What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We always love to sit down and meet with our potential customers. This is a very informal way for you to get to know whom you will be dealing with through out the process of preparing your event. You will get to know the dj by name. Not many companies will give you to opportunity to sit down with the very dj that will be at your event. With us, we wouldn't see it any other way. We want you to be comfortable with us because the music shouldn't be anything you need to stress about.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
18 years of owning my own Disc Jockey Company and I have been djing for close to 25 years.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I decided to open my own company for several reasons.
1st -- I have a college degree in Music Performance. I love music
2nd -- I wanted to open a company that gave our customers the ability to create an evening with a company that listened to what their requests were. Also allow our customers to have exactly what they want in entertainment and music.
3rd -- Our dj's love to have fun and that is why we want to be at your event, because we want you to have fun as well.
What types of customers have you worked with?
We have done serveral different types of events. We have disc jockeyed for weddings, school events, anniversaries, birthdays, corporate events and even our military. There isn't a job to big or too small that we can't customize our show around. We also are the dj for The Village of Hales Corners and the City of Franklin's National Night Out. So as you can see we are well rounded and ready to take on any job you can throw at us. Well in the music industry.
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
We recently just djed for the United States Marine Corp of Milwaukee for their family day. This was a huge honor and we were proud to be a part of their day or relaxation. Something I believe they earned and deserve. Thank you Staff Sergeant Mendez and the entire group of Marines for this opportunity.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Make sure you do your homework. There are 100's of dj companies out there. Many are only in the business to make money. Some are in the business because they enjoy what they do. You usually can tell what category they fall into once you start talking to them. Remember a $200 dj is exactly that. They don't and won't take your event seriously. To work with someone that knows what they are doing ask them for a resume of their prior events. You can find ours on Facebook and You can check us out on our own website. And lastly, if you like what you see, call us we would love to meet in person and chat about what you 2 are looking for. We Disc Jockey/Karaoke because we love doing it and we want to ensure you have an Excellent Disc Jockey/Karaoke experience!!