Bass Odyssey Now Charges A Fee to Used Their Equipment

Bass Odyssey Now Charges A Fee to Used Their Equipment - Bass Odyssey Now Charges A Fee to Used Their Equipment - The following is an announcement from the Management of Bass Odyssey Sound System.

"PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT: DJs Using Bass Odyssey Equipment at an Event.

Please be advised that there is a cost associated with playing on our equipment at an event.

All promoters are made aware of the additional cost when booking the sound system. Promoters and DJs settle the payment of this fee independently of our management. Be advised that DJs are not allowed to play without the payment of the agreed fee.

This is not a new requirement and has been in place for over 10 years. This has been made public to minimize any possible misunderstandings at an event".

Questions? Call 18763892568

Bass Odyssey Management

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