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Local resource for party entertainment in Washington, DC. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to kids party entertainment, adult party entertainment, corporate party entertainment, as well as information on birthday party entertainment, and content on party entertainment.

Cerebro Communications
(202) 234-4515
82 Q St., NW
Washington, DC
 
Thriv: The Event Marketing Group
(202) 675-6333
Captol Hill
Washington, DC
 
Anne Frenette: The Event Marketing Co.
(202) 621-6142
112 3rd Street, NE, Suite 1
Washington, DC
 
Professional Image Photography
(800) 337-4148
P.O. Box 77102
Washington, DC
 
Family & Child Care Referral Inc.
(202) 723-2051
4850 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC
 
Mance & Associates, LLC
(202) 667-9332
58 Florida Ave., NW
Washington, DC
 
Thriv: The Event Marketing Group
(202) 302-6959
112 Third Street, Suite 1
Washington, DC
 
Courtesy Associates, LLC
(202) 367-2803
2025 M St., NW
Washington, DC
 
U.S. Facilities, Inc
(202) 248-5038
10 G St., NE
Washington, DC
 
Site Solutions Worldwide
(518) 399-7181
4590 MacArthur Blvd., NW
Washington, DC
 

Using Entertainment to Create Great Customer Appreciation Events

What's the most valuable asset of any business? No, it's not the product or service you provide... it's your customers or clients

And of course, in terms of developing new customers, finding ways to set yourself apart and offer a little bit extra will go far in bringing new business to your company as well. If you're willing to think outside the box, and take a fun, creative approach, there are some great ways that you can use entertainment and "hospitality" to grab the attention of your customers, clients, or prospects, and show them a great time they won't soon forget.

There are a variety of different types of customer appreciation events that you can plan, and depending upon your type of business and your target clientel, you may decide to have it at your business or to hold it "off-site" at an appropriate location. And you may wish to center your event around a special occasion, such as business anniversaries or milestones.

Retail Businesses

For retail and sales businesses, you may decide to have an "open house" in which you both entertain and offer special sales or buying incentives of some kind. These are often used successfully for automobile dealerships, for example, but the idea can be adapted to just about any other type of sales related business.

For these types of events, strolling entertainers can be a great attraction to encourage people to attend. Magic is terrific of course, but depending on the tone you wish to set, some other options worth considering include strolling musicians, jugglers, or other variety entertainers.

If you expect children to also be present, or if you specifically want to target parents or family groups, you can also include children's entertainers such as clowns, face painters, or stilt walkers, for example. If you hope to assist parents with sales or other issues during the event, having activities for the children will keep them happy and allow you time to chat with the parents.

You may wish to choose a special theme for your event (such as an Irish theme for events around St. Patrick's Day) to make it more fun and interesting. In this case, you can also choose entertainers that fit the theme, such as Irish cloggers, or Celtic musicians.

For the sales open house, you may also wish to team up with a local TV or radio station, particularly if you already advertise with them, and set up a "remote" event, where the station broadcasts live from your location. This helps to bring a bit more excitement, and of course to better promote all the attractions at your event.

Professional and Service Businesses

For professional services, such as realtors, financial planners, and health care offices, you may choose to arrange a more formal "thank you" event to wine and dine both your past and current clients, as well as their friends, referrals, and other prospects. These can be held on site if your office has the space, or you can use a banquet hall or other appropriate facility. And th...

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