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Why Holidays Are So Stressful For Wedding Pros

Posted by Chris Erdos | November 28th, 2017 | No Comments

December is a slow month for weddings…Why are you so stressed? Professional Expectations – Corporate clients with Mona Lisa tastes, but Charlie Brown budgets (peanuts). Personal Expectations – If you are a caterer, you can’t bring store-bought cookies to the neighborhood cookie exchange.  Even friends judge you at a different level Read More

The Dark Side Of Owning A DJ Business

The Dark Side Of Owning A DJ Business

Posted by admin | July 20th, 2016 | No Comments

By Shannon Underwood, Conference Director Wedding MBA Wedding couples don’t understand what they are paying for. The success of the reception depends on you. The hours put into the planning are sometimes unknown to the client. Brides and grooms are not paying for music. They are paying for an event Read More


Posted by admin | November 11th, 2015 | No Comments

by Shannon Underwood How do you stand out from the crowd of wedding DJs who seem so much alike? Change up the way you talk about yourself. Instead of: “Put your special event into the hands of a professional disc jockey, guaranteed to make every moment into a memory. No Read More

If I Owned A DJ Company

If I Owned A DJ Company

Posted by admin | September 1st, 2015 | No Comments

By Shannon Underwood   1. I would only use pictures of couples or wedding guests on my on-line listings. I found many profiles with a picture of a DJ holding a mic; I think that visual message misses the mark. 2. I would sell ‘Dancing On A Cloud’ like Robert Walk out of Phoenix, Read More