Sometimes, disaster strikes. It can come in many forms: floods, earthquakes, tornadoes … even zombies. So the question is: Are you prepared for the zombie apocalypse? Will you know what to do if the dead start attacking the living? Fortunately, as part of September’s National Preparedness Month, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has a helpful guide: Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse. In it, you can read helpful tips: First, be
Marines at a concert at Camp Pendleton. by David J. Chavez We live in the age of social media. Whether you’re connecting with your customers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, or all of them — that connection is happening instantaneously. Your brand is in the public consciousness right this second, pinging on mobile phones, appearing in Facebook feeds, and flashing in 140-character Twitter blasts. In this environment of virtual meetings and online audio/video communication technologies, are you even
You’ve made the momentous decision to hire a celebrity for your next event. Congratulations! The experience will be all the better for it! When you work with a celebrity, you’re working with a professional, independent contractor. But this person still needs special attention — specifically, the attention of someone who can devote the time and energy necessary to manage all the details of their appearance. Your contract is a short-term engagement, and the celebrity may be involved in numerous events, so
Grammy Award Nominee Keri Hilson performs at a private engagement You have an exciting event on the horizon, and one of your goals is to make sure that it’s cohesive. All elements need to work together to deliver the strong message you need to communicate — whether that message is brand recognition, introduction of a new product, or a reward or thank you to important customers. A clear, powerfully presented theme can be the key to a successful event, and
Coach Bowden signs a football to be presented to the event sponsors of the Boy Scouts of America fundraising banquet in West Virginia. What if you’ve dreamed about featuring a celebrity speaker or appearance at an upcoming event, but you’re working with the limited funds of a non-profit organization? At Pro Sports MVP, we understand that charitable and cause-driven organizations are pivotal to communities across the nation, and rely considerably on local donations and fundraising to finance their operations.