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Cleveland DJs, RTH LIVE! Party Band, Production Services, Lighting, Photo Booths, Videography & More!

Rock The House is a Cleveland based entertainment group that provides excellent service for any event. We will work with the client on their event to produce exactly what was envisioned. Some of the entertainment & production services we provide include Bar /Bat Mitzvah DJs, Cleveland wedding DJs, birthday DJs, anniversary DJs and school dance DJs. To get your guests on the dance floor and excited to participate, the Cleveland DJs also offer the services of party motivators. Creating a fun and engaging atmosphere is important for an event’s success and our interactive activities can help. These include photo booth rentals, video game stations, indoor sports, body art / tattoos, inflatables, casino games and much more. Rock The House can provide mementos for any event with our talented videography services. Rock The House also offers production services that make any event venue look great such as décor lighting, drapery and staging.

RTH now also offers Rock The House LIVE! This party band is everything that the other bands aren’t. Now Booking for this year and beyond. Rock The House LIVE can be reserved for your entertainment or can be added to any DJ / MC package for the ultimate in wedding event entertainment.

Not only will Rock The House provide your event with exceptional entertainment, but their event planners and coordinators will give you guidance throughout the entire event process. Whether you need information on wedding venues in Cleveland or just someone to vent to, Rock The House will be there every step of the way.

As top DJs in Cleveland, we take pride in treating every event individually and providing superior service. Rock The House is willing to travel for events and has entertained throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania. Entertaining is our passion and Rock The House will make any event exceed your guests’ expectations.

 

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Rock The House goes Over the Edge for Hattie Larlham

Posted on September 4, 2014 in All Posts

Over the Top Production Team goes Over the Edge for Charity

At Rock The House we always take our production over the top, and thanks to the fundraising efforts of a local charity, we literally got to go over the top of a building! This past Saturday our marketing coordinator, Tim Long, participated in Over the Edge for Hattie Larlham. Over the Edge sends participants who have raised pledges rappelling down an office building in a signature event for non-profits. Hattie Larlham is a Northeast Ohio organization that provides assistance to children and adults with developmental diseases.

The event collected more than $140,000 at Hattie Larlham. As one of the sponsors, we were allowed to send one of our employees Over the Edge. When the office asked who want to repel down the 22-story PNC building in Akron, Tim shot his hand up with enthusiasm.

Tim showed his excitement on many levels for the event – “I love to participate in any type of urban adventure, and joining a cause that helps other people is truly what makes it special. Not only do I get to represent Rock The House by repelling down a building, but it fits with our values in helping others in the Cleveland plus region.”

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One of the features that we provided was our latest product called SocialCast. SocialCast creates a feed of social media posts from event attendees using a specific hashtag. With customizable options and multiple social networks, users can become part of the visuals at an event.

You can learn more about Hattie Larlham and Over the Edge on their websites. To find out more about Rock The House and our services you can find us online or give us a call to see how we can help your event – 440.232.7625

What Is An Industry Leader?

Posted on August 19, 2014 in All Posts

Challenge Accepted

When it comes to the definition of what it means to be an industry leader, it might not be what you think. Many people think that the term is designated for those who are the largest companies or have the most popular services. That’s not really what it takes to be an industry leader. Being an industry leader means you are committed to innovation, education, growing the industry as a whole and thinking about a larger picture bigger beyond just your company.

We’re proud of the impact of our team on the event industry as a whole. From local positions on the ISES Cleveland Board of Directors (including the Vice President of Membership and the Incoming President) to being asked to volunteer on International committees, we’ve created an environment where giving back is part of our culture. Rock The House team members have been asked to speak at events all over the country because of our willingness to elevate the industry to new levels of achievement. Volunteering doesn’t stop there, our Marketing Director, Nick Borelli, has been asked to take on the responsibilities of Marketing and Public Relations for The SEARCH Foundation which raises money for event professionals when they need it the most. These types of volunteer positions are often thankless and have little impact on revenue all while being some of the most rewarding experiences in the carriers of our team.

We at Rock The House believe that leadership is not a position, its a state of being and a commitment to evolving. When we say we are an industry leader, its not to boast but a point of distinction and pride in our ongoing efforts to better everyone we come in contact with. The better our industry gets the more clients lives we can positively impact, and that’s why we do what we do.

Pictures from this week’s ISES Live in Seattle:

On the Rise and Ready to Shine

Posted on August 7, 2014 in All Posts

The Cleveland Event World is About to Take Center Stage

This year Cleveland installed the world’s largest outdoor chandelier. Soon to be outdone the GOP announced Cleveland as their home for the 2016 Republican National Convention. Then the prodigal son of Akron decided he was also ‘Coming Home’. But before any Cavalier games or committee speeches begin, the City of Cleveland will welcome nearly 30,000 guests with very diverse backgrounds as The Gay Games 9 will begin with their opening ceremonies on August 9th.

In preparation for Ohio’s biggest event this year, Positively Cleveland and The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio teamed up this past month to teach companies about accommodating individuals attending the Gay Games.  Rock The House was among several companies on hand for the Gay Games LGBTQ Cultural Competency Training Program.

The Cleveland event and hospitality industries have been two of the more inclusive business practices with diverse backgrounds of LGBTQ individuals for several years. The class was a thought provoking discussion with exercises to understand the LGBTQ vernacular as well as helping to define many uncommon phrases used within the community.

The meeting was lead by Christen DuVernay of The Diversity Center of Northeastern Ohio. Among the topics discussed, she brought attention to the ways in which companies can promote inclusion and improve communication while discovering the necessary steps to value individuals.

The attendees also learned different tactics for addressing discriminatory behaviors outside and within their own organizations. The class then examined the difference between microinsulting (using derogatory words to describe a person) and microinvalidation (a form of microaggression that excludes or negates a person’s thoughts or feelings).

The class concluded with a group exercise that dealt with subconscious microinsults and how you would solve issues as an organizational leader.

To learn more about the The Diversity Center of Northeastern Ohio and their mission you can visit them here.

To learn all about The Gay Games and its positive impact on the city of Cleveland, visit GG9CLE.com