Dennis Kintzer

Dennis Kintzer has been in the industry for over 25 years. He has performed for and planned thousands of weddings, corporate, and private events over the years. He has served on the Advisory Board for N.A.M.E. for over 10 years and has been a speaker at local, regional, national, and international conferences on numerous business topics relative to the industry. Dennis’ business has evolved over the years and has included a variety of services from traditional DJ entertainment and lighting, to Karaoke, game shows and photo booth. The most recent addition to his services has enabled him to fill philanthropic pursuits, and fill his weekday calendar in ways never before imagined. The variety of his experience affords him the ability to provide knowledge and guidance to give back to the industry, in an effort to help others achieve success! Feel free to email Dennis anytime at promobileeditor@gmail.com!
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