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Study: Exhibition industry outperforms
US economy

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The Center for Exhibition Industry Research has released semiannual data that shows the overall exhibition industry gained 2.4 percent during the first half of 2011, outperforming the overall U.S. economy as compared to GDP only increasing 1.9 percent during the same period. Given the current fluctuant state of the global economy, this is positive news for the exhibition industry. It is anticipated that growth will continue through 2011. More


Treat guests to recipes inspired by street food
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Whether served from a cart or food truck, there's no denying that street food is one of the hottest culinary trends going these days. Spice up the next event with Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce; Green Mango Salad with Spicy, Salty Fish; and Basbousa Semolina Cake. More

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Wedding style: All things rainbow
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Rainbows symbolize good fortune, happiness, and hope. So it's no surprise that the ROY G BIV palette has become an increasingly popular way to add a bright, festive touch to weddings. But pulling off a stylish (not cheesy) event that reflects the color spectrum can be tricky; the key is keeping it casual, crafty and playful. More

5 things to do when an event's speaker cancels
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Meeting professionals spend months organizing the perfect event, with an eagle's eye for every detail — perfect venue, killer agenda, amazing menus and spectacular parties. Then, at the last minute, their keynote speaker backs out. While rare, it happens; fortunately, there are five things one can do when a speaker cancels. More

Crystal celebration: Atlanta special events company makes a wedding shine
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A Legendary Event transformed the St. Regis Atlanta’s ballroom into a glittering wedding for 100 lucky guests. Upon entering the ballroom, guests were greeted by two giant trees flanking the aisle and rows of clear acrylic Louis XIV chairs. See Nancy Jo McDaniel’s photos from the wedding in this gallery. More


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European designed plastic serving pieces are stylish and elegant. They can be used for off-premise catering, receptions, pool-side parties, airplane or boat service, picnic baskets and more. Attractive but not expensive. Disposable or re-usable.
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Connie Duglin
Shiny, smooth and elegant our satins add that "wow factor" to any occasion. With colors reaching across the rainbow you are sure to match any decor. Satins are available in table clothes, overlays, runners, chair covers, sashes (chair ties), and napkins giving that splash of color to any event.


Gluten-free French bread? Oui!
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Gluten free French bread sounds like an elusive myth of the Celiac world. Thick crunchy crust and soft, pillow center, like Dutch Crunch outside of San Francisco, gluten-free French bread seems to be impossible to find — but no more! Here are five myth-busting French bread recipes, all gluten free and ready for baking! More

Sales tracking by order size
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Speak with your accountant or a selected member of your team, and begin to keep track on what you are selling by product line and order size. You will be amazed by what you learn. It will bring you much closer to both your food and labor costs and increased profitability because it may show you what you need to consider removing from your product lines or what you need to do about your minimum purchase policy. More

Hurricane Irene dampens rental revenue; resourceful operators make do
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Hurricane Irene left party rental companies to grapple with power outages and event installations endangered by the storm. When Edison, N.J.-based Miller's Rentals had trouble with communications, clients used the company's Facebook page to share messages. Thanks in part to extensive news coverage of Irene before it made landfall, rental operators had time to warn clients, who postponed their events. More

Detail-rich culinary experiences set hook for guests at Pelican Hill
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Great amenities alone do not guarantee return visits. Giuseppe Lama, managing director of the Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Coast, Calif., knows there's more to the hook. Lama, who designed Pelican Hill's food and beverage concepts, believes people should savor fine food with all the senses in order for the experience to take hold. More

Pennsylvania caterer receives contract to operate at Virginia rest areas
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Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's administration has awarded a contract to a Pennsylvania-based catering company to sell food, drinks and merchandise at Virginia highway rest areas. CRH Catering of Connellsville, Pa., will pay the Virginia Department of Transportation about $2 million a year for vending and advertising rights at the state's 42 rest areas and welcome centers. More


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Certified Professional Catering Executive: Distinction, easily attained
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NACE is proud to offer the Certified Professional Catering Executive designation, the catering and event industry’s most prestigious professional certification. Prepare for the CPCE exam with NACE’s new Fast Track study materials. When used in combination with the CPCE Study Guide, the Fast Track is a proven method to help you pass the CPCE exam. For more information, click here.





September webinar: 'Upselling Unique Events with Wine and Spirits' — This webinar is sponsored by TGIC Importers
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Join us at 2 p.m. EDT on Sept. 21 for "Upselling Unique Events with Wine and Spirits." Beverage expert Alyson Anderson, national account manager for Hotels for Republic National Distributing Company, will guide you through themes, techniques and ideas for upselling your beverage catering programs to give your clients a unique experience that their guests will be talking about for years to come. For more information, click here.







 
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