- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
What makes the Wedding package pricing vary is simply is the amount of lighting that we bring to the program or our other features. I have found a lot of customers mention to me that lighting is not important enough or they do not want it to overwhelm the style of the function. I have found that lighting features that we offer can bring a level of class and excitement that no other decor can bring to the look and feel of your wedding or function
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
The first thing I do is to make sure that I am the right fit for the customer in regards to what they are looking for. I have a lot of experience with all kinds of functions and I am sure that we have a program and style that we can ensure the customer receives the services that they are looking for. I will never promise more than I can deliver because that would not be fair to a prospective client. I always tell every potential client that the more information they give me the better the function will be.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I read a lot of DJ publications on line and of course I go to a lot of other DJ and wedding vendor websites to get ideas and advice on how to be a better DJ. I am a member of several wedding vendor forums on Linked In. I also received DJ training at a now closed club C.J. Barrymores in Lansing where I learned beat mixing. The most training that I get is gathered from the experience of over 800 functions in reading the guests at an event and being able to play the right music at the right time.