Random Visitor surveys
Event visitors whom participated in show experience are extended an invitation to express comments on a random survey. Stakeholder visitors, are those for whom repeat show experience multiple times, either on inaugural year or subsequent.
Many other visitors are given the opportunity to hand write reviews, these registrants will obtain post cards in the mail on proceeding years served.
As social media channels are being formatted to this site, certainly check back to review other current registrant comments.
recent comments from key authorities employed:
Columbia County Fair- Active: Mike Zapata, Director
(Yes) proved to attract patrons and was considered effective in satisfying your community outreach goals in supporting educational entertainment, (Yes) attention was given to audience participation with interaction for all ages especially the school aged and seniors (Yes) entertainment served to enhance event offerings (Yes) Did you find cost in this entertainment commensurate with services provided.
Carolina Classic Fair-Winston-Salem-NC- Retired/Active: David L. Sparks and or current: Ms. Cheryle Hartley-Director
“Michael Felk has provided tinsmithing demonstrations at the Dixie Classic Fair’s Yesterday Village for over a decade and continues to draw strong crowds. His knowledge and personality draws fair goers in and keeps them entertained while educating them on the craft of making practical and beautiful tin products. He recently has worked with us to sell items made during the Fair, offsetting the cost of his demonstrations”. “I would recommend Michael to any Fair or Festival wanting an entertaining and quality demonstrational show at their event.
Herkimer County Fair-Frankfort-NY. – Gerry Elthorp, Director
“Those from the fair whom watched the show, said it was very informative, interesting, and will recommend to other Fairs“.
Field Day of the Past- Richmond- Va. -Melinda Gammon, Director
“Puts on a good Educational show offering insight to our heritage, which is what our show is all about, a great training and learning tool… as entertainment it is very fun to watch…”
Pennsylvania Farm Show– Harrisburg-PA. – Heidi Svonavec, Assistant Executive Director
“What a great exhibit, added a significant educational aspect to the PA Farm Show. Loved that items were available as we used to raise money in our showcase later in week.”
SC-State Fair-Columbia-SC-Nancy Smith-CFE, General Manager Director
“Michael Felk has been a part of the South Carolina State Fair for quite a few years. His Tinsmithing Show was one of the first shows of its kind that we had on the grounds and he has been a major player in the development of what we now proudly call our “Heritage Village”. Our goal at the SC State Fair is to make our event a fun, educational and entertaining one and Michael Felk’s Tinsmithing Shows certainly has made and continues to make that goal a reality. Education and family entertainment is more important now that ever. We look forward to having Michael Felk’s Tinsmithing Shows for years to come.”
Pitt County Fair, Greenville-NC-Ken & Phyllis Ross, Managers
“Really good job, everyone enjoys him, he got everyone involved, a draw for our fair”
Clarion County Fair, Fairmount City- PA- Jackie L. Quinn-Director
“GREAT JOB..Very interactive”
Funding support in part by: The Clarion County Fair Board to include: The Brick House Bed & Breakfast-Established 1820 plus Local supporting business: J.M. Smucker Co.-Established in 1897, S&T Bank, serving PA-OHIO-NY-Established 1902, VFW Servicemen’s Club , New Bethlehem the town of-Established 1756, Incorporated 1853
Other event services include convention speeches:
Cookie Cutter Collector’s Club & Convention– Virginia Beach- VA.- Elizabeth DeVault- President
“The speech presentation was well received, and comments from guest reflected complete satisfaction.”