Got a wedding to do on July 25th.

Jeff Romard

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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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I may have missed this, but I Still don't get where you're doing this event if they're not allowed in NJ. Hopefully no one calls to complain and gets your equipment confiscated.
All I know sir is I contacted someone from the venue and was told the wedding is still a go.
 

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All I know sir is I contacted someone from the venue and was told the wedding is still a go.
For your own good, be aware of the laws. Indoor events with food served are banned. There currently is no date set for them to reopen. Outdoor events are different, but from my understanding, this is an indoor event.
 

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Just found out that this wedding should be easy. The couple want 4 songs played. The song they are coming in on. Father-daughter dance, garter toss and something else I can't think of right now. They have an MC and my partner told me after those songs he can do his thing. That's it.
 

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Just found out that this wedding should be easy. The couple want 4 songs played. The song they are coming in on. Father-daughter dance, garter toss and something else I can't think of right now. They have an MC and my partner told me after those songs he can do his thing. That's it.
So .. no need for you to go .. enjoy your night off ..
 

djrox

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I'm going to be there to take pictures and video for our use.
Did you get the client's permission or at least inform her that you intend to use her event for your marketing benefit? (I suspect I already know the answer.)

Besides we still need to use the van to transport the gear even though it's just around the corner.
So, you're more transport than performance.

Dat splains alot!
 
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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Did you get the client's permission or at least inform her that you intend to use her event for your marketing benefit? (I suspect I already know the answer.)

So, you're more transport than performance.

Dat splains alot!
I'm making money that day. What are you doing?
 

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Just found out that this wedding should be easy. The couple want 4 songs played. The song they are coming in on. Father-daughter dance, garter toss and something else I can't think of right now. They have an MC and my partner told me after those songs he can do his thing. That's it.
Is this wedding reception indoor or outdoor? If indoor, I think that it’s prohibited in NJ. I could be wrong.
 

djrox

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I'm making money that day. What are you doing?
I'll be participating in finalization meeting with my August 1 client and then attending a dinner with my friends.

Care to know my schedule for the following day?

BTW, I'll be earning and income and realizing a profit on August 1 that would require you to work 10 or more of your events and I won't be using my clients event to market my service. Nor will my primary responsibility be delivery of the gear.

I'll be delivering her celebration because that is my responsibility to my clients. I will not be "taking pictures and video for our use."