Special Events
Special Events Product Gallery for Dec. 30, 2009

Special Events Product Gallery for Dec. 30, 2009

Color-printed Chocolates Offered by Freedom Bakery
Freedom Bakery & Confections, in Booth 613 at The Special Event, Jan. 13-15 in New Orleans, now offers full-color imprint designs on chocolates. The company does not charge an art set-up fee on for its Photo Chocolates. The candies are available in a variety of sizes and gift-packaging options for event and promotional gift needs, the company says.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 101 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.

ISES Esprit Awards Program Starts Online Award Entry Program
New for 2010, the International Special Events Society will now hold its Esprit Awards program online. No longer will entrants have to deal with bulky binders, printing and gluing photos, and incurring high shipping costs. The streamlined process is designed to be earth-friendly while continuing to honor outstanding event work. The Esprits will be handed out at ISES Eventworld, Aug. 5-7 in Baltimore. Visit ISES in Booth 417 at The Special Event to learn more.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 102 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.

Shows in a Box Debuts High-impact Production
Shows in a Box, in Booth 1133 at The Special Event, offers the new show "Industrial Movement." The show combines the driving pulse and rhythmic percussion of productions such as "Stomp" and "Tap Dogs" with a group of world-class drummers, dancers and tappers, the company says. "Industrial Movement" is ideal for providing a high-energy opening for events and meetings or for closing proceedings with a bang, the company says.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 103 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.

Note: Act fast--information on these products is available online only through Jan. 5.

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