Bat Mitzvah DJ In Harrisburg PA Introduces Interactive Dance Floor For Parties

Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment has defied convention in the DJ entertainment market with the release of the upgraded LED dance floor. More information can be found at http://rhythmsystem.com

Harrisburg, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Earlier today, Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment finally announced the release of their new upgraded interactive light up dance floor – its new dance floor with interactive LED lighting, which has been in use since 2015 but just got an upgrade. The main aim is to make your bat mitzvah or bar mitzvah so much better by getting more people up on the dance floor having fun at your party or special event… but it does so, with a difference.

Matt Saltzer, owner at Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment, says: “We wanted to try something new with the interactive dance floor. Anyone familiar with the DJ entertainment, wedding, and bat mitzvah entertainment markets will probably have noticed how everyone else seems to use a regular dance floor that is not interactive with LED lights or special effects. This is a problem because kids and even adults are looking for more exciting ways to celebrate their special day with their friends and families and this new technology is exactly what can take their party to the next level.”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, our interactive dance floor will instead make your bat mitzvah experience so much more fun by interacting with the child celebrating and their friends and families. Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment chose to make this move because the company wants to stand out among the competition by helping kids, and even grown ups, have a more exciting celebration that they will remember forever.

Matt Saltzer also said “We want to help create a better memory for our clients with a more exciting bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah that people will be talking about for years. With the interactive light up LED dance floor, they have a fresh new possibility to make that happen. We want them to feel more love and more joy during their party when using the interactive light up dance floor. Trying something new is always a risk, but it’s a risk we believe is worth taking.”

Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment has been in business since 1989. Since day one, the company has always aimed to stand out from the crowd, while also providing its clients the best possible experience at the best possible price. Matt Saltzer has now become one of the top wedding djs and the best bat mizvah dj in Harrisburg, PA and all of central Pennsylvania.

The upgraded interactive digital dance floor is set to launch February of 2018. To find out more, it’s possible to visit http://rhythmsystem.com/interactive-digital-dance-floor

For further information about Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment, all this can be discovered at http://rhythmsystem.com

Contact Info:
Name: Matt Saltzer
Organization: Rhythm System Pro DJ Entertainment
Address: 233 Forest Oak Lane, Harrisburg, PA 17110, United States
Phone: +1-717-540-8826

For more information, please visit http://rhythmsystem.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299908

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