Archive for April, 2009

a challenge . for all event bloggers

a challenge . for all event bloggers

What does leadership mean to you…especially in these trying times? I challenge you to blog about this very topic next Monday, April 27th. If you’re interested in participating, please leave me a message so I can link to your blog. Thank you & happy blogging! Participating blogs:plan like a PROBeeventsArt of Creative Celebrations Lara McCulloch-CarterAuthor […]

bridesmaids . groomsmen . gifts

bridesmaids . groomsmen . gifts

I stumbled across Jeeta’s handmade goodies on Etsy. I thought her handmade keychains ($9-11), bookmarks ($9) and books ($42) – which can be personalized with names or initials – would make a great bridesmaid or groomsman gift. Jeeta also makes other custom items. Lara McCulloch-CarterAuthor of the Special Event blog ready2sparkDirector of Marketing – Regal […]

love it or hate it . le whif

love it or hate it . le whif

I’m an admitted chocoholic. A chocolate bar is a daily staple in my diet – a dreamy, creamy, decadent staple. The problem is my Mother told me more than once that “a moment on the lips is a lifetime on the hips”. And I’m waiting for that day when my chocolate-eating ways will catch up […]

starting a battle

starting a battle

What happens when you start a war without thinking of your opponent’s next step? Some brands have garnered great success from starting a battle. The beauty is that doing so forces consumers to pick a side. You’re either a Pepsi drinker or you like Coke. You’re in the MAC camp or you use a PC. […]

meetingspodcast.com

meetingspodcast.com

A big thank you to Mike McAllen of Grass Shack Events and MeetingsPodcast for his entertaining interview last week. Arguably one of the more fun interviews I’ve done, Mike asked all there is to know about Eventprofs – what it is, how it got started and how to get involved. Visit: MeetingsPodcast to hear the […]