The Next Big Thing

After the year we’ve all endured, it feels so nice to be focusing on the future, doesn’t it? Here at Event 360, we’ve got two in-person events under our belts with the Florida AIDS Walk and Music Festival and the 5x5K FOR GOOD Dallas and are solidifying more…

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We Did It. Again!

Back in October I wrote about our first venture into live events during the pandemic era and the principles of time, space, and volume. Since then we have been sharing and refining those concepts with many of you via our blog, webinars, and in continuing to plan events. One…

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2018 Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival Recap

By Janelle Benuska On March 19, the Event 360 team assembled in Fort Lauderdale to produce the 13th Annual Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). This year’s event was a smash―3,000 participants and more than $2 million raised for 10 local nonprofit organizations providing……

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An Event for Everyone

With 2016 on the horizon, we are thrilled to share a glimpse into the year ahead. The Susan G. Komen 3-Day® series will kick off in August, but the Komen 3-Day journey begins long before the Opening Ceremony. Check out the 3-Day® and we will see you in one…

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