Special Events

Best Achievement In Logistics

Empire Force Events New York "Hong Kong Tai Chi in the Park" was a public event for the Hong Kong Tourist Association, launching its newest marketing campaign. The event brought together New York's tai chi practitioners and Hong Kong's master instructors in the ancient Chinese exercise art. State-of-the-art staging, signage, display and media presentations created an environment joining the natural surroundings of Central Park with the energy of New York City.

Avalon Entertainment Los Angeles/ Extraordinary Events Sherman Oaks, California To entertain guests headed to a convention the following year in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau asked Extraordinary Events to travel to Glasgow, Scotland, to plan a sit-down dinner that would say "Los Angeles" to 3,000 guests. A piece of empty land on the banks of the Clyde River was turned into the party site, and Extraordinary Events contracted the caterer that serves Queen Elizabeth II to serve the evening's meal.

Meropa Communications Sandton, South Africa VIPs as well as locals from South Africa and Mozambique traveled to a field in Mozambique for this event. The day commemorated the official opening of the Maputo Corridor by President Nelson Mandela of South Africa and President Joachim Chissano of Mozambique. The field was in the middle of Ressano Garcia, a Frelimo stronghold during the Mozambican war. The party area had no running water or modern-day facilities.

Talking Laser Marina del Rey, California This international press party for the premiere of The X Files Movie began at The Beverly Hills Hotel. From there, guests were loaded aboard military-type vans and taken to an airport. There, they boarded 14 helicopters to be taken to a remote party site. The entire party was transported by helicopter to this site, which was set up and designed for the event.

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