Getting the most out of a brand : Using a venue vs Using a venue

Today’s Tip – Getting the most out of a brand : Using a venue vs Using a venue

A venue is a place where people may perform. What are they performing; A job, entertainment, life, etc. We’ll refer to performing as a sense of duty or operation within a particular field of life. If you are an entertainer, think of it as a venue for presenting your artistic venture. If you work as a lawyer, then the court room is your venue, etc, etc. These places are built for use, but not for being used. What is a comedian without a room? What is an actor without a stage? What is a lawyer without a courtroom? What is life without the world? Living strongly against Earth’s grace will surely show a small decline in life’s comfort. Destroy the world and there will be no world to destroy. Destroy a venue and expect the same.

When being invited into a venue, either through your own actions or the actions of the venue itself, remember to respect it. Act accordingly to its rules, needs and safety requests. Help support the venue in a respectful manner through letting others know it is exists. When you have an opportunity to utilize a venue, act as if it were your own, with the same respect you would want others to bring to it. When you are performing, you want your audience to see the professionalism coming from you and the venue. Market the event you are on, create interaction with that venue and most of all, come out and visit that venue even when you are not performing.

For those who have an understanding of the term “Using a venue” let’s figure the meaning out together in a more realistic sense. You are a guest, it is a night where you get to perform. The only thing that matters is you are on stage. There is almost zero value in this action. Performing with a mentality that you are all that matters. You have a show on the 4th, so until that day, you rarely market the event, and after that day you never make mention of that venue again… until you are performing there again. Even more off-colored, is when was the last time you were at the venue when you weren’t performing or “trying” to get a performance out of it?

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BBR Productions Inc

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About BBR Productions Inc,

Our mission is to bring reality to your dreams by being an affordable all inclusive production company for every type of venture and those who wish to find success in their possibilities. In 1996 BBR Productions Inc., began which was strictly an illustration company working with local illustrators and comic book company’s. In 1997 BBR Productions Inc., expanded adding audio recordings, graphic and web design, photography and mass marketing. BBR Productions Inc., first major client was TENEbRAE although other bands were signed on to the company roster for marketing and graphic design layouts. During 2000 BBR Productions Inc., began setting up small local shows and organizing large musical events featuring national acts throughout the Tri-state area. Working with musical acts, comedians and actors BBR Productions Inc., expanded yet again to more of an all inclusive entertainment company. In 2007 Began doing more with direct consultation, helping others create opportunities as well as managing more acts. 2008 marked the 1st annual Laughter is the cure show, helping raise money for foundations such as "Multiple Sclerosis Foundation" and various "Cancer Foundations". Soon to be on its 5th year. In 2013 BBR Productions Inc., opened its offices on Long Island NY allowing space to do in house seminars helping others realize their dreams with the help of people who have already been there. On October 3rd, BBR Productions Inc., will open their second office in Holbrook growing from 1,000 square feet to 3,800 square feet.
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