In February of 2018, Aaron McDaniel (aka DJ AA-Ron) was introduced to the Crow Entertainment team at our annual pre-season meeting as the new kid — a kid with passion for making music and mixing it up. Aaron is my son. He has been around music all of his 15 years. He is the youngest member of our team. His story is pretty cool to tell and his mom and I are super proud of him.
The team would like to extend a welcome to our newest member of the team, Rahn Rice. (Pronounced Ron) Rahn’s got people skills! We haven’t initiated him officially yet (meaning we haven’t had him buy us lunch!) but we are working on it. Seriously, we love to celebrate the great qualities of our team and Rahn is great with customer service.
Today we have a guest writer – Daniel C. Palmer. Daniel is owner of The Palmer Agency based in Texas (once a Maryland resident for 14 years). Daniel and Brian have a friendship spanning back to 2006 – a friendship centered on the arts, particularly the drama team at Chesapeake Church in Huntingtown, MD.
Daniel and his team completed the site last week and we’re thrilled to re-post his portfolio post on his site danielcpalmer.com.
One of the nice things about booking your photo booth with Crow Entertainment and our Smile & Click Booths is that you get to try it out before you sign on. For those who have been disappointed because they booked a booth based on a nice photo of a random booth on one of those “coupon” style sites or some other hard to believe ad, customers can rest assured that the booth they try is the one they will have at their event. Read More
WeddingWire, the leading global online marketplace for the wedding and event industry, announced Crow Entertainment as a winner of the esteemed 2017 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards® for DJ, lighting and photo booth services.
We are happy to share this and spread the word. This post was authored by the Humans of Calvert County site.
“When people are struggling, if you have the means, it’s important to give back.
It’s not about you. It’s not about sales. Its not about a business. It’s about our community. It’s about life. It’s not about us.
All people matter. At the church its ‘All people matter to God.’ But business could adopt that. When you use your business to connect with someone in a way that allows them to know spiritually that they do matter, it creates this transformational relationship, not a transactional relationship.