Too Many Hats or Just the Right Amount?

By Cyrena Hillyard We’ve all been impacted by this past year in many ways, big and small, and our job responsibilities have definitely felt that impact. Whether you’re at a non-profit, event production company, or anywhere really, the pandemic has changed how business is done and by whom. Like many……

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DAV Run to Honor Veterans Recap

Members of the Event 360 team have spent the past two weekends working hard to produce two events in the DAV 5K Run to Honor Veterans series  – one in San Diego on November 7th and one in Atlanta on November 14th. This was Event 360’s second year…

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Five Things I Learned from Summer Camp

Written by Jane Kramer It’s raining. Again. Complete with thunder and lightning this time, which means we’re staying inside. The noise generated by hundreds of people crammed into one space is tremendous, made more frantic by the restlessness setting in. All I’m thinking as I watch the buckets pour from……

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Your Event Security Resources – Part #2

Written by David Kramer Once you have identified the major security risks for your event (see part 1) it is time to start evaluating and coordinating the resources that will be required to respond to those risks appropriately. The most critical security resource is the people involved in staffing…

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Determining Your Event Security Risks – Part #1

Written by David Kramer You’re having an event. You’ve considered the costs, determined the value, and the final outcome is a resounding, “YES! Let’s make it happen!” Whether starting from scratch or continuing a tradition, the time has come to dig in and get things in order. It’s time to……

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Helping Your Volunteer Committee Help You

Written by Lauren Pike As we learned from The Greater New England Chapter of the MS Society in April, the biggest advocates for your event can often be found on your board or volunteer committee. These people are dedicated to your cause and are genuinely excited to help your…

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What a Difference a Year Makes

Written by Molly Fast Last year I staffed my first event in a really long time. My rebirth into the world of staffing events happened on the Susan G. Komen Washington, D.C. Race for the Cure in 2014. I felt battered and bruised, exhausted and spent and wondering what…

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Lessons Learned in 2014

Although we’re well into February (when did that happen?!), I can’t stop thinking about what went down in 2014. I had a challenging, yet incredibly rewarding year, as I found myself staffing events in a capacity in which I hadn’t done in a really, really long time. The randomness that……

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How to Deal with Unruly Event Participants

One of the best parts of our job is creating amazing experiences for our participants. However, it’s not always possible to please everyone. Mix in the emotions that come with participating in a cause-related event and the activity people are completing, and you’ve got the perfect recipe to see participants……

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