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Planning an Event? Youve come to the right place!

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Searching for a caterer or venue for your next social event can be a time-consuming process! Contacting numerous caterers, traveling to potential locations, and negotiating the best deal in your budget can be overwhelming. With BookitKosher, we make it much easier! The caterers and venues come to you, allowing you to sit back and relax while watching your event come to life.

BookitKosher is a FREE online service that lets you post information about your upcoming event. Once your event is posted, caterers, and venues in your area who are registered and trusted with BookitKosher receive an instant e-mail notification of your potential business opportunity.

Here’s how BookitKosher.com works:

Step 1: Create your event

  • Answer a few simple questions using our unique, easy template.

Step 2: Get Bids from Acclaimed Vendors

  • Your event is posted to our registered caterers and venues that are suited for the job.
  • Every event is overlooked by a specialist to ensure maximum results.

Step 3: Compare Bids & Hire the Best Vendor

  • See the full picture: prices, reviews, profiles, and more…
  • Compare prices to get the best deal.
  • Once you accept the bid, the deal is finalized.

BookitKosher also gives you FREE access to its in-house party planning experts through its concierge service. They will guide you step-by-step from the moment you start planning your event all the way through its completion, making sure everything runs perfectly! These experts will negotiate on your behalf with the necessary vendors- caterers, venues, valet, rentals, and florist- and will SAVE you much TIME & MONEY. This FREE service is only a phone call away!

Visit BOOKITKOSHER.COMor call us at (516)418-6162.

Book it Easy…Book it Kosher!

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