"We had a great time working with Russell sound lab. They did my Matron of honors wedding so we knew they were going to do a great job on ours, and they did! Thanks to Joe and his team for an awesome job and making sure all of our details were taken care of!"
Leslie Winkner, canton OH
"Working with Joe was practically the most stress-free part of planning our wedding. We used RSL's services for our DJ, videography, and slideshow with our photos. Our dance floor was packed the entire night, and many requests were played. He even worked with my now-husband on a surprise mother-son dance! We had over 300 guests, and they all were impressed with the quality of sound in the hall and the timing of the traditional dances. The videographer was always right there during the key moments. I can't wait to see the footage! Thank you for everything!"
Stephanie Stuck, Massillon OH
"We are so happy that we used Joe Russell for our wedding reception! He has an awesome personality. The night went so smoothly and everything transitioned really well. I was surprised how many people were on the dance floor! We also used the video taping service and we love our footage from the weddinng and reception. Our guests tell us all the time still how much they liked our DJ!! Thanks so much!
Emily and Chris"
Emily Jones, Painesville OH
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What automated decision making and/or profiling we do with user data