I hate small talk. Always have, probably always will. I know what the weather is like, I was just outside too. I like getting to the good stuff. I want to know what you are passionate about, what gets you out of bed every day, and whether or not you’re sympathetic with the Trix Rabbit or not.
What does small talk have to do with picking the entertainment for your fundraiser? Well, it isn’t enough for you to know your fundraiser guests on a “small talk” level. You have to discover much more about them if you want to pick the perfect entertainment and have the best turn out for your fundraiser.
Andy Gross is easily one of the top-rated performers that Funny Business Agency works with. He combines comedy, magic and ventriloquism to create a truly outstanding performance for any type of event. Read our interview to learn how Andy got started, what his show is like, his advice to event planners and more.
If you are putting on a fundraising event you probably have 3 main goals:
Raise money for your group or cause
Leave your guests with a lasting, positive impression of your group
Spread awareness of your group or cause
Achieving one of these things seems doable, but all three of them? With one event how can you manage it all? The answer: live entertainment. All of the heavy lifting doesn’t have to fall on your shoulders; a skilled, professional entertainer can help you accomplish all of your goals. Below are four things live entertainment can bring to the table.
Are you a member of a non-profit or are you a school board member looking for unique fundraiser ideas? Do you belong to a church seeking fundraising event ideas? When you hire comedians, you’ll follow in the footsteps of hundreds of organizations that have successfully raised revenue for their purpose.
It can be difficult to come up with creative fundraising ideas that are unique, fun and most of all – successful. Fortunately, a professional comedy night is an easy fundraising idea that’s proven to be fun and profitable.