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Groovy, Mailgun & "Fiancé"

This is a Tech Post written by our Co-Founder and Lead Engineer, Andrew Garcia. Have an idea for a tech post? Email us: info@goodshuffle.com

Prologue

Here at Goodshuffle we've built our entire platform using Grails (currently 3.3.1) and occasionally we run into interesting problems that hopefully by writing down here we

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The Killer Cost to Party Rental Companies

The Killer Cost to Party Rental Companies

“Why isn’t my party rental business making more money?” you may be asking yourself. After all, the party rental industry is a $5 billion industry and it’s only growing. Business owners are looking for ways to get a bigger piece of that pie. Of course, there are many ways to grow your event

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Top 5 Reasons You Need Online Signatures

Top 5 Reasons You Need Online Signatures

We all know the world has moved online. We do everything from taxes to business registration to birth announcements digitally. Online contracts were cemented legally in 2000 by the Information Technology Act, and they’ve truly exploded in popularity ever since.

So what’s the big deal with online contracts? Why do so many people

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Why Event Rental Companies Should List Their Prices

Why Event Rental Companies Should List Their Prices

There's a long-standing divide in the event rental industry over whether it’s smarter to list your prices, or require customers to call in. Some folks think listing pricing is the easier way to go, while others think it detracts from their opportunity to sell a customer on the phone.

We’ve listened to the

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Event Radios 101

Event Radios 101

Why Use Radios?

You’re probably asking yourself: Why do I need radios to run my event? Why can’t everybody just communicate through texting or calling on cell phones? While it is possible to run an event just through cell phones, that’s not the most efficient or practical way. Texting takes time, precious

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