Bobby Dee Presents was started in 1987, started off in night clubs eventually moving to bigger venues in Southern California. We are now currently working with all major concert producers in the world. Not only are we a concert and festival promotion company, but we are also a talent and management firm as well. Our mission is to exceed our guest’s expectations and continue to evolve with music and live performances.
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What exactly do you do for a career?
I curate & produce concerts & festivals throughout the United States & internationally. I also manage & am the booking agent for several high profile artists.
What was the process for you to find what you wanted to do?
The process was simply following my father’s footsteps.
What is the most rewarding part of your job?
Seeing the excitement we bring to people to forget the troubles of the world.
Can you tell us about your company/job/hustle?
Bobby Dee Presents is a grassroots promotion company with the objective to provide our guests with an unforgettable live experience.
What’s the “mission” of your company?
The mission of Bobby Dee Presents is “to exceed our guests’ expectations and continue to evolve with music and live performances.” Our objective is to provide guests with an unforgettable life experience. Bobby Dee Presents was founded in 1987 and has been providing some of the best shows across Southern California before expanding across the United States. “I curate and produce concerts and festivals throughout the United States and internationally. I also manage and am the booking agent for several high-profile artists,” Bobby Dee said about what his work entails. That is what they do, but where are they going? “We are going to continue to exceed everyone’s expectations and will eventually manage international artists,” Bobby Dee said. I am an ambitious man who already works with promoters such as AEG and Live Nation and has partnerships with top artists such as Snoop Dogg. However, Bobby Dee always has the vision to go bigger.
What are some of the challenges you faced along the way?
My challenges along the way have consisted of, being an independent company and having to deal with major booking and talent agencies not taking you seriously.
What is some advice you would give to a young entrepreneur?
Again, go remain patient, vigilant & don’t let the doors slammed in your face get in the way of your goals.
Anything else your audience should know?
We are going to continue to exceed everyone’s expectations and will eventually manage international artists.
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