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DJ Anthony Giuliano

Meet DJ Anthony Guiliano

Happy #MancrushMonday #HipNJ! Today our #MCM is our very own DJ Anthony Guiliano!

Since 2002, Anthony Guiliano of Sounds of Music Entertainment (SOME) has been providing tri-state residents professional party services for a whole range of events. DJ Anthony does weddings, Sweet Sixteen’s, school dances, anniversaries, and more. The family-owned and operated company is based in Woodridge, New Jersey but travels around the tri-state to celebrate and party.

Anthony and his team offer more than just the usual DJ and MC services. Beyond playing music (suited to the client’s unique taste) with a premier sound system, SOME is eager to provide monogram production and photo montages.

Anthony uses monogram production to project names on the wall, the floor, or the ceiling–a touching option for weddings and anniversaries. Photo montages and slideshows are displayed on plasma screens to make each client’s event perfect. Potential clients can expect exceptional customer service to match SOME’s excellent entertainment packages.

With over a decade of experience, DJ Anthony is the go-to guy to host your wedding, anniversary, and all the other important events in your life!

Sounds of Music Entertainment can be found at somenj.com, and on Facebook and on Instagram.

#HipNJ: Pump and Run

#HipNJ’s Julie Dedoussis was in Hoboken for the 4th annual Pump and Run a lifting competition and 5k run- to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project!

Bennett Smith, of Crossfit Hoboken, tells #HipNJ that Crossfit Hoboken has many first responders, and they want to give back directly to them. Matt Peck, a participant of the Pump and Run, thought it would be a great idea to spend their Saturday morning getting some exercise while helping out a great cause! Another participant, Kimberly Adams, liked that the race was age separated. “Then you don’t have to compete with the 20 year olds!”

This awesome event started with a bench press competition, where each participant had the chance to earn time deduction for their race. The participants had to lift 145 lbs as many times as they can for up to 45 reps. For every rep they complete, 20 seconds is deducted from their race time. After the bench press competition, the 5k begins!

People from all over the tri-state area flock to this fun and generous event.  Bennett of Crossfit Hoboken was proud to tell us they expect to give back over $10,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project! What a great event for such a great cause!

For more information visit www.HobokenPumpandRun.com.