Marquee Show announces the opening day line up. Written by marqueeshow on March 21, 2018

Breakfast with Scott Faver, “The Game Master”

For the early riser, join Scott Faver at 7:00 a.m. for a “get your morning started” session filled with excitement and fun with The Game Master. Scott’s energy is overwhelming and he is loaded with a ton of fun games, great marketing ideas, and general knowledge that will start your day out the right way.

How to “Click” with Everyone Every Time David Rich

David Rich a best-selling author and presenter. You may have read one of his books Contagious Selling, How to Stay Motivated on a Daily Basis, or How to Click with Everyone Every Time.

All Things Gay Wedding Bernadette Smith

Bernadette Smith is founder and president of 14 Stories and the Gay Wedding Institute (GWI), and award-winning author of three books, including The Business of Gay Weddings: A Guide for Wedding Professionals.

Average to Luxury Mentality over Product Brian Bounessissi

Brian Bounessissi is an international performing mobile dj as well as the owner of B-Boy Productions doing business in New York, Florida, and Southern California. His talent and drive to give customers the best customer experience possible have led to his list of high-profile clients which includes Elton John, P Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Gwyneth Platrow, Tony Hawk, Jim Carrey, ESPN X Games Skateboarding, Sun Dance Fill Festival, and the Dr. Phil Show to name a few.

Perfecting your 11 Second Elevator Speech Catherine John

A one-time wallflower, Catherine developed her way with words as a radio news anchor and morning show side-chick. She worked alongside legendary Chicago DJs Larry Lujack, Fred Winston, and John Landecker. Launching her own business, Catherine discovered she was a natural at networking, thanks to the skills she’d honed as a radio personality. She coaches clients in those same talking AND listening skills because they’re the key to successful marketing and sales. Catherine shows her audiences how to get out of the boring introduction rut, have real conversations with real impact. Ultimately increasing their influence and income.

Why Don’t They Call Me? Convert your digital inquiries to sales Alan Berg

It would be so much easier if they’d just pick up the phone and call you… but it’s not happening these days, so you need to learn how to handle your email, text, Facebook messenger and other digital inquiries the right way. Fortunately, Alan Berg is an expert on this, and he’s going to be sharing the best tips from his newest book – Why Don’t They Call Me? 8 Tips for Converting Wedding & Event Inquiries Into Sales! Come to this session and learn:

  • The biggest mistake most wedding and event pros make when replying to inquiries
  • How to get them to get back to you, fast!
  • The one, simple tip, that can make all the difference

Building you’re “Rockstar Team.”  Matt Radicelli

As Founder and CEO of Rock The House in Cleveland, Ohio, Matt Radicelli leads a team of more than 135 employees who produce and perform at over 1,800 events per year including corporate events, non-profit galas, weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, and more. Valedictorian of his Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses class, member of Entrepreneurs Organization (EO), past president of the International Live Events Association (ILEA), and current President of DJ Think Tank, one of Matt’s main passions is to share his experience and knowledge with other business owners. He speaks, coaches, and mentors throughout the country, but never stops learning. His motto, “Delegate, Decline, Do” keeps him on track daily to give his time and attention where it’s needed most.

How to Build a Standout Wedding Brand By The Knot’s Anja Winikka 

Anja Winikka is the Director of Education & Industry Innovation for The Knot​. In her seminar How to Build a Standout Wedding Brand she will explain articulating your brand to millennials, digital branding must-dos, and case studies that show certain companies and how they has established themselves as a standout brand.

ADJA National Meeting

Join the American Disc Jockey Association at their national meeting. You do not have to be a member to attend. During the national meeting you will learn what the goal of the ADJA is and how it serves the disc jockey industry. You will also witness a series of awards given out to members for service to the industry and to charity.