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The Most Important Thing On Your Business’s To-Do List

It’s almost Thanksgiving, and for most of us in business, it’s a frantic time of year. But it’s also a time to step back and recognize everything we’re thankful for. It might seem old-fashioned, or even corny, but it’s possibly most important thing you can do in your business: say thank you! As soon as you stop to think about it you know it’s true: as business people, we have so much to be thankful for! You might consider taking this month

6 Best Practices for Getting the Media to Cover Your Event

World Series MVP David Eckstein speaks to a local television station prior to his public appearance. If you’re looking to generate a lot of quick visibility and buzz, an event that caters to local or regional attendees is a fantastic idea. Pro Sports MVP specializes in booking strong local sports and media personalities. The inclusion of such a celebrity at your event — to perform, speak, and sign memorabilia — can give it instant appeal. But although a celebrity appearance

How to Generate Influence for Your Brand

Marketers’ jobs today are multi-faceted. They’re constantly looking for new ways to connect with people through a variety of media venues, and they’re always seeking methods to strengthen their brands’ image and messaging — especially in ways they can extend and repeat through online and social media channels. One of the hottest trends in marketing is the brand influencer, a champion of your brand who can trigger increases in traffic and conversions. Different types of influencers work at different stages of communicating

Celebrating a Successful Series of Events

A unique “talk show” for VIP guests included anecdotes and stories by football legends Bob Griese, Larry Csonka, and Gino Torretta, hosted by 2-time World Series Champ, Doug Flynn. How complicated can an event get before it’s really out of hand? Could you handle juggling an event that takes place over multiple days? Multiple presentations? Multiple celebrity appearances? How about all of the above? When your event crosses into the “too much to handle” zone, it’s time to reach out

What Differentiates a Pro Sports MVP Contract?

You’ve got the wheels in motion for a celebrity event: You’ve nailed down the perfect personality, you have your venue in mind, and you’ve communicated all event details to your team. Now it’s time to draw up the celebrity contract. But what do you need to include in this contract before diving into the main event? Most event planners know that the celebrity contract is going to lay out the specifics of the appearance, including the date and time,