Todd Goldian
Todd Goldian takes the role of F&B director at the National Conference Center.

Who’s News in Special Events for April 19, 2018

Special events news this week includes a new F&B director at the National Conference Center and a new office for Hello Destination Management.

Todd Goldian has been promoted to director of food and beverage at the National Conference Center in Leesburg, Va.

Big DMC Hello! Destination Management, included on the latest Special Events “25 Top DMCs,” has acquired Mana, Allison and Associates of San Francisco. Mana, Allison will continue its operations as “Hello! California,” providing comprehensive corporate, incentive and association program services in the San Francisco Bay Area, Napa and Sonoma, Monterey and Carmel, Silicon Valley, Half Moon Bay, Sacramento, and Lake Tahoe, Calif.

Standard Party Rentals yesterday announced the opening of a new location in San Jose, Calif. The other locations include its headquarters located in Richmond, Calif., servicing the San Francisco/Bay Area, and event facilities and showrooms in California's Central Valley and Sacramento. “Our growth will enable us to cater to event rentals and tenting needs all over Northern California,” said Matt Guelfi, president and owner of Standard Party Rentals. “We are thrilled that we will now be able to provide and offer our wide range of products, services, and expertise to clientele in the South Bay and Monterey Peninsula, in addition to the Central Valley, throughout San Francisco/Bay Area, and Wine Country.”

Yael Rosenwald has been named as senior sales executive at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. 

The Ritz-Carlton Cleveland has announced that it will now offer authentic kosher catering for on-site luxury events.

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