Brian Flora

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'''Brian Flora''' ("Professor Flora") was a well-known magician in Albuquerque, performing in restaurants, schools, and  private parties. His business, Flora and Company, was supplier of marketing materials for magicians, mentalists and family entertainers.
 
'''Brian Flora''' ("Professor Flora") was a well-known magician in Albuquerque, performing in restaurants, schools, and  private parties. His business, Flora and Company, was supplier of marketing materials for magicians, mentalists and family entertainers.
  
For several years, Flora conducted an annual [[Magic Marketing Conference]]  
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For several years, Flora conducted an annual [[Magic Marketing Conference]] starting in 1990.
  
 
In his later years, he turned his interest in sideshows and carnivals into a new business, manufacturing handcranked pipe organs.<ref> Magic Circular, Vol. 96, No. 1035, October 2002, BRIAN FLORA DIES OF A HEART ATTACK, reported by Richard Webster, page 315 </ref>
 
In his later years, he turned his interest in sideshows and carnivals into a new business, manufacturing handcranked pipe organs.<ref> Magic Circular, Vol. 96, No. 1035, October 2002, BRIAN FLORA DIES OF A HEART ATTACK, reported by Richard Webster, page 315 </ref>

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Brian Flora
BornBrian Ross Flora
June 14, 1950
DiedAugust 24, 2002 (age 52)
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Brian Flora ("Professor Flora") was a well-known magician in Albuquerque, performing in restaurants, schools, and private parties. His business, Flora and Company, was supplier of marketing materials for magicians, mentalists and family entertainers.

For several years, Flora conducted an annual Magic Marketing Conference starting in 1990.

In his later years, he turned his interest in sideshows and carnivals into a new business, manufacturing handcranked pipe organs.[1]

Flora wrote frequently for Genii and other magazines on such columns as "Magic on Tape", "New Magic Media", and "Magic on TV and Film".

Books

  • Selling Your Act by Brian R. Flora (1984)
  • Selling and Playing the Outdoor Show by Docc Hilford (written by Brian R. Flora)
  • Magic Marketing Update by Docc Hilford (written by Brian R. Flora) (1987)
  • The Master Marketing Manual by Brian R. Flora (1990)

References

  1. Magic Circular, Vol. 96, No. 1035, October 2002, BRIAN FLORA DIES OF A HEART ATTACK, reported by Richard Webster, page 315


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