Event company opens in Comox Valley

Drop the Needle Entertainment (DTNE) has opened its doors in the Comox Valley.

CO-OWNERS KATRINA Cain and Craig McNeil are spicing up the weeknight bar scene in the Comox Valley.

Drop the Needle Entertainment (DTNE) has opened its doors in the Comox Valley.

Launched in March, DTNE has taken traditional bar games and spiced them up.

“We noticed that many of the music trivia, general trivia and other bar games were losing their following. After trying them out for ourselves, we realized that we could make them better and bring the fun and spark back into the weeknight bar scene,” said co-owner Katrina Cain.

Drop the Needle Entertainment offers so much more than bar games, however. They are a full service DJ and event company.

In addition to Guess That Groove music trivia and Next Line Bingo (starting on Wednesday nights in October at the Bridge Lounge), DTNE offers other events such as Centre Stage Talent Show and Songwriter Survival.

“We will come into your venue and put on events that are engaging and fun for your customers. We do things a little differently, bringing our warmth and friendliness to the party,” remarked Craig McNeil, co-owner.

In addition to musical events, Drop the Needle Entertainment has noticed that there are very few activities for singles to meet other singles in the Comox Valley and have created a bunch of different mix and mingle activities.

For more information, contact info@droptheneedleentertainment.com or call Katrina Cain at 250-218-1071.

— Drop the Needle Entertainment

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