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Integrated Marketing: It Works For Events, Too

We’ve been at this a good while and know from experience that every well-managed corporate event pays dividends. Serving up impeccable lodging, tickets to a great game or tournament, four-star dining and stress-free transportation will, at the very least, mean …

Building Brand Building

Our Greensboro office—“the Mill”—isn’t just a building, but a creative inspiration. A lot has been shared lately about Burrisland culture, specifically working remotely. As much as we enjoy our remote flexibility, even a small group still needs a place to …

The Secret Exposed

The email subject line read “Secret exposed! Work from home. $$$$$” The message was marked as spam because, well, why WOULDN’T it have been? Even the shoddiest of filters would know this email had all the hallmarks of a shady …

You Look Good In All Those Hats.

Back when everyone wore hats, the hat you wore typically reflected the job you did. A versatile worker was one who “wore many hats.” Yesterday’s cliché has become today’s multi-disciplined professional. According to Fast Company, you better develop some facility …

No.33 Home amenities prepped and placed.
No.43 Aircraft seating preferences confirmed.
No.53 Event’s “items prohibited” list obtained.
No.01 All vehicles fueled and serviced.
No.26 TV guides/local channels logged.
No.36 Photographers hired.
No.54 Event dress code noted, communicated.
No.04 Dinner reservations confirmed.
No.25 Homes inspected for cleanliness.
No.37 Translators vetted, hired.
No.24 Local food/restaurants identified.
No.41 Stadium maps delivered.
No.21 Property map for guests created.
No.09 Weather forecast checked, proper gear secured.
No.11 Wi-Fi availability/log-in directions confirmed.
No.10 Event walk-through performed.
No.35 Luggage transfer protocols confirmed.
No.18 Hunting/fishing guides vetted, hired.
No.19 Security team vetted, in place.
No.50 Extra device chargers acquired.
No.52 Handicap access located, verified.
No.46 Extra sunblock ordered.
No.27 Community/hotel entrance codes tested.
No.49 Reception halls booked.
No.38 Child services/nannies vetted, hired.
No.45 Emergency air services researched.
No.48 Meeting spaces identified, inspected.
No.06 Flight info/arrival/departure monitored.
No.08 Guests’ food allergies documented.
No.47 Staff uniforms delivered.
No.42 All deposits made.
No.13 Talent booked, arrival time confirmed.
No.44 Tailgate party locations confirmed.
No.23 Golf pairings made.
No.22 Golf clubs/guns rented.
No.16 Traffic patterns studied, logged.
No.28 Preferred beverages ordered.
No.02 Lodging standards verified.
No.30 Tours and guides vetted, confirmed.
No.39 Hunting/fishing forecasts checked/licenses purchased.
No.31 Linens inspected.
No.03 Chefs vetted and secured.
No.20 Parking and passes secured.
No.12 Drivers interviewed, vetted.
No.07 Local hospitals/urgent care identified.
No.34 Luggage tags confirmed.
No.29 Boats chartered.
No.40 Pick-up/drop-off locations scouted, confirmed.
No.17 Guests’ likes/dislikes recorded.
No.32 Bathroom amenities prepped and placed.
No.15 Taxes, gratuities, service fees tallied and paid.
No.51 Umbrellas/rain gear checked.
No.14 Agenda/itineraries double-checked, mailed.
No.05 All event tickets purchased.