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Renting Tents 101

Renting Tents 101

What Size Tent Do You Need?

Picking the right size tent can be one of the most difficult aspects of renting a tent. This tent calculator is a fantastic, simple tool to help you select the right tent for your event needs. Start off by typing in how many people will be attending the event.

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3 Hiring Mistakes Rental Companies Make

3 Hiring Mistakes Rental Companies Make

Hiring new employees may seem exciting for rental business owners, but it’s actually terrifying. If you hire the wrong person to represent your brand, you can seriously damage your reputation. Particularly in the event rental business, your reputation is everything. How can people trust you with important milestones and parties if you aren’t

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Introducing the Solution for Event Rental Management

Introducing the Solution for Event Rental Management

Event rental companies have it tough. They have loads of inventory to track, tons of quotes to send out, costly invoices to manage, and a tight schedule they must stick to. It is a complex business, and one that could use the support of powerful, modern technology.

Introducing: Goodshuffle Pro, your one-stop shop for managing

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Why You Should Rent v. Buy for Your Event

Why You Should Rent v. Buy for Your Event

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Anybody in the event industry, or really anyone who has ever thrown a party…ever… can confirm that parties (particularly weddings!) are extraordinarily expensive. One of the most popular concerns event planners hear is how to stay within budget. Renting was once considered a no brainer for saving on

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The Most Shocking Secret about Event Rental Deliveries

The Most Shocking Secret about Event Rental Deliveries

In the hundreds of customer service calls we’ve answered here at Goodshuffle, there is one thing that stands out as shocking customers the most:

”It’s cheaper to have the items dropped off the day prior?”

Yep! Necessary disclaimer: there are occasionally exceptions to this rule. However, we’ve found that, nine times out

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