"Bottom Feeder" is also a common term within the Mobile Disc Jockey Industry for those Mobile DJ's who are not concerned with professionalism, improving their skills or learning anything new. They put little or no preparation into their performances and only obtain clients by underbidding other companies and offering the lowest price. They do not use proper equipment and provide no backup equipment or music library and usually have no insurance. Consumers fall prey to the financially appealing sales pitch and do not find out until their event, that they got no bargain.
DJ's that charge $150 to do a wedding are bottom feeders!
Prices shown in USD.
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