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Entertainment Exchange Recognized as one of Washingtonian’s Very Best Wedding Vendors for 2021
Award-winning talent agency recommended by prestigious style guide in annual list
Silver Spring, January 13, 2021. — Entertainment Exchange was honored as one of Washington, DC’s Very Best Wedding Vendors by Washingtonian Magazine.
Washingtonian, the DC region’s top source of information for dining, shopping, entertainment, and personalities releases this annual list that includes wedding vendors in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia region, compiled by Washingtonian Weddings staff. From planners and photographers to gown shops and confectioners, these are the experts who can make your big day absolutely perfect. The 2021 list includes many past Entertainment Exchange collaborators and also gave a special spotlight on two of the agency’s bands Free Spirit and Nightsong band.
“This recognition comes on the heels of our industry experiencing an extremely challenging year and we are beyond grateful,” said Mike Ostrow, Managing Director, Entertainment Exchange. “We are so honored to be distinguished among so many other hardworking wedding professionals in the DC Metropolitan area and we look forward to what 2021 will bring so that we can continue to bring joy, excitement, and fun to every event.”
For more information about Entertainment Exchange visit https://entertainmentexchange.com/. To view the full Washingtonian Vendor list click HERE.
About Entertainment Exchange
Entertainment Exchange is a full-service talent agency servicing the mid-Atlantic region serving the Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Virginia metro regions. They connect clients with a variety of choices when it comes to looking for the perfect performers for the big day. From wedding bands, DJs and MCs, they have the perfect seasoned professionals to help make your wedding special.
Washingtonian, the magazine Washington lives by, is the region’s top source of information for dining, shopping, entertainment, and personalities. It has been Washington’s most trusted guide to living, working, and playing in the area for more than four decades thanks to features like “100 Very Best Restaurants,” “Top Doctors,” and “Great Places to Live.” The print magazine is read each month by more than 400,000 people, who spend an average of 96 minutes with each issue and save each issue for an average of five months. Washingtonian.com reaches more than a million unique readers every month. Washingtonian is a five-time National Magazine Award winner for its reporting and writing.