What’s new?

Well, let’s see. As the never ending entertainer I have done a bit since the last entry. Most notably, my character of Sam Jenkins, Legal Advisor to the 5th Earl of Coddingham, 1899 Victorian England. I hosted a murder mystery for a corporate holiday party that was quite involved and quite a blast! Working my costume and best faux English accent (s) [from London to Manchester to Liverpool to Cockney and back to London again – it’s tricky staying with just one for 5 hours], I was indeed Sam Jenkins the entire event. A big success!
 
Before you knew it it was St. Valentine’s Day and I found myself keeping a family crowd going at the Glenbrook Elementary school First Family Valentine’s Day Dance. Those kids showed me a dance step or two. A great crowd (200+/-) having a great time dancing non-stop. The Streamwood HS Pom Squad did a 5 minute routine for us too! A simple good time and I was happy to work the crowd for the night.
 
Keep checking back and I’ll let you know what I’m up to.
 
Thanks,
 
DJ Bob
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About bobthedjroig

A fun-loving perfectionist who, much like your lovable Labrador, lives to please through performing. Always energetic, I bring the best appropriate humour to every event I have ever performed. From the utmost in professionalism to the downright zany, I'm the one you've heard so much about.
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One Response to What’s new?

  1. Robert says:

    Kind WordsBJWC Bistro Night at Pinstripes!What a spectacular night we had celebrating BJWC, WINGS and the Cynthia L. Bischof Memorial Foundation! We had over 220 people attend the event and a great time was had by all! Pinstripes did a fantastic job with all of the food and beverages and their waiters were very accommodating and great to work with. Special thanks goes out to our auctioneer for the evening, Bob Roig, who did an outstanding job with our live auction and getting the crowd to focus on our presentations. Bob donated over 50% of his fee for the night right back to the Cynthia L. Bischof Memorial Foundation which was so generous.

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