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Just Announced! David Tutera to Close Catersource + The Special Event 2021

Celebrity event planner David Tutera will deliver the closing session "How to Be BOLD in 2021" on Thursday afternoon.

We are aiming to make this year’s Catersource + The Special Event one for the record books, from the very first cocktail to the very last ounce of inspiration, which is why we are excited to announce that celebrity event planner David Tutera has been tapped to close out this year’s show with his presentation “How to Be BOLD in 2021.”Tutera_David.jpg

Tutera is considered one of the industry’s greatest artistic visionaries, best known for the extravagant, lavish weddings he plans for the celebrity set.

In addition to his numerous books, A Passion for PartiesAmerica EntertainsThe Party PlannerBig Birthdays, Disney’s Fairytale WeddingsThe Big White Book of Weddings, and My Fair Wedding, Tutera has also been a television staple for the past 16 years with The Party Planner, Get MarriedMy Fair WeddingDavid Tutera UnveiledCELEBrations, and My Great Big Live Wedding

During his closing session at 3:00pm on Thursday, July 22 Tutera will inspire you to build your businesses and elevate your careers with passion and personality.  Tutera will also be making a stop by the bookstore in addition to having a Candid Conversation with audiences.  

Don’t miss your chance to hear from Tutera and register to attend Catersource & The Special Event today

Let’s celebrate this incredible industry and our experience of being together again by being BOLD, by being BRILLIANT, and by RESCUING yourself after the year we have had! Learn how to RISE up, and how to STAND UP and get the job you DESERVE! It’s time to celebrate! 

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