Leading event rental company Classic Party Rentals and Chameleon Chair Collection have entered into a new partnership, the companies announced today.
Under the new arrangement, Classic will assume management and operations of Chameleon’s rental business throughout the United States, including Southern California and Las Vegas.
The industry-wide Keep America Meeting campaign was celebrated by the New York Metro Chapter of International Special Events Society (ISES) last week, when ISES judges awarded Keep America Meeting two Big Apple Awards for Best Use of Social Media and Best Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiative.
As top event designers know, inspiration can come from anywhere, whether it’s another event or beyond our industry — the window dressing at a Miami boutique, a Swedish photographer thought-provoking images, or a shelf created by a European design student.
SGA Production Staging has acquired ASI Production Services and All Staging Unlimited (ASU), according to a statement released by the company. The combined company will begin joint operations immediately as SGASi Production Services. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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As the scorching sun goes down over Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., Brad Kramer doesn’t take his eyes off the crowd. Over 65,000 people have gathered to listen to President Barack Obama address Arizona State University’s (ASU) graduating class, and as president and CEO of event management company PRO EM, it’s Kramer’s job to ensure a flawless experience for all.
What can you do to support the events industry at a time of unprecedented scrutiny and economic pressure? It’s a question many event and meeting pros are asking themselves, and now, Keep America Meeting, a campaign bringing together diverse parties in support of the industry, has a simple answer: Rally. And it’s not just any rally.
An 8-foot-tall structure, dubbed “The Wall,” will travel the country garnering signatures from meeting professionals to send a message to Washington about the importance of the industry.