaining sales presentations, as well as being a major attraction at some of the top international flagship stores, such as Hamleys and Harrods in London and FAO Schwarz in New York.

Likewise, toy and gift buyers often describe their visits to the Marvin’s Magic stand at toy fairs as some of the most entertaining and memorable.

As such, with the postponement of these events, Marvin’s Magic has invested in and incorporated brand new studios into its Hertfordshire HQ, to create a virtual magic meeting with a difference.

The studios boasts three different sets, the most up to date cameras and vision mixers to ensure a unique live and close up experience full of amazing magical demonstrations and presentations as well as mind blowing interactive magic tricks.

Marvin Berglas, award winning magician and creator of Marvin’s Magic, commented: “There are a few extra surprises which we won’t spoil, but we can guarantee that this promises to be the most fun, impressive and productive way to do great magical business together.”

Marvin, Tom, Justin and the team look forward to booking appointments, which will be specifically tailored to each visitor’s needs, personally showing and sharing with them what’s new and innovative, as well as the exciting things the team have up their sleeves.

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