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Say "I Do" to the Wedding Lunch 2011 by Oct. 25

Say "I Do" to the Wedding Lunch 2011 by Oct. 25

Don't miss the wedding event of the year: The popular Wedding Lunch at The Special Event 2011 takes place Jan. 26 in Phoenix. And you can still reserve a table of 10, but only if you act by Oct. 25. After that date, only general ticket seating will be offered, if available.

This year's Wedding Lunch will feature wedding planner extraordinaire Sasha Souza as keynote speaker, offering all her "favorite things" for weddings. Wedding Lunch ticket-holders are also entitled to free admission to the Designer Wedding Gallery, a one-of-a-kind showcase of unforgettable wedding design.

To order your table, please click here.


Along with the Wedding Lunch, The Special Event 2011 will debut the new showcasing event "Off-the-hook Teen Events" on Jan. 25. This working lunch will spotlight six exciting vignettes for teen events packed with creative ideas you can put to use right away.

Back by popular demand, The Special Event 2011 will once again kick off Jan. 25 with the lively "TSE Starts Here" party at Corona Ranch. The Opening General Session, on Jan. 26, will examine the powerful industry trends that will affect you in the new year. The Welcome Event, co-sponsored by NACE, will take over the Arizona Grand Resort for an evening of fun and food on Jan. 26. The Masters' Program and Brunch, on Jan. 28, will provide a program targeted to event professionals with more than 15 years' experience; this year, mountaineer and Caribiner founder Leslie Buckland will be the keynote speaker.

The grand finale of The Special Event will be the Gala Awards Ceremony and Celebration, Jan. 28, honoring outstanding event work from throughout the world.


For more on The Special Event educational program and exhibits, click here.

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