2017

How Corporate Catering Can Help You Pull Off Your Office Holiday Party With Ease

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The holidays are a way to build company morale. This time of the year is a good time for your company to host a party. An office party allows you to show employee appreciation and allows employees to get to know each other better. It also allows you to start the new year on a positive note. Read on to find out how corporate catering can help you pull off your office holiday party with ease.

26 October 2017

Choosing A Reception Hall For An Awards Banquet: Three Things To Look For

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Whether you are hosting an awards night for your local school's sports teams or you want to honor your top sales people of the year, you'll need to find the right reception venues for your events. Here are a few things to look for the ensure your event space has all of the amenities and service you need to host a great event. Audio/Visual Setup At the very least, you'll need to be sure there is a sound system that lets you use a microphone while announcing the names of winners.

7 August 2017

Bigger And Better: When Event Planning Just Becomes Too Much

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The problem with annual celebrations is that the voluntary or selected event planners constantly feel as though they have to outdo last year's event in at least one way. It is a competition that never seems to end. If you find yourself on this year's planning committee, do not cave to the pressure and the stress. Sure, you want the party to be fantastic, but it should not mean that you have to have a nervous breakdown to get there.

23 May 2017

3 Ways To Get Good Sporting Event Tickets For Your Favorite Team

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As a casual sports fan who is just starting to follow a specific team enthusiastically, you may not think you'll ever be able to get good seats to see them play in person. It might always seem like the games or sold out or that seats are only available in the "nosebleed" section. Luckily, using the suggestions below can get you in the arena or ball court much sooner than you suspect.

23 January 2017