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Carter to entertain at Annual Dinner

Posted: Friday, December 9, 2011

Join the Chamber of Commerce as we present Christopher Carter at our Annual Dinner on Monday, January 16, beginning at 6 p.m. During the evening, the audience will experience Christopher Carter as he “messes with your mind.”

Christopher Carter cannot see a thing. You make sure of that when you and several other audience members place a large coin over each of his eyes and cover both of his eyes with multiple layers of duct tape so that he is completely blind. Yet, without missing a single detail, Christopher will tell you exactly what is in your pockets. Prior to this, he will provide the audience with an intricate description of an object that a man is holding. Just before this, he will stun the crowd when he tells a woman what is in her purse, including the specific compartment where each item is located. Next, he is going to leave you scratching your head in amazement when he begins to reveal the detailed thoughts of dozens of people in the audience.

Christopher will demonstrate why he calls the human mind “the last great frontier.” Christopher takes his audience – not just as observers, but as active participants – on an interior journey that explores the mysteries of the mind. You can see and feel the sense of empowerment that the audience experiences when Christopher causes a light bulb, which you purchased, to suddenly illuminate in your own hands. You can share in the wonder and amazement when an envelope that you have been guarding for weeks is opened to reveal a detailed description of how a randomly selected audience member will be dressed.

For two decades Christopher Carter, from Chicago, has been thrilling corporate audiences in every corner of the nation. Each presentation is customized to the specific needs of the client and the event. Equally at home in an intimate gathering or before a large audience, Christopher has created outstanding presentations for sales meetings, customer appreciation events, award banquets, team building and leadership retreats, and many more. Carter was named Entertainer of the Year, Best Live Novelty Act and Best Male Performer by Campus Activities Magazine in 2005.