Event Planning

Jeffrey Jackson, owner of The Party Redux Showcase, discusses aspects of successful event planning.

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2014 Holiday Planning?  Save

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2014 Holiday Planning? 

Save the dates now!

 

Now is the time to plan those mid-decade holiday parties and other social gatherings.

So get out your calendars and pick the dates for the small or large events

or simpler meet ups you’ll host. Whether for those business clients you

want to entertain or family members send a semi-formal invitation or quick

e-mail save-the-date alert today. In today’s hyper-paced environment, people

 are more challenged than ever to deliver on customer engagements or

family plans. It has never been clearer that in order for your event to succeed,

you must be prepared to give them advanced notice so as to participate.

 

Party Planning? Renting Is Common Sense Idea!

 

When it comes time to party, remember The Party ReduX Showcase

brand brings together know-how, and know-who. Our Best Party Stars can be

your party planners. They’ll put together the team of caterers, and other event

professionals with our sales and rentals of party décor and accessories. Together,

in one space, we’ll help you to deliver upon both your own personal engagements,

 as well as that of your company. Most importantly, The Party ReduX Showcase

brand provides the platform of event services to really build lasting relationships

that will help you retain or develop increased business in your markets, and provide

 the event resources you need to drive deep engagement with your customers and family.

 

Call us at 484-948-3280 or visit us at 205 East High Street, Pottstown, PA. From a

few extra tables and chairs, to the complete event, We Put The SPECIAL in Special Events!

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Seriously???!

You’ve either heard it from others or said it yourself. This has become a more common response when things just don’t add up in our minds or align with our expectations. Perhaps you’ve even said it to yourself…thoughtfully.  

Let’s say that you’ve thought seriously about a major upcoming life event, for example, a key birthday, marriage or a milestone anniversary. In either example, it’s one for which you’ve considered several ideas or possible paths.

The Special Event for Business

“This will be the event of the year…. the party to surpass all before it… an experience like none other.” For the uninitiated business event planner, the reality is that you’ll probably get a headache trying to focus on what you really want, compared to what you can afford or are willing to spend.

Top 10 Ways to Save on Event Costs in 2014— #3 Cater the Menu

We previously discussed venue selection (#2 Choose Your Office, Small or Outdoor Venue), which has implications on how you cater the menu. Let's take for example an outdoor venue.

Being outdoors, makes sit down tables optional and allows for a simpler and less expensive menu such as barbecue, boiled crabs, pig roast or deep fried foods.

Ten Ways to Save in 2014

#2. Choose Your Office, or Small or Outdoor Venues

When it comes to saving money on an event venue, the old Wizard of Oz saying is true, there is no place like home.  Your office or home turf is a wonderful place to sell and/or entertain clients, and with some help, it can be transformed in ways you may not initially imagine.

Ten Ways to Save on Event and Meeting Cost in 2014

The Big Picture— During 2014, turn your annual get together into a party, or even the event of your social season.

We all know how expensive great parties and events can be. So over the next ten months of 2014, I'll collect and share thoughts on how you can manage those costs. If you have experience with other ideas, please pass them back for the benefit of other readers.

The Big Idea — #1 Be Creative

2014 Holiday Planning? Save the Date Now!

Now is the time to plan those holiday parties and other social gatherings. So get out your calendars and pick the dates for the small or large events or simpler meet ups you’ll host. Whether for those business clients you want to entertain or family members send a semi-formal invitation or quick e-mail save-the-date alert today. In today’s hyper-paced environment, people are more challenged than ever to deliver on customer engagements or family plans.

A Chef’s Special

At The Party ReduX Showcase, We Put the SPECIAL in Special Events! Read on as our associate Paulette Strand discusses this very issue, as a Chef.

Seriously???!

You’ve either heard it from others or said it yourself. This has become a more common response when things just don’t add up in our minds or align with our expectations. Perhaps you’ve even said it to yourself…thoughtfully.  

Let’s say that you’ve thought seriously about a major upcoming life event, for example, a key birthday, marriage or a milestone anniversary. In either example, it’s one for which you’ve considered several ideas or possible paths.

The Special Event for Business

“This will be the event of the year…. the party to surpass all before it… an experience like none other.” For the uninitiated business event planner, the reality is that you’ll probably get a headache trying to focus on what you really want, compared to what you can afford or are willing to spend.

Top 10 Ways to Save on Event Costs in 2014— #3 Cater the Menu

We previously discussed venue selection (#2 Choose Your Office, Small or Outdoor Venue), which has implications on how you cater the menu. Let's take for example an outdoor venue.

Being outdoors, makes sit down tables optional and allows for a simpler and less expensive menu such as barbecue, boiled crabs, pig roast or deep fried foods.

Ten Ways to Save in 2014

#2. Choose Your Office, or Small or Outdoor Venues

When it comes to saving money on an event venue, the old Wizard of Oz saying is true, there is no place like home.  Your office or home turf is a wonderful place to sell and/or entertain clients, and with some help, it can be transformed in ways you may not initially imagine.

Ten Ways to Save on Event and Meeting Cost in 2014

The Big Picture— During 2014, turn your annual get together into a party, or even the event of your social season.

We all know how expensive great parties and events can be. So over the next ten months of 2014, I'll collect and share thoughts on how you can manage those costs. If you have experience with other ideas, please pass them back for the benefit of other readers.

The Big Idea — #1 Be Creative

2014 Holiday Planning? Save the Date Now!

Now is the time to plan those holiday parties and other social gatherings. So get out your calendars and pick the dates for the small or large events or simpler meet ups you’ll host. Whether for those business clients you want to entertain or family members send a semi-formal invitation or quick e-mail save-the-date alert today. In today’s hyper-paced environment, people are more challenged than ever to deliver on customer engagements or family plans.

A Chef’s Special

At The Party ReduX Showcase, We Put the SPECIAL in Special Events! Read on as our associate Paulette Strand discusses this very issue, as a Chef.

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