Will you still be in business on our wedding day?
We have been in business since 1980 and have never missed an event. But this is a good question. Many
DJ companies come and go. We frequently get calls from brides whose weddings are a week away and their DJ is out of business. We'll be here. You can count on it.
How good is your equipment?
Rather than try to dazzle you with technicalities, suffice it to say that our sound is great at any volume level. And volume is controlled according to your tastes, not ours
What music do you play?
Great party songs.
We know the songs from all genres that have tremendous mass appeal and will happily integrate requests.
Do you do this as a full time business?
Our livelihood depends on showing up for every event and doing a good job for you. Our business has soared over the years as a direct result of referrals from satisfied customers. We zealously protect our reputation by striving to be
the best DJ company around.
Is there some kind of checklist available?
Once you receive the contract, we suggest the following:
- In this first week:
- Look over the contract, sign and return one copy with the retainer fee to our office before the contract due date. (Retain one copy for your records).
- Three to Four weeks prior to your event:
- Send or call in any
special music requests or details. (This is a good time to clarify the pronunciations of the names of anyone who will be introduced by the D.J.)
- Pay the balance due.
- Contact the hotel or rental company and inform them that you will require two six-foot rectangular tables for the D.J.'s audio equipment and music. (It is preferred that these be set near the dance floor area and an electrical outlet.)
- One week prior to the party / wedding:
- Call our office and confirm the final details for the D.J.
- Relax! Your D.J. is a professional and will help guide you through the events with ease.
- Enjoy! This is a special day and you've worked hard to make it a success so relax and take time to enjoy your event.