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For Your Entertainment and More

The HTC Wildfire is a phone that can very much entertain you, but there is so much more in store for you. From mobile entertainment to wireless information and from your mobile office to GPS capabilities, you get complete features with this touch screen mobile phone.

When it comes to entertainment, the phone has a lot of feature that you will surely enjoy. One of these features is a mobile application that allows you to quickly view images and videos stored on the mobile phone. There will be no more need to find images and videos in a sea of multimedia.

When it comes to storage, the phone will not disappoint. It supports up to a 32 Gigabyte microSD. You can store countless multimedia and files on these memory cards. In any case you fill up a card; you can easily switch to another.

When it comes to mobile apps, you can easily purchase and download or download for free on the Android Market. This does not end here. If ever you come across an app that is highly recommended, you can easily share the link with a friend by directly sending your friend the link of this app.

When music comes to mind, you can plug in stereo headsets on the 3.5 mm stereo audio jack of the HTC Wildfire and listen to the tracks you stored on the phone. You can also access the phone’s FM radio and listen to your favorite DJ, the news, or the latest hits.

With all the downloading and uploading you plan to do on this phone, it has to come equipped with high speed internet. The phone lets you enjoy up to 7.2 mbps of downloads and 384 kbps of uploads on a 3G network. This means that uploads, downloads, emails, browsing, and social networks will truly be enjoyable.

With the HTC Wildfire, you also get a powerful camera. The phone comes with a 5 megapixel camera, complete with Geotagging, flash, and autofocus. Your images and videos will surely be taken in high quality.

The phone also comes with its own GPS. You will get to enjoy an internal GPS antenna, Google Maps, and HTC Footprints.

When it comes to office work, the phone is all you will ever need. You get Microsoft Exchange support, email synchronization, calendar synchronization, and a company directory.

How To Book And Buy Entertainment

Have You just been designated the entertainment chair person for
Your Municipality, Company, Fraternal Organization, Association,
Service Club, Church, Charity or other group??

Are you expected to provide the ideas and talent to insure the
success of this years Fair, Convention, Festival, Fund Raiser,
Corporate Party, Gala, Event, Concert, Social, Elite Wedding.

If you find yourself in this position, Don’t Dispair…..you can still

be a star at your new assignment. We will guide you
in making the right decisions to help make your affair a success,
entertainment wise.

First a word about entertainment……what is it?

Entertainment, in one form or another, will probably be the key
to the success of your function. It comes in many forms……
from National Recording Artists, Bands, DJ’ s and Comedians,
to Magicians, Instrumentalists, Singers, Speakers to Full
Orchestras and Celebrities from stage, screen, and sports
arenas, to name a few.

Sound Overwhelming?

Sure does. So how do you go about making a choice or decision?
To help you, let us list and explain the 6 items that need to be
considered and dealth with:

The Type of Event

Your Budget

Age Appeal

Choice of Artist

The Date of the Event

The Venue/Location

So that you understand what these terms mean, we will explain
each one.

Type of Event…..It is important to know what the event is……
Is it a Concert, Festival, County Fair, State Fair, Trade Show,
Corporate Event, Private Party, Fund Raiser, Elite Wedding?
Many times the type of event will dictate the type of entert-
tainment or talent that would be appropriate. I’m sure you can
see, that the type of event plays an important role in arriving at
a decision.

Your Budget…..You will need to establish a budget for your
function since, as you might imagine, the amount of money
you have available to spend will determine which artist and
what entertainment will be available to you. Unless you are
booking a DJ or a local band, entertainment talent can run
into thousands or tens of thousands of dollars.

Age Appeal…..You need to know what target (age group)
audience you are trying to appeal to. Certain types of artists
appeal to a specific clientele.

Choice Of Artist…..There are many places and sources where
you can find lists of current acts and artists for your selection.

You should attempt to put together a short
list of artists that you might prefer for your function.

When you have narrowed the list down to 2 or 3 top choices,
It will easier to obtain prices and available dates to consider
and help you make the right decision.

The Date Of the Event….This item can be critical since it
determines the availability of the artist. It is a great idea to
have an alternate date (2nd choice) for your function when
you do your original planning.

Venue/Location….This is the last item to be considered
and is very important. Various acts and artists sometimes
have minimum requirements for where they perform. .

YOU DID IT!….You established a budget; You settled on a
date; You chose the artist and made the decision to book
the act. It is important to know that a deposit will be required to
accompany your signed contract (50% in the case of a
National Artist).

That is the basic process….you now know “How To Book and
Buy Entertainment Talent Even When You Don’t Know How”.
You may have questions on topics not covered in this report.
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Entertaining

One of the most challenging things about entertaining guests is knowing what to serve them. There is a tendency to try and be all things to all people, and make too much of everything. This ends up wasting time, money and food.

The most important decision to make when entertaining is this: what type of evening are you planning? If it is a sit down dinner, the menu will be different than if it is a cocktail party, where guests will likely carry around a small plate of eats while chatting with the other guests.

The cocktail-style party is the easiest to plan, but can be the most challenging to prepare for. The food is typically a selection of appetizers and finger foods. Most of us have one or two signature dishes of this type…those dishes that we have perfected, that we take to all the potlucks, and we are known for them. Don’t make them all for the same event. Plan a menu around one of them. If you decide to make your Mexican-style appetizer that everyone just loves, plan a Mexican menu. Or plan your menu theme around a holiday. Whatever theme you use, limit what you serve to how much food you will need-a party can be successful without cooking everything including the kitchen sink.

One rule of thumb is to assume that every guest will have three of any given appetizer. Three cocktail meatballs, three truffles, three buffalo wings. Determine the approximate number of guests, then multiply accordingly to determine how much of each dish to prepare. I always plan for 2-3 extra guests in my computations. Things tend to average out nicely.

Another important rule is to serve a variety of foods. A few guests will likely prefer vegetarian dishes, others will seek dishes without cheese. Still others will head straight to the veggie platter. Planning a party with 12 total attendees, I might make six appetizers; two meat based, two dips (only one with cheese), one veggie/fruit tray, one dessert). It might seem like a small spread, but people will eat what they are served, and by the time the drinks go on the buffet table, and all the plates and napkins, and what the heck, throw in a few bowls of mixed nuts, your table will be rich and full, and no one will leave hungry.

A final bit of advice is this: if you are planning on serving a dish (or dishes) that you have never prepared before, do a trial run before the party. Most of us tend to fine tune recipes to suit our tastes, and reading a recipe in a magazine or online is a far cry from actually knowing how it tastes, or how well it stands up to the other dishes you will be serving. Take the time to fix it once for your family, and make adjustments to personalize it for your party. No one wants to be your test kitchen, and you don’t want to serve something you feel you need to apologize for.