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Sometimes You Have To Think Upside-Down

By Mike Murphy If you produce events, especially athletic, it’s likely you’ve been involved in a cycling event. And if you’ve been involved in a cycling event, you’ve probably had to transport bikes at one time or another. Over the years, bike transport is one of the things I’ve never……

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Partner Spotlight: HP Productions, Inc.

By far one of the most important parts of your event is signage. It’s significant for a number of reasons: making the event memorable, promoting your cause, brand awareness and simple logistics. At Event 360 we know the importance of a clean looking event through our signs which is…

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2016 Social Media Report

By Katie Zupancic Wymer and Jim Hennessey Welcome to 2017! As brands and organizations prepare (or in our case, are already knee deep in the process) to refresh social media plans, content, and the look-and-feel for the next event season, it is important to look back at the learnings from……

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Happy Holidays from Event 360

Hard to believe another holiday season is upon us! While it’s easy to get sidetracked by the stress of the holiday season, we’re all joined by a common holiday pastime – reflection. The past year has been filled with building strong relationships (old and new) and countless events (old and……

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The Perfect Event Date

By Slade Thompson One of the key factors in determining an event’s success is selecting an event date. And when it comes to selecting an event date there are roughly a billion considerations to take into account. The truth is that trying to find the perfect day is…

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MuckFest® MS Series Recap

In November we produced our final MuckFest® MS event of the 2016 season. This year we had 36,000 muckers and 2,500 volunteers who helped us reach the $25 million milestone in fundraising to date for the National MS Society. MuckFest MS was held in 11 cities around the country from Boston…

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Susan G. Komen 3-Day Series Recap

By Molly Fast It’s the end of the Susan G. Komen 3-Day® event season and I’m back in my home office, with my usual post-season cold. Sniffles aside, I have a very, very full heart from all the experiences I shared with my co-workers and the amazing participants that make……

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2016…What I’m thankful for

By Mike Murphy Well, there it is. Our 2016 event season is nearing an end. And with that, the wind, rain, heat, cold, clouds, sunshine, airplanes, rentals cars and hotel rooms that make up our year of outdoor events are close to giving us a little time off. It also……

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Partner Spotlight: United Site Services

When planning an event, most people think about the fun stuff first: Decorations, music, ceremony, speeches, T-shirt designs. But it’s the unglamorous stuff that can make or break your participant experience – such as, are there enough toilets? For more than 15 years, United Site Services, which provides portable toilets,……

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Giving Tuesday is coming!

By Katie Zupancic Wymer (Updated on November 13, 2018) In the P2P space, many organizations spend Q4 focusing on wrapping up outdoor events and executing their year-end giving campaigns. With so many loose ends to tie up in 2018, we wanted to make sure to flag a very…

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