PRLog - Jul. 27, 2009 - It's 7pm on a Saturday night at a local country club and every guest has their cell phone out between the salad and the main course. Why you may ask? It is either a T-Mobile convention or DJ Ra-Mu of Ra-Mu and the Crew is up to something special. There are no sightings of Catherine Zeta-Jones but there are several sightings of jubilant smiles around the room. All guests are texting their best wishes to the bride and groom using new technology called Text Message Live.
"Text Message Live is one of the latest crazes to come out of the rapidly changing DJ industry. It allows guests to text their best wishes, song requests, or other special messages with their cell phones to a screen behind the DJ booth which is visible to all. The DJ has the ability to screen all of the messages and delete anything that would be deemed innappropriate. During this time of the evening, the DJ might usually lose guests to the smoking area or the bar; however, with Text Message Live, all guests are glued to their seats and have an opportunity to connect to the bride and groom in a special and unique way" said Ra-Mu.
2009 and 2010 will continue to be years in which strictly music will not be enough to entertain most tech savy guests. In an age where many ipods rival dj music collections, dj's should be doing more to set themselves apart from the competition. This is a fact that Ra-Mu and the Crew knows all too well.
About Ra-Mu the DJ http://www.ramuthedj.com or http://www.bostonweddingdjbostonweddingdj.com or
If you're getting married in 2010 or 2011 and want your wedding to be better than your sister's wedding or your matron of honor's weddding, call Ra-Mu and the Crew at the number above. Dates are quickly filling up for this rising star in the wedding industry.
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Ra-Mu and the Crew offers high end dj/entertainment at an affordable price. We entertain at weddings, proms, corporate event, and other private functions.
check us out at http://www.ramuthedj.com or call 617-240-0879