PARTY PLANNING BUSINESS



LEGAL ISSUES See Dram Shop Rules Below


SAMPLE  WEBSITE PARTY PLANNING

ANOTHER WEBSITE FOR PARTY PLANNING AND MERCHANDISE

SEARCH RESULTS - PARTY PLANNING STATEN ISLAND

CASH FLOW PROJECTION PARTY PLANNING


ADVICE ON PARTY PLANNING

PARTY PLANNING RESOURCES

LISTING YOUR BUSINESS  ON LINE DIRECTORIES

PARTY PLANNING CHECKLIST


Use Smart Sheets to Organize Your Event Planning


Off  Line Advertising
Local Papers
Circulars –Posters – Business Cards 
Create good marketing material.
Offer a free consultation
Volunteer with community groups
Network, network, network.


On Line Advertising
Web site, blog
Use listing services
Get testimonials (references).
Join social media and enter groups related to your services.
Create You Tube Videos
Create opt-in emailing list.
Offer good advice.
Learn to satisfy different ethnic groups.

Offer special discounts and extras 

When calculating your fee you should factor in the time you spend with the client in person, on the phone and on-line,  Also the time you spend with vendors choosing products.
Use a spreadsheet to keep tract of the time.  The hourly rate should factor in a minimum you require.

Dram shop rule 
A statute (Dram Shop Act) or case law in 38 states which makes a business which sells alcoholic drinks or a host who serves liquor to a drinker who is obviously intoxicated or close to it, strictly liable to anyone injured by the drunken patron or guest. To the contrary, California recently passed legislation specifically banning such strict liability. It is often hard to prove that the liquor bought or served was the specific cause of an accident (such as an automobile crash while driving home), since there is always an intervening cause, namely, the drunk.
New York State Dram Shop Rules