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Event Rental Pricing Guidelines

Event Rental Pricing Guidelines

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Pricing is one of the toughest components for any entrepreneur in the party rental business. Are we charging enough for each rental item? How do you charge for delivery, set-up, removal, late fees and, most importantly, our time? Many of us are not making enough return because our calculations

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Why Subscription-Based Event Rental Management Software?

Why Subscription-Based Event Rental Management Software?

You may have noticed that the old model of having your software on your actual machine (either by downloading from a CD or having someone install on a server) is well on its way out. "Cloud-based" or "subscription" software is the wave of the future. But, like all change, some folks just aren't so sure

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Party Rental Inventory Trends

Party Rental Inventory Trends

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Hate 'em or love 'em, trends are a big part of this industry. Your collection will distinguish you from the competition. Learn about how to stay on top of trends in order to acquire and keep the best pieces, and figure out what to toss when it is not working

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6 Surprising Reasons Your Rentals Cost More Than You Expected

6 Surprising Reasons Your Rentals Cost More Than You Expected

Anyone who has planned a wedding or large event knows that feeling: You get the quote from the rental company and your eyes bug out of your head cartoon-style. “I just need some tables and chairs!” you cry, “How can this be?!”

While we boast super reasonable prices, and the ability to comparison shop, we’

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Worth the Cost Series: Tent Rentals

Worth the Cost Series: Tent Rentals

Our “Worth the Cost?” series explores the various elements of weddings and other events and asks, “Is it really worth all that dough?”

Tents are a heavily debated item when it comes to budget, due to the fact that they are very pricey. Tents require a ton of labor, which is the main source of

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