What Makes a Great Event Book?

By Cyrena Hillyard What makes a great event book? Well of course it all starts with the information. You can’t have an event book full of pretty pages without any real details. Once you’ve gathered the content, and it’s likely to be a LOT of content, you will want…

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PanCAN PurpleStride Recap

By: Jake Geiger For the past year, our team has been preparing to produce an unprecedented peer-to-peer event series with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN) called PanCAN PurpleStride.   The goal:   Plan 59 events  Support execution for 30 of those  … Read More

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Celebrate Good Times, Come On!

By: Abbie Peterson Kool & The Gang was onto something when they released the chart-topping hit “Celebration” in 1980. A song dedicated to feeling good, coming together, and taking a moment to truly “celebrate good times.” The almost five-minute song isn’t about celebrating only when it’s convenient or after…

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Where in the World is Event 360?

Our bags are packed and we’re ready to go! We have a big weekend ahead of us as we produce and staff the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s PurpleStride events across the country, all on the same day, making it our largest event series in Event 360 history! We’ve been…

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Reducing Your Carbon Footprint One Step at a Time

By Abbie Peterson Finding easy, eco-friendly, sustainable solutions for large-scale events can pose a challenge for non-profit professionals juggling every aspect of planning their event. When you’re managing participants, vendors and volunteers, adopting environmentally friendly policies can quickly fall to the bottom (or completely) off your ever-growing to-do list.

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2022 Florida AIDS Walk Recap

By: Janelle Benuska Last Saturday, March 19th brought members of the Event 360 team back to the beach in Fort Lauderdale for the 16th Annual Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival ― our first event for the 2022 season! It was an incredible weekend building and executing a safe, FUN,……

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“Safety doesn’t happen by accident”

By Meredith Parker Safety starts on your first day of event planning and is the last item to cross of your to-do list after an event concludes. This has never been more true than during the past year, when many cities and jurisdictions implemented new safety protocols that impact the……

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Introducing 360live+

With the reemergence and reinvention of live events, we are ready to provide our non-profit partners with our innovative 360-degree perspective on how to elevate peer-to-peer fundraising programs. We are very excited and proud to introduce: 360live+. Our new 360live+ suite of offerings seamlessly combines Event 360’s innovation expertise and……

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The 2021 MMRF Team for Cures 5K Recap

On September 12 in Chicago, we officially kicked off the 2021 MMRF Team for Cures 5K walk/run series! It’s been nearly 22 months since our last in-person event with the MMRF, and we worked around the clock with them to make sure it was a safe and successful event. Four hundred people turned out under brilliant blue skies, full of excitement to…

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The ABC’s of Live Events

As we get back to the world of in-person live events after a year and a half of living in the virtual world, it might be a good time to remind ourselves of the basics. And what better way to get back to basics than our ABC’s. Here’s a new……

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