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Is your event ready for the spring rush?

Caprese salad on sticks at the annual gala in the spring at UT Gardens. (Blue Streak photo)

The clocks spring ahead March 11, so it’s the perfect time to remind event planners that time is of the essence.

The months of March, April and May already are full of events in 2018, and if your special gala or fundraiser is missing from the calendar – or needs to be updated on EventCheck Knox – now is the time to do so.

Click HERE to submit an event or email mcornelius@moxleycarmichael.com with updated information.

The EventCheck Knox website also works best when planners can look months in advance to see any potential overlap of fundraisers that are targeting the same audiences. If you have a confirmed date for events this summer and fall, please send those in, too. We can update all events when specific information, such as venue, time and ticket prices, becomes available.

Hats in Bloom,” an annual luncheon held at the Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum, is a welcome sign of spring. (Blue Streak photo)

As a reminder, EventCheck Knox is a calendar tailored to event planners and focuses on galas, luncheons, dinners, award banquets, ticketed or invitation-only primary fundraisers and similar events. The About section explains the parameters in more detail. The intent is to provide planners with a primary tool to avoid conflicts with other important fundraisers.

Winter is about to depart, and the days are getting longer. While diehard supporters of nonprofits make it to events year-round even in dark and dreary weather, seasonal attendees are about to emerge. Make sure you’re ready for them!

Maria Cornelius, a writer/editor for Moxley Carmichael, populates the EventCheck Knox calendar. Maria is enjoying the stretch run of college basketball season and dreaming about cold beer and baseball games.

 

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