NQC Addendum

I was asked whether NQC’s lack of any dress code extended to hairstyles. So I sent Clarke Beasley the following email:

Clarke,

Thank you for response!

After I quoted from your response to those who were wondering about an NQC dress code, two people asked me whether it covered artists’ hairstyles. While I said that I assumed that this was covered under “no contractual requirement regarding dress,” they asked for a clarification. Does NQC have any requirements for artists’ hairstyles?

Thank you again for your time.

Sincerely,
Daniel J. Mount

He replied: “The same applies for hairstyles.”

So there you have it.


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  1. Thanks Daniel for going back to ask again. You are the best!

  2. We feel even though the attendees can dress in jeans etc. It is disrespectful to the one we represent to be dressed sloppy. We need to show reverence when we represent the King of Kings and those attending will in like be more respectful. Doesn’t mean it has to be matching suits, but sport coats and appropriate dresses or pant suits are commendable