CHAPTER ELEVEN with notes

CHAPTER ELEVEN with notes - 4 BEVERAGES 5 FOOD 6 SMOKING 7...

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6/15/11 CHAPTER ELEVEN MANAGING ENTERTAINMENT
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6/15/11 DETERMINING ENTERTAINMENT 1. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 2. GENERAL MANAGER 3. OPERATIONS MANAGERS ASK YOURSELF: 1) WHY ARE WE HAVING THIS EVENT? 2) WHO WILL BENEFIT? 3) WHEN IS THE EVENT?
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6/15/11 AUDITIONING AND INTERVIEWING 1) ALWAYS AUDITION BEFORE MAKING A SELECTION UNLESS YOU HAVE USED THE ENTERTAINER BEFORE 2) ASK FOR REFERENCES 3) REQUEST A PROMOTIONAL PACKET DO’S AND DON’T’S 1) DO NOT CHOOSE ON PERSONAL TASTE 2) DO CHOOSE MUSIC TO SUIT THE MOST DEMOGRAPHICS
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6/15/11 MEMBERS CHOOSING GUIDELINES: 1) HAVE THEM CONSULT THE ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 2) PREVIEW THE ACT 3) GENERAL MANAGER SHOULD REVIEW CONTRACT 4) CHECK LIABILITY AND LICENSES 5) LOOK OVER ADDITIONAL NEEDS
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6/15/11 BENEFITS OF THEMED EVENTS 1) UNIFIES THE TEAM 2) COMMUNICATES VISION 3) DRIVES THE BUY-IN PROCESS
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6/15/11 ENTERTAINMENT CHALLENGES INDUSTRY STANDARDS FOR BANDS: 1) PERFORMANCE TIMES (45 MINUTES) 2) BREAK TIME (15 MINUTES) 3) SET-UP AND BREAKDOWN
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Unformatted text preview: 4) BEVERAGES 5) FOOD 6) SMOKING 7) CREW 8) ENTOURAGE 9) SECURITY 10) PARKING 11) LOADING / UNLOADING 6/15/11 STROLLING ENTERTAINMENT ATTITUDE GIRLS MASKED CHARACTERS CARICATURISTS MECHANICAL FACE PAINTERS FLAIR BARTENDERS STRING QUARTETS EVENT BANDS 6/15/11 FINDING ENTERTAINMENT VARIOUS RESOURCES: 1) TALENT AGENCIES 2) EVENT PLANNERS 3) RESTAURANTS AND BARS 4) CLUB MEMBERS 5) THEATER GROUPS 6) SCHOOLS 6/15/11 CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS INCLUDED ON ALL CONTRACTS: 1) CLUB’S CONTACT INFORMATION 2) ENTERTAINER’S CONTACT INFORMATION 3) TYPE OF ACT AND NUMBER OF PERFORMERS 4) ANY TRANSPORTATION AND LODGING EXPENSES 5) WHERE THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE 6) PERFORMANCE TIMES 7) SET-UP TIMES 8) PAYMENT PROCEDURES 6/15/11 LICENSING PROTECTED MATERIAL CAN ONLY BE USED WITH SPECIFIC PERMISSION BLANKET LICENSES: ALLOW THE USER ACCESS TO ALL MUSIC UNDER ASCAP...
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