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Upcoming Events
Costume Characters
Wax Hands/Sand Art
Tents, Tables, Chairs
Decor/Lighting/Sound
Inflatable Movie Nights
Talent/Fashion Shows
Magicians/Trivia/Bingo
Game Shows/Uncle Sam
DJs/Bubble Parties
Photo Booths/Green Screen
Mirror Booths/Photography
Videography
Balloon Decor/Artists
Inflatable Rides/Bounces
Amusements/Shows
Smarty the Elf/Santas
Easter Entertainment
Carnival Games
Giant Yard Games
Henna/Temporary Tattoos
Glitter Tattoos/Airbrush Art
Stuff a Bear/Novelties
Thanksgiving Entertainment
Event Coordinating
Face Painting/Tye Dye 
Crafts/Balloon Drops
Table Ware/Table Cloths
Human Scarecrow
Mini Golf/Laser Tag
Glow Dodgeball
Event Staff/Waiters
Casino Tables/Clowns
Stilt Walkers/Hypnotists
Jugglers/Variety Shows
Comedians
Major Cities We Serve
Events/Holidays/Themes
Tips for booking entertainment or event services

---Do NOT expect a cheaper price right away, do research and invest in value and quality. We are the same as any other business. Meet with a sales agent or look at their website and plan your budget accordingly. 

---DO NOT ask for a donation on the first service, entertainers don't like it when someone begs for free services but is paying other event professionals for their fundraiser. If the entertainer can give you a discount or do the 3rd event for free, then that's much better for all. 

---Pricing that is clear and precise is crucial, if a company puts a ton of info on their website, that means they are honest. Paying more for a DJ because you see a fancy photo on a billboard isn't going to get you what you want.

---Be willing to negotiate a better rate for an item or service the company DOES have available that day. This is easier than purchasing something that the company will only get one phone call for in a year. A $500 costume that rents for $50 once a year is not a smart investment for the business to have in stock. 

---Do not let the fact that an entertainer has 2 or 3 jobs and may not answer the phone to book a job in the same day. Most entertainers are NOT full time as the industry just cant cover the pay grade the entertainer requires.