Why so much for just 2 hours service

//Why so much for just 2 hours service

Why so much for just 2 hours service

Why so much for just 2 hours service

Why so much for just 2 hours service

 Steelasophical Steel Band Chauvet Freedom Sticks 011
 
Thank you for coming back to us –
 
I will try to breakdown the value we represent.
 

:::Timeline::: Why so much for just 2 hours service

 
Pack car and leave base 9-10:00am Arrive at venue: 11:30am – 12pm (arrive in good time in case of incidents enroute) Setup by: 1pm Start approx: 2pm End approx: 4pm Return to Wycombe: 6:30pm
 

:::Cost Items::: Why so much for just 2 hours service

 
Performer 2 travel to Wycombe (leaving home at 7am) Performer 1 & 2 travel from Wycombe to venue Expenses Include: (contribution towards tax, maintenance & service, equipment insurance) Provide and submit Health and Safety documents to venue including £10m Public Liability Insurance Poptop Commission Performer 1 performance take home pay Performer 2 performance tae home pay
 

:::Considerations::: Why so much for just 2 hours service

 
-We are full time musical entertainers specialising in weddings, in most instances booked up to 2 years in advance. We charge a premium fee but provide a premium service
 
-We accept no other booking on the day of your wedding, therefore dedicated to you – helpful especially if things on the day change and timings overrun
 
-As with every client, we are more than happy to walk away if we are being viewed as an expense rather than an investment. There is much hidden value in what we do and how we do it, but realise that we are not for everyone. There are many cheaper alternatives, but they are cheaper for a reason!
 
-Presentation and level of musical entertainment
 
why So much for just 2 hours services
 
Gary Trotman
Why so much for just 2 hours service
 
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