Rob Peters


Rob Peters

For over 25 years, Rob Peters has been entertaining audiences of all ages, from weddings to corporate events, kids parties and more. Rob started DJing in 1987 and went full time in 1998, He began doing kids' events in 2006, and now performs for over 100 weekday kids' parties each summer. He is the co-owner of Rob Peters Entertainment in Braintree, MA, and runs Bubble Parties, a business program that helps DJs increase their youth event revenue. Rob has been a presenter on a variety of topics for mobile DJs and is the author of The Business Of Mobile DJing from ProDJ Publishing.




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B2B Opportunities – Making The Most Out Of The Business to Business Expo

October 14, 2016 by Rob Peters
Participating in business-to-business (B2B) expos can be one effective way to market your DJ company and services for corporate events. Most B2B expo exhibitors are normally companies that can help grow businesses, such as banks, promotional marketing companies, office supply and equipment companies and healthcare organizations. I have not found too many of my competitors exhibiting at these shows, which has placed my business at an advantage with our presence. Through my experience, I have found some strategies that can help you gain more business as a result of exhibiting, which I’ll share here. 174-14-15This is NOT like preparing for a bridal show.... [read more]
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What’s the Plan? – By Rob Peters, MBLV20 Presenter

December 21, 2015 by Rob Peters
Plan-blocks I am planning a trip to Disney World with my family, and am very excited! Over the past few weeks and months, we have visited our travel agent and have made our reservations for airfare and accommodations. Anyone who has been to Disney World knows that it's not just a “sit by the pool all day and enjoy cool refreshing beverages” kind of vacation...especially with kids. It's a lot of planning: from booking dining reservations, getting Fast Pass times for attractions, and knowing what parks we are going to visit on certain days. When it is all said and done, I will probably need a vacation from taking the trip, but I know all of... [read more]
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Weekday Wealth: Corporate Opportunities

July 11, 2015 by Rob Peters
By Rob Peters and Keith Alan Let’s build some weekday wealth this month by chatting about some unique corporate event opportunities. Corporate events are more than just an annual holiday party around the December holiday season. Companies are beginning to look for unique ways to show appreciation for their employees. With the right services and good marketing, you can land some of these opportunities.corporate jumping WHAT KIND OF WEEKDAY CORPORATE EVENTS ARE THERE FOR DJS? Corporate events can vary because of a variety of factors, including... [read more]
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Corporate Party Success Secrets

August 27, 2014 by Rob Peters
THE WEEKDAY GAME: How to Fill Your Calendar with CashWeekdayGame_whisper By Rob Peters & Keith Alan Let’s turn the clocks back for a minute: It’s the mid 1990s and the economy is going strong. Companies are going gang busters on holiday parties! There are parties Sunday through Saturday and it seems that no matter the size of the company, they're throwing a party. Then comes 2001: The bubble bursts, due to a variety of factors...resulting in company cutbacks, and a general change in certain corporate cultures. Fast-forward to 2014... [read more]
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Safety First When Performing For Kids By: Rob Peters

April 26, 2012 by Rob Peters

When performing for kids, safety is one of the MOST important things you should be aware of, and protecting yourself, your equipment and your attendees is extremely important. If you are performing for kids, Liability Insurance is a MUST (In fact, liability insurance is good common sense for your business, regardless as to if you perform for kids or adults!) But beyond liability insurance, you should be looking at other ways to protect your equipment. This month, we will discuss a few ideas.

If you are performing at a school in an area with a stage, take the stage! Setting up on the floor leaves too many variables to chance, especially if the children in attendance decide that sliding across the floor on their knees is fun. At some point, they will end up slidi... [read more]