Top Holiday Party Ideas! Book Gracie & Lacy . . . unless of course, you'd rather be chosen to play Santa, and promise kids things their parents can't afford . . . Ice Skating - Be sure your liability insurance covers this. Make sure all employees over 25 wear a helmet and use a walker. Purchase knee pads, elbow pads, and hire medical professionals to stand by. Hot Chocolate Bar - Better yet, Lukewarm Chocolate Bar - you know what happened with that McDonald's coffee suit.
Hello and happy Friday - the end of the week for many, unless you are an #Eventprof! Today we are going to explore events from the attendee's perspective. Far more effective than a post-event survey, attending events is one of the best ways to improve your own. It is easy to think like an attendee when you are one! Just slip that notepad into your pocket, and jot down your thoughts and observations as you go. I took this assignment myself, here's my takeaway: 1. Parking - Aff
Hello #EventProfs and #MeetingProfs! It has been a while since I've posted. Why? Because I've been busy working some great events here on the east coast! I haven't forgotten about you, and I look forward to hearing your comments and additions to this list. Here's the goal of this post: To help you get inside the mind of the attendee so you can craft the most rewarding, engaging, and profitable events! 1. Because their boss expects them to 2. To learn something valuable 3. To
Do you have Post-Traumatic Stress from your previous event Emcee choice? Do you ever have the urge to cut your Master of Ceremonies' microphone cable? Well you're in the right place - I am going to teach you how to find a terrible Emcee so you can keep on ruining your event and placing your job on the line! 1. Ask the Office Ham to be the Emcee Bob in sales might have a funny sense of humor, or at least his mother thinks so. And, heck he loves to be the center of attention an
As the song says, "nothin' could be finer, than to be in Carolina," particularly when you are planning a corporate dinner or special event in Charleston! Venue Ideas: Find a historic venue that echoes the Art Deco glitz and glam of the 1920s and 1930s to give your guests that full #Throwback experience - here are a few Gracie & Lacy particularly like: The American Theatre (Patrick Properties) The Riviera Theatre (Belmond Charleston Place) The Francis Marion Hotel The Experien