Tips for Picking the Right Event Venue

Picking the right venue for your event can be trickier than just basing the decision on location or price. Gather all the details you need to make the best decision using this handy questionnaire.

EVENT Venue Questionnaire

Does 60-seconds on TV still count as fame?

Sometimes TV time is a disappointment for clients, the “my story is worth more time” syndrome. But, 60 seconds on a major regional network news show is still a big deal and not easy to come by. The Vision Forum’s recent No-Hate event was covered by WFAA, http://www.wfaa.com/community/Hundreds-say-no-to-hate-in-Dallas-131964418.html. The original spot was [...]

Vision Forum's

The Vision Forum, http://www.thevisionforum.org
presented It’s Time Dallas: A Two-Day No- Hate Occasion featuring Margaret Marshall, former Chief Justice of Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court and author of the ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, and the NOH8 Campaign.

On Saturday, October 15 at 7 p.m., Margaret Marshall, former Chief Justice of [...]

Golfing in the Coolest Part of Town

Golf on one of the oldest courses in Dallas, also rated in 2008 as one of the top 100 courses in Texas. All this, and the course is in the coolest part of town, Oak Cliff. Reserve Monday, September 27 for the Annual Ock Liff Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. [...]

Don't Forget the Trash Cans!

Community Resource Group and Pasadena Trails celebrated the first conversion of a mobile home park to resident-ownership in Texas with a Block Party with all the trimmings – tents, carnival games, bounce houses and slides, photographer/videographer, media coverage, strolling entertainment and a DJ, and fabulous barbecue from Houston’s famous Lenox Barbecue & Catering.

Lessons I [...]

Speech Writing

Sometimes the best way to gain interest is to be a little different. For an American Red Cross – Dallas Area Chapter fundraising luncheon, I decided to tell the story of the Red Cross in Dallas through Clara Barton’s voice. She visited Dallas in 1887 during a drought, a fact most Dallasites [...]