ARE YOU PROPERLY INSURED?

DJ insurance is one of the most important benefits we offer our members.  Access to our group liability and property casualty insurance starts at just $49 and $1,000,000 of liability insurance starts at less than $3.50 per week ($175/yr)!  Our insurance broker, Dale Wittick can walk you through the process and the online insurance tool allows USDJA members to add additional insured venues & vendors instantly!  Get full details about enrolling or renewing your DJ insurance by clicking here!

NEXT WEBINAR - December 14th

Our next educational webinar (open to all USDJA members as a preview of our premium membership), is entitled, "What's My Line?" and is a discussion of how we each communicate with clients from the initial request or phone call, through the end of the event and beyond.  Unlike the TV series from the 50's and 60's, you don't need to guess information about your clients, they are more than happy to tell you, as long as you know which questions to ask!  10PM ET / 7PM PT - Invitations via mail and email beginning Dec. 7th  More details coming soon!

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Baltimore Chapter Cleans Up - 10/30/16 The Baltimore chapter of USDJA (incorporated as the Baltimore Area DJ Association or BADJA) recently finished its fourth year of "Adopt a Road" duties in Baltimore County, Maryland.  The program pairs busy local highways and byways with individuals and organizations looking to perform community service and beautify their neighborhoods by picking up trash, planting trees and flowers, and notifying county officials of illegal dumping or dangerous situations.  In addition to this program, BADJA also volunteers regularly with local broadcasters, accepting donations for their local public television station.  Remember, giving back to your community may not fill your wallet, but it does show you in a positive light to clients.

Baltimore Chapter Cleans Up - 10/30/16
The Baltimore chapter of USDJA (incorporated as the Baltimore Area DJ Association or BADJA) recently finished its fourth year of "Adopt a Road" duties in Baltimore County, Maryland.  The program pairs busy local highways and byways with individuals and organizations looking to perform community service and beautify their neighborhoods by picking up trash, planting trees and flowers, and notifying county officials of illegal dumping or dangerous situations.  In addition to this program, BADJA also volunteers regularly with local broadcasters, accepting donations for their local public television station.  Remember, giving back to your community may not fill your wallet, but it does show you in a positive light to clients.

UPDATE: The USDJA Community will be down beginning 10/20 as we transfer users to a new Facebook Group page beginning in November 2016.  Thanks for your patience as we work to improve USDJA for everyone.

UPDATE: The USDJA Community will be down beginning 10/20 as we transfer users to a new Facebook Group page beginning in November 2016.  Thanks for your patience as we work to improve USDJA for everyone.