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The Genius of Gene Wilder

I can vaguely remember the first Gene Wilder movie that I would ever know. It was the 1971 adaptation of Roald Dahl’s book, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. With 37 credited roles to his name, that was just the first of many brilliant movies I would come to love. Far from politically correct, director Mel Brooks would have me fall in love with him again the first time I saw Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles. These were all released before I ever entered this world, but they have stood the test of time in cinematic history.

Hold The Phone

Following Up With Wedding Couples Is Not Harassment

There are wedding professionals who believe that following up with prospects and leads is equivalent to stalking or harassing the couple. I know this because I’ve recently read it on one of my private Facebook industry groups. There are DJs, photographers, florists, and even wedding coordinators who believe that once a bride contacts their business, they should try to respond to the inquiry once, maybe twice… Then stop.