Low Frequency Entertainment
Excellent job! Roland and Mike were the life of our company party, and created an upbeat and enjoyable atmosphere for the entire duration of our event. We left the music choices up to their discretion, and we were all very impressed with the variety and quality of the music played for us. They also did well in keeping up with the flow of events and announcements during the party. Roland and Michael were very professional, and their work exceeded my expectations. I will definitely be contacting them in the future for more of my events!Jan 21, 2015
About this pro
Years in business5
LocationSpanaway, WA 98387
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We try to keep our pricing system as simple as possible. Like many other companies we offer the standard packages, but we feel the best system we could offer is for our client to build their own package. We do not feel that any client should have to pay for a service they do not want. Most of our services are charged by the hour or a fixed fee. For example if you are looking for just a DJ to play music for your event that is charged by the hour. But if you wanted to add a service such as a dance floor that is charged at one set fee.
- What types of customers have you worked with?The most common gig we do is for Weddings. However that is not the only type of gig we do. We have done birthday parties, corporate events, sweet 16, mitzvahs, Quinceaneras and just about any other event you can think of.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?This is kind of a hard question to answer because there is so many things to look for. * Rapport - you should be able to build a rapport with the service provider within minutes of meeting with them. Do they answer your questions without hesitation? Do they ask you question about what exactly you want? If not then it is time to start looking else were. * Credibility - This is a fact not known by many people but Washington State requires that any person running a business is required to have a business license. If your DJ does not have a business license you should find someone else to help you. *Cost - If a DJ quotes you for services you are looking for and the price seems to be too good to be true, it probably is. Any experienced DJ will know their worth and will be worth every penny. *Contract - Never pay a DJ or any vendor for that matter if they to do provide a contract. This contact is not only in place to protect the vendor but to protect you as well.