20 Bits of Advice

  1. Contact your client at least 2 weeks before the event to finalize everything.
  2. Verify directions with client to make sure you are going to the correct place.
  3. Arrive at least 1 hour prior to the start time.
  4. Keep an accurate calendar
  5. Learn to utilize the internet for contacts and schedule ect.
  6. If you tell your client you are going to do something then DO IT!
  7. Save ALL DJ related receipts.
  8. Track all of your miles traveled for DJ.
  9. EZ pass works well to track toll expenses.
  10. Take care of your equipment and it will take care of you.
  11. Do not keep equipment in a vehicle overnight.
  12. Hand out your business cards to any interested person.
  13. Get the Banquet managers card for future referrals.
  14. Mention your name & company at least twice at your events.
  15. Leave your DJ space exactly or better than when you arrived (no trash)
  16. SMILE and always be polite and courteous.
  17. NEVER DRINK ALCOHOL!
  18. Work well with all other professionals at your party.
  19. Always say Goodbye to your client right before you leave.
  20. Keep an open mind and always seek to improve as a DJ

Thank you all and please remember to be safe.

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Greg Curranhttp://www.curranentertainment.com
Greg has been a mobile disc jockey for over 30 years. He began Djing at 18, and at 22 joined the nations largest wedding services company where he entered management after one year. Later in his career he was made an executive and by the time the company had peaked he was managing over 350 Disc Jockeys, videographers, photographers, and photo booth operators in 24 different branches across the United States and Canada. After 25 years of success with the company, Greg went independent and opened his own entertainment services company, in addition to a DJ Entertainment School he had bought years earlier. The School focuses on teaching adults and Kids how to DJ and entertain. As a solid member of his community he also donates time to several organizations teaching inner city kids and special needs kids how to DJ. Greg is a member of The Senate Djs and The House of Reps DJ community that is for improving yourself professionally in the entertainment industry. He also hosts a Sunday night radio show at 9pm on Wild1Radio.com. As a force of nature within the entertainment industry he also represents as a Brand ambassador and sponsored artist with Peavey Electronics, NAME Entertainers, Floyd Rose audio, BPM Supreme, and Spinfluenceit. You can catch him teaching and doing seminars at The DJ Expo and for NYC DJ con. www.curranentertainment.com & www.djentertainmentschool.com (267) 625-3227 greg@curranentertainment.com

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