This morning it happened again!
A bride-to-be just called and said "Hi, Robbie,
I enjoyed your music at my best
She recommended that
I call you, and I hope
you're available for my wedding."
I LOVE it.
Here's our next chance to help someone celebrate
a special occasion.
Which, after all, is what we
do best and enjoy most.
I'm proud that my band receives most of our
engagements from people who catch us in action
like this. Wedding guests and party guests.
But a close second is from "Word-of-Mouth" referrals
And referrals from colleagues. Especially in business
networking groups. See my video about this in a minute.
I also receive referrals on the job, on the phone, or
from my colleagues' regular
Which is why I'm sending YOU this note every month.
Why am I talking about "Word-of-Mouth"?
Because I've found that a personal referral from
someone you know and trust is most likely the
best tip you can get.
And therein lies the secret: "Give to receive".
So here's that Tip I promised you:
Offer a useful, valuable "Word-of-Mouth" referral
generously, everywhere you can. Do your friends
and clients a favor, and they're likely to repay your
favor in kind.
Believe me, this can be a life-saver when you
music for your wedding or your next party.
So whatever you're looking for, ask me for a referral.
I'm always glad to recommend several of my most
Could I refer you?
And now that we're talking about
planning wedding & party music...
St Patrick's Day and Easter are just ahead,
and you might be involved with planning an
exciting holiday celebration.