When it is time to show your customers how much you value their business, you may want to consider a few good customer appreciation ideas. A night of fun with food and beverages goes a long way to many clients, and if they enjoy it, it is win-win. Live entertainment is an excellent bet for a successful event, especially when everyone is fed and hydrated.
Live performers, especially funny ones, often make a celebration a night to remember. Most everyone enjoys a time out from the usual routine and live performances loosen up just about any size of a crowd. Something awe-inspiring or amusing will be remembered for a while, and customers will appreciate your efforts to thank them in such a thoughtful way. The four performers described here may be just what you need for your big night. Check out these four customer appreciation ideas.
Customer Appreciation Ideas Your Clients will Enjoy
Taylor Mason expresses his inner comedian with ventriloquism and a few props as well as the participation of a helpful audience volunteer. His ability to bring out the volunteer’s inner performer is entertaining during his or her time on stage. The volunteer’s friends may find it to be invaluable for future reunion stories.
Bob Stromberg amuses audiences with some of his childhood memories in a unique presentation. Families provide grist for the comedy mill in many ways, and he relates his own with wit and situations that most, if not all, groups of people can appreciate. Using the big screen for all sizes of audiences, he takes them on a slide journey to remember with hilarity.
Joe Castillo, a finalist on America’s Got Talent, amazes audiences with his sand art on the big screen. He creates images in sand on a surface of light while appropriate theme music plays throughout the performance. Colors change with the music and the pictures as each image forms and evolves into a new picture in living action and in real time.
Adam Trent, a master at transforming an audience volunteer into a performer, keeps the laughter going throughout the act. His props and his comments before the music starts are as funny as the actual “act,” and it is worth showing up for whatever the occasion. All sizes and types of groups leave laughing after Adam gets done with them.
Live performers may be the spark that your event needs, and any of these entertainers would be a valuable addition to it. Other customer appreciation ideas may include gifts of T-shirts and chocolates to take home, but a memorable evening usually rates big thank-yous from customers. Clients like being well taken care of in the business world, and a celebration of a live performance will let them know you value their business for whatever length of time they’ve worked with your company. Plan now and enjoy the event with your customers.