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Question: Non-responsive party promoters

Dear Lounge Advice,

We have decided to go to a club party which happens to be out of town. This is a prepay party and were asked to contact the person/persons directly for info etc. We have been to these parties before and have had a wonderful time. Our problem is this-the contacts have read our emails (3 total in the past 3 1/2 weeks) but we have not received hotel info, party info nothing and are getting anxious to get things arranged for hotel, babysitting etc as this is going to be an overnighter for us. What do we do? Do we take this as we are not invited? Do we contact them once again with concerns? What?

Thank you for your time

Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

If you aren't receiving any info from them, are you willing to gamble on making all of the arrangements to go somewhere?

If you don't know the detials, you can't very well figure out what to do. To me, if they are reading your e-mails and not responding, this is a bad sign.
The correct business etiquette would dictate that they respond to you one way or another.

Do they perhaps have a party info page anywhere? Perhaps (and not making excuses) there is an info page with these details. You could also try calling them if you can locate a contact number.

If you must, tell a little white lie and let them know that you and a few others you know are seeking the same details, and you will not attend if you do not know the answers to your questions.

Be nice, but put them in a quandry that will put their profit for the night in peril. If they want your money, they will answer.

If they do not answer, the risk is yours to ascertain. Is it worth it?

One more thing to consider: If this is a club/party that is an official party promoter on LL, consider contacting LLCLUBRELATIONS with your dilemma and perhaps they can intervene on your behalf. After all, if a club owner is going to advertise on LL, the site owners would expect them to respond to e-mails from the members.
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