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Silver Dollar City Review (Stunt Dog Experience)

June 26, 2010

A letter was sent to Silver Dollar City by a family last week, in regards to their experience seeing our show at the park. In all the years I’ve been performing this is by far the most wonderful feedback I have ever heard. Thank you Kelly Olsen from Berryville, Arkansas for taking the time to share how our show touched your lives. It means a lot knowing that our message is being so well received. We love to entertain; but we also strive to educate, promote and make a difference in the communities in which we perform.

Site Origin: Silver Dollar City Theme Park

Date: June 2010

Name: Kelly Olsen

From: Berryville, Arkansas

Comment:

To Whom It May Concern,

I and my children, ages 5 and 8, recently saw the Stunt Dog Show at Silver Dollar City (SDC). I have to tell you how awesome it was and how much we appreciate you featuring this extraordinary entertainer! The show was super fun and contained meaningful and important messages about pet overpopulation, adoption, and the amazing potential talent of “unwanted” shelter animals too! It was also an experience those of us in the audience could “take home” if we have pets: we bought the DVD on training dogs, and the children are now spending time training our dogs, which is enriching everyone’s life this summer. I think this combination is magical for a SDC show: (1) fun, (2) meaningful, and (3) somthing that changes our perspective, adds something to our lives, or gives us something new to do when we go home. I was so elated after the show that I upgraded our day passes to season passes, and I have told everyone I know via email and Facebook to go see the show! I know at least two families have done so, based on my suggestion. Thank you for bringing this show to SDC!  – Kelly Olsen (Berryville, Arkansas)

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Julia Kosobucki permalink
    June 26, 2010 1:42 am

    Chris, she hit the head on the nail. I have told you before that your show is what inspired my daughter to train her dog. Now dogs! You were the one who got her started. Funny, Zac was still with you then and she follows both of you on the internet. Did you know she is the western regional youth champ for skyhoundz? Going to TN if we raise the funds. She is still actively training her dogs with tricks, agility, socialization, obedience as well as Frisbee. Not bad for a 10 year old. Thanks Chris and I’m glad that Mom took the time to write such a true and well stated letter. Congratulations!

  2. June 26, 2010 9:57 am

    I’m so glad to hear that Julia! Thanks for keeping in touch and sharing! Wow western regional youth champ huh? That’s fantastic! Tell her I said great job!

  3. Alice Brocato permalink
    October 13, 2014 6:44 pm

    I have a dog, mix breed she can climb, fly and run fast as the wind. She needs someone who knows how to train her. She is so sweet.Maybe a year old or younger. Can you help.

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