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Follow This Company’s Lead and Cut Your Closing Time in HALF!

Follow This Company’s Lead and Cut Your Closing Time in HALF!

SNAP! Entertainment is an event company that specializes in FUN! Nick Muzzatti, an #eventprof since 2003 and the owner of SNAP! since 2017, is a genuine, dedicated individual who puts his clients’ needs at the forefront of every decision. He’s fully invested in SNAP! and is passionate about delivering the fun to people who

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How to Run Your Rental Company Cost Effectively

How to Run Your Rental Company Cost Effectively

One thing is true about owning a party rental company: it is (beyond) expensive! Event rental companies can all agree that we have legitimate costs associated with this enterprise. In order to stay in business and thrive, your party rental company will have to cut costs and raise prices--something that causes cringes.

Monitoring and Budgeting

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How Your Party Rental Company Can Avoid Double Booking

How Your Party Rental Company Can Avoid Double Booking

We've all fallen prey to this, and it is the worst when you have to disappoint at least one client. Having experienced this a few times, it was a wake-up call to implement a better system. If you double book inventory items you hurt your reputation, lose money, and waste time. Avoid this preventable resource

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Traps to Avoid When Buying Used Event Rentals

Traps to Avoid When Buying Used Event Rentals

Buying new isn't always the answer, but sometimes purchasing pre-owned can be more trouble than it's worth. Read on for some helpful tips on how to side step those items that create more headache than cashflow.

The Condition of the Item

Although price will be important when buying a used item for your inventory, what

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How to Refurbish Rentals Without Ruining

How to Refurbish Rentals Without Ruining

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It's so gratifying when you find a good piece you like at an amazing price, but the condition is well, sort of, meh. However, you see potential. Make sure when you improve it you don't ruin it, otherwise it is an exercise in futility.

Ask Yourself: Do I Have The Required

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