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5 Star DJ ReviewsWe had an absolutely amazing experience with Scott, our DJ. I had read so many reviews about brides booking with DJ companies where you didn't find out your specific DJ until the week of and it was so hit and miss depending on your actual DJ, so I was hesitate about booking with a company versus an individual. But the package was too much of a deal to pass up. Then this was not the case at all as Scott was amazing!!! He checked in with us through the night, keep the party going and the dance floor packed, and really went above and beyond to make our day special. We can't thank him enough!
- Tia

5 Star DJ ReviewsDJ Val did an amazing job for our wedding! I would definitely recommend her to anyone who is looking for a DJ. She was super friendly and very willing to play anything we asked for. We had several people comment about how good the music was!
- Stacy

5 Star DJ ReviewsThank you so much for everything! We really enjoyed working with you and the entire team. James Riley was so much fun as a DJ! He was a blast!!! He kept the tunes going so well! We really enjoyed working with him. Very fun and great announcing voice! 
- Erin


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An electronic agreement is an agreement created and "signed" in electronic form -- in other words, no paper or other hard copies are used. For example, you write an agreement on your computer and email it to a business associate, and the business associate emails it back with an electronic signature indicating acceptance. An e-agreement can also be in the form of a "Click to Agree" agreement, commonly used with downloaded software: The user clicks an "I Agree" button on a page containing the terms of the software license before the transaction can be completed.

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Though lots of people use the term "digital signature" for any of these methods, it's becoming standard to reserve the term "digital signature" for cryptographic signature methods and to use "electronic signature" for other paperless signature methods