Moxley Carmichael interns share lessons learned at large-scale event.
Intern assignments, real world experience
2,000 entries and counting – and keep them coming.
EventCheck Knox is three events away from 2,000. Send yours in now!
Springtime is event time. Send those events!
Accurate alcohol order key to successful event
Search, and you will find.
Elected officials want to attend your events. Make it easier for them.
What are the keys to a sell-out event? The Blue Streak knows.
Relaunch and redesign done with planners in mind.
Get to know Lila Honaker, who plans events for the Historic Tennessee Theatre Foundation.
Fall football tailgates or receptions year-round, “The Patio” presents the perfect venue with quite the view.
“Who are preservationists?” Knox Heritage got the answer and moved ahead.
EventCheck Knox has a new series called “Get to Know a Planner.” We start with Kate Jackson of the Knoxville Convention Center.
No electricity? Lightning? These planners handled day-of event incidents without a hitch.
EventCheck Knox has reached a milestone with its 1,000th event. We share three lessons learned along the way.
We put 12 of our favorite blog entries under the Christmas tree for planners.
From early birds to feedback, we have a lot to be thankful for at EventCheck Knox.
When should an event planner hold a silent auction? Live auction? And what should be offered?
Sorting? Running? What do these have to do with auctions? EventCheck Knox gets Morton Massey to explain.
Jerry Kruse, owner of The Pour Guys, was one of the first subjects of our blog. We checked in a year later to see what’s on his mind.
After a year of loading events onto the calendar, Maria Cornelius has a Top Five checklist for content.
EventCheck Knox celebrates its one-year anniversary this week with three numbers – 723, 216 and 185.
Lauren Miller, the director of client services for Moxley Carmichael, is an expert when it comes to event planning and promotion.
The Top 10 reasons why planners should use EventCheck Knox.
There are seven days in a week. It’s time for event planners to use all of them.
Mary Bogert, general manager of the Knoxville Convention Center, and her staff are detailed planners who stay prepared to handle any situation.
As 2014 came to a close and 2015 got underway, we asked event planners to share their stories of challenges faced and obstacles overcome, and they delivered.
The start of a new year means a whole slate of upcoming events, and EventCheck Knox wants all of them to be successful.
New Year’s parties are a week away. Here’s a reminder on how much alcohol is needed, plus some festive drink recipes.
This blog is written for and about event planners, and now we want to hear from you.
When you attend an event, what do you notice first?
Sponsors are the lifeblood of event planners. But how do you determine who to approach for help?
EventCheck Knox officially launched with – what else – a party!
Event planners used to fill a bar with the four standards – bourbon, gin, scotch and vodka. That has changed over the past two decades.
An email arrived last week to the EventCheck Knox account from Friends of the Smokies that sought to add some detail to the calendar entry for the Evergreen Ball, scheduled for next January.
The biggest mistake made when ordering beverages for an event can be an obvious but all too common one.