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30 years of event and people experience:

  1. Nationwide experiential event marketing;
  2. Strategic brand development and integration;
  3. Experiential event planning, show logistics and management;
  4. Creating strategic sponsorships (we do not sell sponsorships for our clients);
  5. Managing and developing consumer promotions and experiences;
  6. Road shows, sampling, product demonstrations, and publicity campaigns;
  7. Experiential theme and exhibit design consulting;
  8. Concert and festival production such as U2, Santana, Allman Brothers, James Taylor, etc.;
  9. Speaker event production including Gene Roddenbury, G. Gordon Liddy, John Waters, etc.;
  10. College and university promotions, sampling, grassroots and lifestyle events;
  11. Olympiad and parade creation and production;
  12. Risk reversal strategic marketing and business efficiency modeling and consulting;
  13. Trade show marketing;
  14. Medical Advisory, Association/Industry and volunteer board development, meetings, luncheons and dinners;
  15. In store merchandising, retail-tainment, partnerships and strategic partnership building;
  16. Seminar and meeting development and production;
  17. Cross promotion, coop marketing and strategic partnering;
  18. Integrated experiential marketing; and

19.  Special events and fund raising events (we do not solicit funds for our clients).

Clients

PepperidgeFarm 213x320Our clients.. destinations, PR firms, Ad agencies, marketing firms, package goods, services, hospitality, technology, government, NGO's, non-profits, health & beauty, media, performing arts, etc.

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Event Experience

Event Experience ..

  1. Nationwide experiential event marketing;
  2. Strategic brand development and integration;
  3. Experiential event planning, show logistics and management;
  4. Develop strategic sponsorship packages and copy;
  5. Manage and develop consumer promotions and experiences;

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Doing More In Less Time

Business owners and executives work at 120% - 130% capacity!  It is virtually impossible to get "everything" done in a work day. Studies show there are 340 hours of reading and catching up to do at any given point

Because executives are working with smaller staff and expected to do more in less time, they are constantly working just to get out from under the backlog.

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