I've done a search and found a tons of conversations regarding seasonal contracts, most pertaining on how to even come up with reasonable quote. Which raises two questions, the first pertaining to the above. Why not come up with seasonal rate based on however it is you base it on. Then include an overage clause. Something to the effect, that in the event 'X' number of hours, or events has been reached, then a per event rate will apply, or a per hour rate will apply. You can offer a discounted event or hourly rate if need be. But this way your sure to cover yourself if the season brings an unusaully higher number of events. Just a thought. We did something similar for seasonal lawn contracts. My other question is how do those of you who are using seasonal contracts, bill?