DJ Tips in Under a Minute: Become an Ordained Minister

DJ Jay Brannan says “I was ordained back in 2003 because I worked for a yacht company and needed to be available to perform weddings on the boats. I have done 3 friends weddings and now 3 emergency weddings where the minister either didn’t make it to the wedding, or as in this past Sunday, passed out and was taken away in an ambulance. I tell all my clients that in a pinch I can stand in and legally perform the ceremony and sign the license. It’s an added bonus for the DJ to be ordained, and PRICELESS when the DJ has to save the day!” Check out for more DJ Tips in Under a Minute.

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