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Jan22

Avoid Entertainment Disasters, Part 1

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Independent surveys have proven that your entertainment is responsible for more than 80% of your event’s “success?”

In case you missed both of the expert breakout seminars given by Anna-Jeannine “DJ AJ9” Herman last Sunday at the Akron January Today’s Bride Show at the John S. Knight Center, we wanted to make sure that you had access to her highly informative and VENDOR NEUTRAL notes.

Lucky you — you can still benefit from DJ AJ9’s tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your DJ in our winter newsletter series!

In this series, you’ll learn tips and tricks for hiring your DJ Company, what to look for in a professional DJ Company, questions to ask duing the interview process, how to communicate effectively with your DJ Company throughout your planning process, as well as steps you, yourself, can take the day of your reception and before to ensure that your event runs smoothly and your dance floor is energetic!

About DJ AJ9: Anna-Jeannine “DJ AJ9” Herman is not only one of the owners of Something New Entertainment Bridal DJ Service, but a DJ and a recent bride, as well.  Since the time that Anna-Jeannine has served as the Talent Manager and Creative Director for Something New Entertainment, she has taken on every possible effort to re-build the company from the inside out with a bride’s perspective in mind.

Considering her own problems hiring, planning, communicating, and coordinating during the planning of her own wedding, she has made revolutionary moves to streamline the entire process into something less stressful clients, enabling clients more energy to focus on their own music personalization goals, putting their stamp on their reception music to really reflect their personalities, and offering the availability of more complete training for the Something New Entertainment DJ force — not just how all those little knobs and buttons work, but the compassion of a customer-service-based outlook, tasteful public speaking best practices, music history, electrical and sound engineering and design, and lighting design — so that they can more fully serve the needs of our clients.

Stay tuned for Part 2 in this series: DJ Fears, Revealed!

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