The Platinum presentation includes large-scale illusions for sawing people in half, floating people in the air, etc. These are shipped air freight (at no additional cost to you) to the venue a day or two before the program.
The Gold presentation replaces the large-scale illusions with ones that are more easily portable, smaller ones that can be checked on an airplane as baggage.
The Silver presentation fits in the overhead bin of an airplane and employs more “mentalist” type routines, such as apparent mind reading, etc. All are hilarious and astounding, and all are just as life-changing.
The Silver program is designed for the group with a limited budget or small audience. The Platinum is the blockbuster program when the situation calls for big-budget entertainment and message. Most audiences choose the Gold program, which meets both criteria for only slightly more than the Silver price.
I’m concerned about the use of magic and references to such things in your performance. Is there anything supernatural going on?
I need someone who can educate my people during the afternoon and entertain at NIGHT. Is Billy the right one for the job?
In the past we have been gouged by speakers on first-class travel, extensive AV demands and expensive meals. What guarantee do we have that this won’t happen again?
Other speakers we’ve had say they customize, but it was just the same old canned program. How does Billy customize his program?
I’m very particular about both on and off-platform behavior of my speakers. What can I expect from Billy?
Client’s Bill of Rights
- You have a right to expect me, Billy Riggs, to be a good steward of your expense money. I will fly coach and seek the lowest reasonable air fare. Meals will be reasonably priced, tips will be average, rental cars will be market rate or lower.
- You have a right to expect me (whenever possible) to book my flight itinerary allowing sufficient opportunity to arrive on time for the engagement even if my original scheduled flight were to cancel.
- You have a right to expect me to customize my presentation to meet your company’s specific needs, properly using your company’s terminology, goals, and job titles.
- You have a right to expect me to know the theme of your conference or function and to incorporate it into my presentation.
- You have a right to expect me to be ready to begin my presentation on time, and to end on time.
- You have a right to expect me to be flexible, adjusting the length of the presentation, or its focus, or the start time to meet your needs.
- You have a right to expect the highest integrity in all of my dealings with you and your people.
- You have a right to expect me to make a presentation that is “squeaky” clean and suitable for all audiences. Likewise, I will conduct myself with decorum, and not use profanity or off-color remarks whether on or off the platform.
- You have a right to expect me to be available to you as often as needed before the presentation to talk with you by phone about the specific needs of your group.
- You have a right to expect me to avoid making my presentation a thinly disguised attempt to market products. No more than 60 seconds will be used for this purpose, and none at all should you request it.