DJ Shookie Sounds & Entertainment
It’s free, with no obligation to book
Hired 16 times
2 similar jobs done near you
37 years in business
Apple Pay, Cash, PayPal, Venmo, Zelle
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Disinfect surfaces touched during the job
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Customers rated this pro highly for responsiveness, work quality, and professionalism.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
As a general rule for most DJ's in the research triangle area of NC, we charge on average $100 per hr. I on the other hand base it on the event, hours involved and location, (inside/outside). Ex. Being outside is a much easier than using a service elevator to go up 5 flights of stairs or going thru difficult hallways and steps to get equipment to the correct spot. I've been put in some very strange locations for an event..lol.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Initial phone consultation or emails about what is needed. Then we determine whether a prior to the event meeting is necessary or not most of the time it is not. We then discuss the schedule for the event and get the "must have songs" lined up. Once we agree on a price I can take full payment then, half upfront to book the date and the other half the week of the event or when I show up.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I'm college educated and worked at WLOS TV Channel 13 out of Asheville NC in editing, sound and productions as an intern required for my degree. I started Djing when I was 15 and I was able to pay my way thru college because of it. I was on the NACA (National Alliance for Campus Activities) committee for NC and DJ'ed high schools and colleges in the southeastern US.