Intern assignments, real world experience 

How to plan the band

Entertainment can make or break an event. We checked in with local expert Chyna Brackeen, who understands entertainment from every angle.

Balancing the bottom line

It’s no secret that the purpose of nonprofit events is to raise money for worthy causes. It therefore stands to reason that the bottom line of nonprofit events is, well, the bottom line.

What’s your name?

What’s in a name? Juliet asked Romeo. That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Well, that didn’t work for Juliet, and it certainly doesn’t work for event planners.

Pick me, pick me! (again)

Whether the draw is entertainment, food, inspiration or the magic of Christmas, it’s important to find a way to stand out in the fall and holiday season when social calendars are full.

Pick me, pick me!

Social calendars fill up quickly during the busy fall and holiday seasons. How do you make your event stand out from the crowd?

Invitation opens event experience

Creating eye-catching, attention-grabbing printed invitations – from colors that pack a punch to fonts that expertly match the tone of the occasion – is a critical step in the event planning process.

The people behind EventCheck Knox

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.

What’s in your box?

Scissors. Tape. Zip ties. Flash drive. What do all of these things have in common? They each belong in an event planner’s toolbox.

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