Most DJs in Atlanta are reputable business people and entertainers. Below
are some tips and questions you should think about when hiring an entertainer
for your special event.
What have you done for me lately?
We are members of the Georgia Mobile Disc Jockey Association. This is a non-profit
group dedicated to helping each DJ learn as much as possible about the
art of entertaining. We meet each month to share with and learn from
each other. We believe a better DJ will provide a better entertainment
value for the clients.
Are you licensed and insured?
Absolutely! Being a DJ is a legitimate business. There is no such thing
as a DJ license, but we do have a business license.
We have a W-9 on hand for companies that require proper tax identification
Being a business owner we choose to carry liability insurance to protect
you, your guests, and myself in the event of accident. Many venues actually
require all vendors to show proof of insurance. You may want to ask your
DJ for a copy of his valid certificate of insurance.
Do you use professional equipment?
Home stereo equipment is great for the home but will not stand
up to the rigors of the road. Professional DJ equipment is designed to be moved around.
Can I meet with you and see you perform?
We look forward to meeting with you in person. This will give us a chance
to get to know each other.
As for seeing us work, we serve as the house Dee Jays for Crowne
Plaza in Marietta. If we are performing at an event that is open to the
public you are welcome to come out.
If a DJ offers to have you visit someone else's event then there
is a very good chance they will invite strangers to your special occasion
as well. That is never appropriate.
Do you have proper attire / what will you wear?
What ever you say is appropriate. Tuxedo, suit, business casual, disco
polyester or Hawaiian shirt and shorts. Whatever your occasion, we will
dress appropriately. If you need us to have matching colors for your wedding that
is definitely an option
How many events will your DJ work on your special day?
ONE ! You deserve our undivided attention on your special day. Our
attention should not be split between your event and the event we just
left or the one we need to go to.