Visit ISES for more information or contact Heather Carroll, Director of Student Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org. Janauary 20, 2010/Resume Builder with Ellen Stephens February 24, 2010/Rentals 101 with Marquee Rents March 24, 2010/Calling All Event Planners with Tanya Posovatz April 21, 2010/Planning A Meal with Central Market May 19, 2010/Etiquette Required (TBA) Month of June, 2010/ISAC Elections for 2010/2011
Get 7 months of membership for the price of 6— Join in the Month of December for $199 Corporate Primary and $149 Non-Profit and Corporate Additional! Join and pay online at www.ises.com and the $50 application fee is waived. *note â€“ all ISES memberships are up for renewal on June 30, 2010. Offer expires December 31, 2009. Contact Rachel Church, VP Membership ISES Austin for more information â€“ email@example.com or 491-7368 ISESâ€¦Dedicated and educated to deliver creative excellence and professionalism in Special Events.
January 20th: Resume Workshop with Ellen Stephens February 17th: Rentals 101 with Marquee March 24th: Event Planners with Tanya Posavatz April 21st: Planning a meal with Central Market May 19th: Etiquette June: ISAC Elections for 2010 These workshops will be free to all student members of ISES. Registration will open to all members of ISES 1 week before the meeting for a $15 fee and then to non-members at $25. For more information, contact Heather Carroll at 6th Sense Events firstname.lastname@example.org 512.965.2202.
CulinART2010 planning is in full swing. Once again benefitting The Wright House of Austin, this annual effort is a local favorite. Committees are now forming. Please contact the appropriate person below if interested: Event Co-Chairs Bryan Azar / ILIOS Lighting / email@example.com Michelle Bromley / Allison’s Events / firstname.lastname@example.org Auction Chair Heather Carroll / 6th Sense Events / email@example.com Design & Decor Chair Diane Lyerly / Premier Party Central / firstname.lastname@example.org Entertainment Chair Lera Derrick / Austin Airport Hilton / email@example.com Food & Beverage Chair Vanessa Tobias / County Line / firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsorhip Chair Damon Holditch / Marquee Event Group read full story >
Photos by Bill Bastas. An evening of celebration, caring, and sharing with our friends and associates in the special event industry. 100% of the $20.00 admission fee will help to support a family in need through the Austin American Statesman’s “Season for Caring” program. Two drink tickets for well, beer or wine. Cash bar. When Wednesday, December 2, 2009Â 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Where Maggie Mae’s 323 East Sixth Street, Austin, TX 78701 Attire Festive Casual Join us–REGISTER!
On the banks of Lady Bird Lake, ZACH THEATRE, an Austin original, adds gorgeous new space at affordable rental rates. Choose from one of three fantastic spaces on sprawling grounds with plenty of free parking! To book your event or take a personal tour, call 512-476-0594, x235 or email email@example.com. As a planner, you cannot beat the new, flexible space…and don’t even get me started about free parking downtown! Go see it–you’ll be quite pleased! -Kelley Burrus, Olive & Oz Branded Events
Photo by Bill Bastas. Deltina Hay, Valerie Hausladen and Sue Cullen. Finding Your Oz: Building Your Business with Heart, Courage & Brains was a great success. With 40+ people in attendance, this well-rounded panel of professionals lead us down the path of success. Exploring how to ignite, let go, dream, focus and connect was the focus of Sue Cullen as she exemplified HEART. She outlined ways in which to slow down and begin to think about what types of projects thrill us, what kinds of people we want to work with and how we go about bringing them into our read full story >
NOW is the time to sign up for the ISES SE Regional Education Conference being held in Raleigh, North Carolina from November 13-15, 2009! Three reasons why: 1) Have you seen airfares? They are LOW! Southwest is doing that $25/$50/$75 sale for another 24 hours… 2) Conference registration is only $200, which includes top-notch education from national speakers – see the list at www.isesncrec.com 3) That $200 registration INCLUDES meals and social/networking events. And hasn’t Raleigh been on your list of places you’d like to see? Here’s your chance! Come meet colleagues from YOUR region, get educated, and have fun. read full story >
Photo by Deborah Faitt. 1. You specialize in vegan chocolate. What exactly does this mean? I use the finest ingredients mother nature has to offer. The term â€œveganâ€ refers to productsÂ made from dairy free and from non-animal ingredients. Almost all of my products are organic, raw, sugar-free and gluten-free (although for the hard-core sugar enthusiasts, some are still sinful!). In addition, whenever possible, I use ingredients from sustainable suppliers and support organic and natural living. I also offer traditional, organic European style (non-vegan) truffles when requested. 2. What made you choose chocolate to work with? My passion started with read full story >
-Submitted by Matthew Gonzalez BBJ Linen, Sales Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Follow him on Twitter @TEXASLINENQUEEN JUNGLE RED! Ever see the 1939 MGM movie titled The Women? Those gals were slinginâ€™ wisecracks when Betty White was still a â€œROSEyâ€-faced toddler and Bea Arthur wasnâ€™t quite so golden!Â This was also the first talking picture that featured a FULL COLOR fashion show.Â Enough with movies, fashion, and Whiteâ€™s berry-slapped cheeks.Â Weâ€™re talkinâ€™ about COLOR; and whatâ€™s HOT!! But, hold on to your pill box hat I sayâ€¦ Red, Movies, Fashion, White, Rose, Golden, Berry, Jungle, Leopard.Â Can ya see where Iâ€™m going with read full story >