About this pro
It comes down to the people we have. I think our DJ's project the type of image our customers want at their events. They want someone sharp, friendly, classy, confident, flexible, outgoing, well spoken, and customer oriented. We are there for them, not the other way around. :^) We have the privilege of bringing fun and music to parties. What could be better than that? ;^D
Years in business13
Times hired on Thumbtack1
Number of employees4
Photos and Videos
9 photos and 1 video
Q & A
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I wouldn't describe the prices as complicated, but they can vary, based on the type of event, the dater or time it takes place, the location, the number of hours, and any extras the customer may add on. We are considered a low to moderately priced DJ service.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes, by networking with other DJ's, reading industry publications, and keeping in touch with trends in the wedding industry.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Some guys I knew started a DJ business here in town, and hired me as salesperson and manager/trainer. I did that for nearly ten years, then became an owner.