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Jerry Bazata
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Jerry Bazata (Maine’s DJ Jaz) has over 25 years of experience as a professional DJ entertainer. His firm, J & J Marketing and Entertainment, is a leading consultant to the event planning and music industries. Jerry is a published author and is recognized nationally as an authority on the disc jockey business. He is also Senior Vice President of a global financial institution. To learn about Jerry’s DJ company, visit MaineDiscJockey.com and you can email him at Jerry@mainediscjockey.com.

Act Now for Tax Breaks & Buying Incentives

by Jerry Bazata GREAT news for DJs! President Obama signed into law a “2010 Small Business Jobs Act” that provides a wide assortment of tax breaks and incentives for small businesses. Although the bounty on the buffet table is plentiful,…

When Brides Are Looking for a DJ

by Jerry Bazata Many engagements take place in November and December during the holiday season, so the beginning of the year is the busiest time because newly engaged brides are starting their wedding planning. This is important to know because…

Summer is Hot – Are Your Sales?

by Jerry Bazata Many DJs find it comforting to blame a slim Summer booking calendar on people being away on vacation or on taking Fridays off for a long weekend. If you prefer being profitable over being comforted, here’s how…

Telephone Tips to Stimulate Sales

Effective Communications over the phone can generate opportunities resulting in sales! Here’s what do you need to know so that your conversations don’t come to an abrupt ending and your voice mail message are not responded to with the dreaded…

Pay-Per-Lead Programs: Fiction or Reality?

As marketing director for your own business, allocation of dollars towards the right opportunities is one of the toughest decisions you have to make. No doubt you regularly receive emails soliciting your business for pay-per-lead programs.  This is because new…

It's the Perfect Time To Upgrade Your Gear

It’s May, 2010 and this is the perfect time to make an investment in upgrading your equipment.  I’ll give you two really good reasons why: The HIRE Act, signed into law this past March, extended the increased 179 Tax Deduction…