If the median age of your executive team is 27, Elvis entering the room probably isn't going to have an impact on the masses. Unless of course, he arrives with Taylor Swift!
When show-stopping tribute artists walk into a fully entertained room full of executives, there may be a slight stir near the back of the room. If the tribute artist has a microphone, he might enter as the band 'plays his song'. The words lilting above the music, rising in volume as he walks toward the stage. People in the audience will notice as he walks past, shaking hands, smiling, making his way through the crowd. And then …
He introduces his best friend … The one who has known his secret for the past forty years, the boss. The boss and the tribute artist have a short exchange midway through the song – the band takes a break – and conversation continues. The team building begins, as those attending this event get a glimpse of the fun, entertaining, and even exciting exchange of personal discussion becomes the figurative most memorable moment of the entire weekend.
As the music picks up, a second tribute artist enters the room, dancing through the crowd, singing her number one hit, and the evening explodes with transformational energy, taking what was a weekend training session to a new level. A motivational high, made memorable by the voices and appearances of celebrity show-stopping tribute artists. Your event just became the talk of the season.
1 – Never Settle for Less Than The Best
Top-shelf Cover Bands know how to fill up the room, keep the energy flowing, and motivate a crowd to action with the right songs, the best music, and on-stage dance routines designed to entice dancers on to the dance floor. Your team won't be able to resist adding their moves to the motion of the room. Energy becomes motivation, and life outside the room takes a break while your team takes an opportunity to become better friends, and build life-long relationships.
2 – Ice Breaking Themed Presentation Matters
Show bands offer so many opportunities to blend top 40 tunes with theme planned events, period swing music, and polished performances. Adding a tribute artist to a show band presentation, keeps the action going during breaks, and motivates your attendees to become part of the show. Everyone wants to meet the tribute artist! Make a memory with key recognition factors, celebrity status, and lifetime favorite memories.
3 – Let the Rat Pack Dominate Your Presentation
Filling up the show band break time with a meeting of Dean Martin and Marilyn Monroe might seem over-the-top in some circles, but not yours. Your audience deserves the best. Memories that stroll into a room, dance off into the night, and lead them back in time to an event that will motivate them for years to come. Your event will never be forgotten.
Elvis has not left the room …