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Special Events' Address Book For May -June 2009

Special Events' Address Book For May -June 2009

By Christine Landry

  • Former Chicago-based caterer Greg Christian has opened GREG CHRISTIAN CONSULTING to help restaurateurs, hoteliers and caterers achieve long-term sustainability goals. For further information, visit www.gregchristianconsulting.com.

  • Atlanta-based PREMIER EVENTS MANAGEMENT and PURE ENTERTAINMENT have merged to offer a full scope of consulting services for festivals, corporate events and entertainment venues. For more information, visit www.premiereventslive.com.

  • KEHOE DESIGNS, a Chicago-based special events firm, has acquired Chicago plant contracting firm FLORAL EXHIBITS. For more information, visit www.floralexhibits.com.

  • Wichita, Kan.-based INCREDIBLE EDIBLES CATERING, a full-service catering and event company, has expanded into the Kansas City market. For more information, visit www.incredibleediblescatering.com.

  • Jaime Geffen, former head of special events at Sony Pictures Television, and Brian Worley, formerly of Fox Television, have started YOURBASH in Santa Monica, Calif. For more information, visit www.your-bash.com.

  • ALLIED INTERNATIONAL, with offices in Arabia and throughout Europe, and PRA DESTINATION MANAGEMENT of Carlsbad, Calif., have expanded into Canada and New England. For more information, visit www.pra.com.

  • Indianapolis-based event designer L. Gene Huddleson of DETAIL + DESIGN is reentering the wedding business following a hiatus. For more information, visit www.detail+design.com.

  • COMMERCIAL SEATING PRODUCTS has moved to 89 Leuning St., Unit E-1, South Hackensack, NJ 07606. Phone and fax numbers remain the same. For more, visit www.cspevents.com.

  • ATTITUDE OF CLASS EVENTS, specializing in weddings, has opened its doors in Grand Prairie, Texas. For more information, visit www.attitudeofclassevents.com.

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