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According to DCInno online, there is a major issue in the event planning world when it comes to scheduling entertainment and hiring event planners.  Either the event planners never pay the entertainment, or the entertainment doesn’t show up… It always seems to be something!


Not anymore, however!  Nicole Gallup, otherwise known as DJ Neekola, has began a new startup to ensure these problems never happen.  The company is called Pelonkey, and will be used to provide structure to anyone in the entertainment industry.

Gallub says she was inspired to start Pelonkey because, “A lot of times people rely on referrals that don’t work out. We can help educate them to find the right talent.”

For more information on Pelonkey, click here.

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