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Run for Good with Event 360

Are you attending the 2019 Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum Conference? Pack your running shoes and join us on Thursday, February 28th, for the 3rd annual Run for Good. You’ll receive a free t-shirt, make new friends, participate in one of the healthiest networking events of the week, and… Read…

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Keeping On-Event Excitement Alive All Year

By Kaleigh Glaza For event companies, and nonprofits who garner much of their funding through large-scale charity events, it is key to keep our events on the minds of past and future participants all year long. Once events are in the past, the urgency of the cause lessens, and it……

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Lessons Learned in 2018

By Gina Guerreso With the New Year upon us, preparations for events in 2019 are well underway. Still, we find it’s important to hit the pause button and reflect on getting to this point. We celebrate our successes, but can’t forget the challenges, the times we were pushed outside of……

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Event 360 Teammate Spotlight: Tisho Jessop

We’re excited to introduce this week’s Event 360 Teammate Spotlight. Enjoy a glimpse into the personal and professional life of Tisho Jessop! Position:  Fundraising & Support Coach | Twin Cities & Philadelphia | Susan G. Komen 3-Day Start Year:  2016 (this time around)   What job did you hold right before…

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Fundraising Heroes: Meet Vanessa D.

By Heather Snyder There are as many different attitudes and approaches to fundraising as there are individual fundraisers. Some take a methodical approach, others make an emotional appeal, and still others fundraise with a sense of fun and humor. The Coconutter Strutters, a Susan G. Komen Michigan 3-Day team, is……

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2018 DAV Run to Honor Veterans 5K Series Recap

By Janelle Benuska   “Soldiers, when committed to a task, can’t compromise. It’s unrelenting devotion to the standards of duty and courage, absolute loyalty to others, not letting the task go until it’s been done.”     ―John Keegan     As I reflect on the first two weekends of November, I…

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What We’re Thankful For

Thanksgiving is our favorite time of year here at Event 360. It almost always coincides with the end of our event season and provides us the opportunity to rest and recharge before diving back into planning for 2019. This year, we’re thankful for our partners at the… Read…

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The Importance of a Solid SOP

By Robin Shapiro Whether you are planning a new event or working to improve an existing event, developing standard operating procedures (SOPs) for all of your processes is key to your event’s success. A complete SOP outlines how things get done, who does what and how results are measured. Compiling……

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Creating a Year-to-Year Legacy Communication Plan

By Joann Collins The seasonal nature of the fundraising events business means that your communications team is usually in one of three repeating phases: Planning, Implementing, or Analyzing. Then as soon as you’re done with your analysis, it’s time to plan for the next year. During that transition period…

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5 Things I Love About Hustle

By Suzanne Mooney Waiting by the phone and hoping it will ring is no longer an activity reserved for starry-eyed romantics in the throes of a budding romance. Hardy souls on the front lines of peer-to-peer fundraising events across the country are doing a lot of waiting and hoping by……

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