Famed Mentalist Promises Not to Reveal Where the Money is

Posted by admin On June - 13 - 2014

The Amazing Kreskin Wants to Tell Millionaire Jason Buzi  

NYC, NY-6/12/2014 The Amazing Kreskin, the world famous “thought reader” wants to assure Jason Busi, the millionaire hiding cash in a cross-country scavenger hunt, that he won’t tell where the money is hidden. But he could! For many years, Kreskin has been “wowing” audiences at the close of his shows by searching for  his check, hidden by  a committee of audience members…

If he fails he forfeits his fee!!!

“My phone has been ringing off the hook with requests to tell where the money is hidden”, Kreskin said. “But I will no more provide this information than I would the winner of a World Series. Throughout my career, I have always rebuffed offers from those that would use my powers for personal gain. I won’t do it.”

However, Kreskin who was a guest on The Tonight Show (with Johnny Carson) an astounding 88 times has his own challenge for the generous Millionaire.

“What I will do, is ask Mr. Buzi to attend one of my future shows. He can hide a check for $25,000 dollars anywhere in the theater. Makes no difference how big the auditorium. Makes no difference how obscure the hiding spot. “If I fail to find the check, it must be donated to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. BUT, Kreskin continued, “If I succeed in finding the check, the amount donated must be doubled to $50,000.

                         To speak directly with The Amazing Kreskin regarding his challenge to Jason Buzi, the generous millionaire, contact:

Jules Feiler at The Pitching Staff 212-585-0973 or julesfeiler@thepitchingstaff-pr.com

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About The Amazing Kreskin

With a showman’s flair, a comedian’s wit, and the capacities of a bona fide Mentalist or thought reader, The Amazing Kreskin has, for some six decades, dramatized the unique facets of the human mind…his own. His very name has become an integral part of pop culture throughout the world, invoked in comedy clubs, comic strips, print stories, and TV shows from sitcoms on through the national media.

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