Dramatically Different Results: Marcello Completes The Professional Process Training with Peter Merry

Marcello trains with Peter Merry, the author of The Best Wedding Reception... Ever!

How does an award winning entertainment and event production company stay on top of the latest industry trends and continue to offer their clients a fun, unique and memorable experience for their once in a lifetime celebration? Simple.  They put in a lot of time and effort when it comes to continuing education.

Case in point, Peter Merry, the author of the new wedding bible, The Best Wedding Reception… Ever!, was in town to deliver his Professional Process curriculum.  My hand still hurts from taking so many notes.

Peter is considered one of the top Master of Ceremonies in the business. When my wife and I got married five years ago, we flew him in from California to make sure our event was elegant, yet festive and that our guests attended a “celebration with style.”  And boy did he deliver.  Since then, Peter and I have remained good friends- and fortunately for my clients, Peter has been a non-stop source of extraordinary ideas to implement into MMP’s social and corporate events when the need arises.

The Best Wedding Reception... Ever! cover.

The Best Wedding Reception... Ever!

Peter is also the President of the Wedding Entertainment Directors Guild, an elite group of 20 entertainment professionals from the U.S and Canada who specialize in wedding receptions. I’m proud to be the only member from the tri-state area who qualified.  It was a rigorous application process which took over 3 months to complete.   My acceptance and current membership helps MMP’s discerning clientele distinguish our level of service and talent from all the other available alternatives- and to justify the significant difference in investment; Peter’s hands-on guidance and educational content has proven to be a priceless source of validation to this end.

I look forward to introducing all of the advanced level techniques I learned regarding entertainment, decor,  hospitality and event production concepts at our upcoming design sessions and celebrations.

It’s funny, The Professional Process made me feel like Luke Skywalker hangin’ with Yoda for two days of Jedi training.

“There are plenty of DJ Entertainment companies out there.  They all play music and they all make announcements…  but with dramatically different results.” – Peter Merry

You be the judge.  At your convenience, compare this, or this, to that. 🙂

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4 Responses to “Dramatically Different Results: Marcello Completes The Professional Process Training with Peter Merry”
  1. Peter Merry says:

    Well written this article was my esteemed pupil. Remember…do…or do not…there is no try.

    Thanks for the glowing recommendation for my 2-day training event Marcello! But you forgot to mention that the attendees were also treated to a 40 minute presentation by you on Balance that was both highly motivational and inspirational. Your contribution served to make the 2-day event that much more worthwhile for all involved…myself included. And now I’ll turn into the young padawan learner as I continue to take notes on the quality and breadth of content you keep deliveirng on your blog. Onwards and upwards!

  2. Marcello says:

    Peter, (Master Yoda)

    Thank you for the kind words and positive feedback.

    Coming from you, that really means a lot.

    Here’s to “doing.” 🙂 Best wishes with your upcoming book tour and t.v appearances!

    Continued success!

    Marcello

  3. Philip Weston says:

    I agree with Peter – your presentation on “Balance” was both wonderful and timely. These days, who isn’t stressed and making sacrifices? Yet how much do those things matter in the bigger picture?

    TPP is a fantastic opportunity in itself. I consider myself very fortunate that I was also able to participate in your presentation while there. Keep spreading the word, Marcello!

  4. Marcello says:

    Thank you for the positive review and for stopping by Phillip.

    You are right on with regards to “the big picture” and the TPP. 🙂

    Best wishes,

    Marcello

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