About Faces Entertainment's January 2016 Newsletter

About Faces Entertainment January 2016 Newsletter
Get ready for a New Year with About Faces!
Winter is Coming... Winter is Coming...
Winter is Here!
If you're anything like us, you've been so busy with the holiday season and trying to come up with a plausible New Year's Resolution that you've barely had time to think about your upcoming winter festivities. But that's all right. This year, make it your resolution to give yourself a break every once in a while! Let About Faces handle it. We can provide amazing entertainment for whatever you have planned. Speaking of planning, maybe that's your New Year's Resolution: to plan ahead more. It's never too early to start planning your next event--or too late, for that matter, if your resolution hasn't worked out. Hire a few of our talented face painters, grinning clowns, or clever magicians to make you smile this winter season. For those of you having your holiday parties in January, let us help you entertain your guests. You can take time to thank your employees with a caricature artist. If you want, you can check out our website and request your ideal artist from About FacesWhatever the case, we have you covered.
A Note From a Very Mature Dog

You may know me as Benny the Office Puppy. But in honor of my upcoming 5th birthday, I am officially changing my status to Benny the Office Dog.

I'm here to talk about growing up. Unlike what people might bark about, growing up isn't about giving up your favorite squeaky toy. Everyone knows that a brand new toy doesn't replace a endlessly slobbered upon best friend. 

What growing up is about, though, is learning new things. And getting new things. I, myself, wouldn't object to a Milkbone, just in case anyone was wondering. But I digress.   As I've grown up, I've learned a lot of things. I learned that seltzer water is NOT water, no matter how thirsty you are. I also learned that there are some people who just deny their dogs harmless fun, as innocent as chewing socks off a person's feet or stealing their shoes. 


Unfortunately, through the process of growing up, I have not managed to improve my guilty look. They can always tell that I am hiding socks under the toy! I am not actually particularly guilty about this, though. Anyway, what I am trying to say is that growing up doesn't have to mean letting go of yourself. It just means incorporating the new things you've learned into your personality. For me, the specifics of growing up--maturity, responsibilities, and whatnot--are not very appealing. In fact, I'd really rather not grow up at all. To prolong this inevitable fate, I eat socks. But don't tell my owners--I'm pretty sure they haven't figured it out yet.

"Not eating sock. Nope. Not even looking. Who, me?"
First Rate Reviews!

Amazing!
[Caricature artist] Keith M. was amazing. The event was a huge success. Without a doubt we will hire him again. We are already considering your company for future events. Thanks for all your help in the planning process. I really could not have pulled off such a successful event without your help.
ChaRita Echols
A fun fact about Keith M.: Keith loves traveling, and there is said to be a "Keith Caricature" hanging up on every continent of the world! 

Wonderful!

[Magician] Keith C. was wonderful. We're still trying to figure out how he did some of his tricks.
Kathleen Smith
Keith C. has been performing full time for over 15 years and was President of the Wizards Club of Chicago for eight of those years!
Thanks for Reading!

Now that you know how to make a party great, make sure you don't pass up the chance- book About Faces today! Don't forget to use the coupon at the top of this newsletter to save $10 on your next event. Check back soon for the February newsletter!

Have a great start to the new year,
Kayleigh and Audrey Hasson
Newsletter Co-editors
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