Special Events

Confetti: Party Favors

Consider making your next corporate event swing. The GolfTec Mobile Learning System combines technology, entertainment and education to offer golf buffs the chance to test their skills. Participants take a swing, which is digitally recorded and analyzed against a model swing by a PGA professional with similar physical characteristics. A beep sounds when the participant achieves his or her ideal swing. This virtual driving range can also drive traffic to a corporate client's Web site: Each participant's analysis can be posted on the client's Web site, with tips and drills for further improvement. For more information, contact Englewood, Colo.-based GolfTec at 877/4GOLFTEC (446-5383) or 303/779-9900 or visit www.golftec.com.

Think Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The wrapper made all the difference. With a corporate logo or special event announcement printed on these customized candy overwraps, you are sure to make a flavorable impression on your target audience. Based in Hershey, Penn., ChocolateCovers also offers two-sided printing, so businesses can include a contact form, coupon or gift certificate on the inside of the wrapper. For more information, contact ChocolateCovers at 888/440-WRAP (9727) or 717/534-1992 or visit www.chocolatecovers.com.

Wondering how to theme your next buffet? Consider popping “Buffet Blueprint: A Visual Buffet Experience” in your CD-ROM drive for inspiration. Produced by longtime caterer Ginger Kramer of Coast Special Event Architects of San Jose, Calif., this CD-ROM offers design ideas and tips outlining specific requirements to create a desired effect. Themed buffets presented on the CD-ROM include Breakfast in the Outback, Afternoon Tea in Japan and Dinner at the Russian Palace. Tip sections cover a buffet tool kit, box lunch presentations, cuisine display and trends. For more information, contact Coast Special Event Architects at 408/244-9700 or visit www.cateringblueprint.com.

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