Hired 100 times
12 years in business
Cash, Check, Venmo
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
People ask me how much do I charge per hour and I explain that each venue and client differs. Many factors that need to be addressed for an event like a wedding include: Location (how many floors does the venue have, what will it take to get my equipment to the dance floor, how many set-ups will I need?) Time of year, Day of the week (rates can drop considerably if an event is on a Mon, Tues, Wed), size of crowd ( more people means more sound), Lighting, and Travel. I always try to offer the best value I can to my clients and I want them to understand that when the job is done right, it's priceless.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Phone meeting. Note taking. proposal. Party!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Yes, I'm always networking with other professional DJ's to learn and share equipment and music methods. Through my inquisitive nature, I learned about Power Conditioners from a photo booth owner while at an event we both worked. Come to find out Power Conditioners look like a robust surge protector, but they will also filter any noises caused by electrical interference from the surrounding building you are plugged into. Think about what happens when a vacuum cleaner is running in one room and the "static" interference interrupts the TV playing in the next room. If you ever hear a buzzing noise through a speaker, it's the same concept and I can confidently know that I am bringing the "cleanest" purest sound to my clients at any venue with this device, despite how old the wiring may be.