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Lindsey Schneider of CSI DMC

Who's News in Special Events This Week Feb. 4, 2016

Special events business news this week includes a new senior account manager at CSI-DC and new event directors at Town and Country Event Rentals

Lindsey SchneiderCSI Washington DC—part of the latest Special Events "25 Top DMCs"--has named Lindsey Schneider (at left) senior account manager.

The Minnesota Historical Society has named D'Amico Catering as exclusive caterer of the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul and Mill City Museum in Minneapolis.

Town and County Event Rentals, included on the latest Special Events "30 Top Rental Companies," has announced the addition of Cristina Campos and Tom Henneman as event directors.

Rosemary’s Catering, part of the RK Group, has been named venue manager and in-house caterer at The Grande Hall at the Hofmann Ranch in San Antonio.

San Diego-based AlliedPRA, included on the latest Special Events "25 Top DMCs," announces a new strategic global partnership with Venuesworld.com, a venue-finding and destination management services company in more than 25 countries across Europe, Middle East and Asia.

Reno, Nev.-based linen rental and sales company Creative Coverings has announced that Lauren Jaffie has joined the staff as a linen specialist.

Event pro Mary-Baird Wilcock, CSEP, founder of The Simplifiers and included on the latest Special Events "25 Young Event Pros to Watch," has launched a new technology platform designed to create more successful internship programs. The Apprentice Program will provide a global platform of experienced mentors to collaborate and construct programs to ensure interns do well and become an asset to the business, Baird-Wilcock says. The final phase of software development of the online platform will be sparked by a Kickstarter campaign launched in January with the goal of raising $10,000.

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