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Jayden Thomas Entertainment wins WeddingWire award

WORTHINGTON -- WeddingWire, a global online wedding marketplace, has named Jayden Thomas Entertainment as a winner of the WeddingWire Couples' Choice Awards 2016 for Mobile DJ's in Worthington. Jayden Thomas Entertainment has won this award five ...

WORTHINGTON - WeddingWire, a global online wedding marketplace, has named Jayden Thomas Entertainment as a winner of the WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards 2016 for Mobile DJ’s in Worthington.
Jayden Thomas Entertainment has won this award five years in a row.
The WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards 2016 recognizes the top 5 percent of wedding professionals in the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism. The awards are given to the top local wedding vendors in more than 20 service categories, from wedding venues to wedding DJ’s, based on their professional achievements from the previous year.
While many industry award winners are selected by the host organization, the WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards winners are determined solely based on reviews from real newlyweds and their experiences working with professionals such as Jayden Thomas Entertainment. Award-winning vendors are distinguished for the quality, quantity, consistency and timeliness of the reviews they have received from their past clients.
As a Couples’ Choice Awards winner, Jayden Thomas Entertainment is highlighted within the WeddingWire Network, which is comprised of more than 400,000 wedding professionals globally.
For more information about Jayden Thomas Entertainment, visit its website at www.djjaydenthomas.com . To learn more about the Couples’ Choice Awards, visit www.weddingwire.com/couples-choice-awards .

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