Event Tips

Equipment needed for a PowerPoint presentation

First determine where and to how many people the presentation will be delivered.  For a presentation in front of only a few people, you may only need your computer screen and access to the mouse button or space bar to advance the slides.  Think about where and how long the presentation will be.  If the screen is…

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Fun Party Music

I entertained at a smaller party over the weekend, celebrating a 40th birthday.  The client and guests really liked 80’s and disco.  At a typical DJ event, I don’t get to play as many great songs from those eras as I did at this one and thus I thought I would share some of the…

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Woo hoo… Another interactive dance floor demo

This event took place at the Hotel Hershey.  You might not notice but half of the dance area was a beautiful wood surface.  The wood dance floor didn’t get much action.  People love the interactive LED dance floor! See more videos of this floor on my dance floor site: www.lightupfloor.com.

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Electricity needed please

As unimportant as it seems to most, the concept of “the show must go on” is dependent on electricity.  No matter how fancy or simple the venue, no matter how much focus there is on the right food, flowers or decorations, almost every event depends on consistent power.  Over the last few months I have provided services at a…

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Media Projector Rentals in Harrisburg, PA

Projector rentals are available for meetings, presentations, slide shows, movies, demonstrations and more.  Rental of this equipment is available for pickup and return to my location, or for an additional fee, delivered, setup/installed and even operated during your event, depending on your AV needs and budget.  I also offer an 8 foot screen which can…

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Add a slide show to your event with these tips

Weddings, corporate events, sweet 16 parties, bar mitzvahs, retirement parties and even class reunions can benefit from these tips to help make your event slide show perfect.  First, there are two ways to present your show: 1) in a continuous loop without music or narration while guests participate in other activities throughout the event;  2)…

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