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Welcome, Today’s Bride VIP Guests!  Scroll down for your $pecial $how $avings!

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© 2012 DJ AJ9, Something New Entertainment

Ever wonder “What does a DJ really do, anyway?”

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You’re not alone.

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Many brides and grooms wrestle with the decision of entertainment — one of the most important you’ll make during your planning process, according to post-event polls — simply because it’s so difficult to know what questions to ask during the vetting process!

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Well, we’ve got a proposition for you:

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Contact us to schedule a personalized consultation to discover more of the dynamic ways in which we can personalize your entertainment experience, including breathtaking decor options, lighting design, custom photo experiences, special effects, & what a difference a well-trained, professional Master of Ceremonies & Disc Jockey can make.

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Invest  just an hour of your time with Something New Entertainment and expect to learn all you’ll need to know to determine whether Something New Entertainment is the right company with which to trust your wedding entertainment or if just any DJ will do!

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Plus — learn insider information and “tricks” of the trade that will be invaluable — and positively transformative — to your wedding planning!  If nothing else, you will walk away from this consultation dramatically more prepared to interview other entertainment companies.

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Here are the $pecial$ for your show:

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Save over 50% on lightscaping and lighting design services when you choose a bundled services suite including DJ/MC Services Suites.

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Ask about our most popular bundled services suite — the City Lights Suite — including a full DJ/MC Service Suite, full-room uplighting design in your choice of color(s), and a custom-designed lighted monogram for your dance floor!  This show-stopping all-inclusive option starts at just $2,995.00 when you mention this special offer from your Showcase Program from Today’s Bride!!!

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Hurry!  These specials are only available on bookings made before February 1, 2013.

 

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