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Special Events Business News for June 9, 2010

Special Events Business News for June 9, 2010

Chad Hudson Events, shares a smile with Sandy Sachs, owner of the Factory in West Hollywood, at the first anniversary party last month of Hudson's WeHo Supper Club, which has raised more than $30,000 for charitable causes. Photo by Lobeline Communications." class="old-inline-image">

British event agency WORLD EVENTS has named CHARLOTTE WILCOX account manager in its New Jersey office and ANNEMARIE DEN BROEDER senior account manager in its Amsterdam office. Call 609/773-0000 …

KARI LUSTI, CMP, formerly with the PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM, has been named sales manager in the Los Angeles office of DMC ACCESS DESTINATION SERVICES. Call 310/427-0414 …

DAVE FELIX, formerly with DMC Planning the Globe, has joined JMC CHARLESTON, a Charleston, S.C. DMC. Call 843/577-1100 …

BRANDON SIMS, CMP, has been named to oversee event operations at Denver-based EPICUREAN CATERING. Call 720/488-2161 …

The HYATT REGENCY MONTEREY, in Monterey, Calif., has named both ASHLEY HOGUE and NICK DEL POZZO sales managers with responsibility for weddings and local business. Call 831/372-1234 …

The former USA Hosts Florida, based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has changed its name to FLORIDA MEETING SERVICES. The DMC remains a member of the USA Hosts Alliance, management says. Call 954/772-1020 …

Long Beach, Calif.-based CHOURA VENUE SERVICES has changed its name to CHOURA EVENTS to better reflect the company's integrated capabilities, which include catering, event rentals, event planning and design, and venues, according to a statement. Call 562/685-8198 …

Celebrating its tenth year in business, rental consultants HAGEMAN, STANSBERRY & ASSOCIATES, with offices in California and Texas, has unveiled a redesigned Web site to better showcase its services. Call 530/672-1885 …

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