COMPARING DISC JOCKEYS

Before you sign on the dotted line ….ASK THEM ALL THESE QUESTIONS:

1. DO YOU HAVE REFERENCES?

Davis Deejays provides you with a long, long list of recent, very satisfied customers, who gave us permission to use their names and phone numbers. Call them and you’ll see how happy they were.

Be leery of companies that refuse to send out references of past clients, or they send out names without phone numbers to verify. Do check references.

2. WHAT KIND OF BACKUP DO YOU HAVE?

We take backup very seriously. Each week we rotate at least six disc jockeys as backup instead of scheduling them for parties. So, if the originally scheduled disc jockey gets sick or in an accident, WE WON’T LET YOU DOWN! We will absolutely, positively, have a qualified substitute to do a great job. With regard to equipment, each Davis Deejay carries a complete second sound system including amplifier, mixer, pair of speakers and spare CD players.

Smaller companies can’t afford the extra equipment and have to schedule all their disc jockeys.

3. DO YOU HAVE A WRITTEN GUARANTEE?

Davis Deejays back up our promises in writing, on our contract with a triple your money back guarantee.

Most deejay services have no guarantee whatsoever, a few will give you a partial refund if there’s a problem and you complain loud enough.

4. DO YOU USE EMPLOYEES OR SUBCONTRACTORS?

Davis Deejays are employees who work exclusively for us. We train them, equip them and know their strengths. If you’re looking for a lively, quiet or moderate deejay, we know just the right person to send. There’s no guesswork.

If a company uses independent subcontractors, they basically are taking your money, taking their middleman’s cut off the top, then selling your job to a second business. Usually they have no idea how the subcontractor will handle your job. In other words, they lack quality control.

5. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN BUSINESS?

Davis Deejays have been in business since 1975 consistently pleasing clients and growing every year for 26 years.

Some “no name” companies go in and out of business at the drop of a hat.

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