As event planning consultants we have covered events of all sizes; we have coordinated one-time events and weekend long celebrations and promotions; our events have ranged from 50 people to over 10,000 attendees; we have managed events for entire communities, corporate clients, individuals, and non-profit organizations.

We are the consultants to call for your next event!

Below is a listing of the various events we have coordinated and managed.

City-wide events

Mini-Grand Prix – a mini-grand prix featuring go-karts races around a town’s historic square, complete with a pedestrian bridge and Checkered Flag Food Court.

Bonus Bounce Customer Appreciation Days – a weekend long promotion to encourage shopping in a town’s retail area, along with a 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament, Courts On Court Street.

Whatʼs the Buzz Medina – a Public Art promotion featuring a public school district’s mascot. This project included community artists, a community Open House and weekend long community tour.

“We Are One” Bone Marrow Drive – a day long drive that registered potential bone marrow donors for DKMS.  This event was featured on a Cleveland TV station for being a Hometown Hero.

Unity in the Community – a day long event hosted by a county-wide non-profit for the county’s youth.  The event included a color run, vendors providing information about services and products pertinent to teens, food, games, a motivational speaker, community service project, and a Battle of the Bands.  Approximately 200 youth attended.

Candlelight Walk – a kick-off to the holiday season for a municipality, which featured entertainment, food vendors, trolley rides, a visit with Santa and shopping. Over 10,000 in attendance during this weekend event.

Ice Festival – a weekend winter celebration organized for a municipality, featured amateur and professional ice carving competitions and ice carvings. Over 10,000 in attendance during this weekend event.


Non-profit Fundraisers & Events

Dinner & Dessert Auction – a fundraiser for a non-profit foundation featuring dinner, entertainment, live and silent auction items; premier dessert auction, a wine pull and fund-a-cause.  Close to 175 in attendance.

Nourish to Cure – an intimate woodland dinner with a multi-course dinner and wine pairings.  The dinner featured folk singers, fine wines, dinner prepared by Executive Chef Anthony Scolaro, 111 Bistro, and fellowship under a moonlit woodland setting.  Benefiting the M.D. Anderson Moonshot Program and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Grapes for Kidsʼ Sake – this annual fundraising event for a non-profit organization serving a tri-county area included wine tasting along with food pairings and both a silent and live auction. Approximately 180 in attendance.

LifeFest – this annual fundraiser featured silent and live auctions with dinner and a cocktail hour. Approximately 200 in attendance.

Taste of Medina County – an annual fundraiser for a non-profit organization showcased restaurants and their finest cuisine along with entertainment and a silent auction. This event draws close to 300 attendees.

Golf Outing – this event was a fundraiser for a non-proift organization, with 18 holes of golf, special games, prizes and dinner.

Community Spirit Night – a tailgate party before a public school district’s Varsity football game, featuring games, entertainment, and a cook-out. Over 300 attendees enjoy the festivities.

A Celebration of Super Heroes – an annual meeting for a non-profit organization. Featuring the work of program partners and donor gifts, and honoring outstanding volunteers and business partners. Approximately 200 in attendance.

E4 Youth Summit – a two-day summit hosted by a non-proift organization.  Over 200 high school students participated.  The Summit was organized to give students a voice and to provide an outlet for them to create opportunities for involvement in their schools and community.

Annual Community Pancake Breakfast – an annual event for a public school district featuring a pancake breakfast and showcasing student talent from live entertainment to artwork. Attendance ranges from 600 to 800.

Awards Ceremony – this annual ceremony honors retirees and recognizes staff for exemplary service of a public school district with various awards. It also features a video compilation of the school year. Ranging from 700 to 800 in attendance.

A Building of Community Partnerships – a weekend long celebration for the opening of a renovated and building addition to a public school district’s high school. This celebration featured U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige as the keynote speaker. Weekend activities ranged from student musical groups, basketball skills stations, a softball demo, a boysʼ lacrosse clinic, dance performances, behind the scenes tours along with special demonstrations and the sealing of a time capsule.

“We Are One” Bone Marrow Drive – this day long drive registered potential bone marrow donors for DKMS. This event was featured on a Cleveland TV station for being a Hometown Hero.

“We Are One” Benefit – an evening event benefiting a local family in need due to an accident. A family-friendly event featuring corn hole tournaments, inflatables, a Magic Show, entertainment, food and a silent auction. Approximately 400 in attendance.

Distinguished Service Award Ceremony – this prestigious event honored employees of a public school district for their outstanding service to the school district. The event included dinner, entertainment and a keynote speaker. Along with the employee awards; Outstanding Business Awards are also presented. Approximately 150 in attendance.

Taking Education Beyond the Classroom – a day-and-a-half summit designed to develop visionary opportunities for a public school district.  Close to 300 attendees converged for a kick-off dinner and working session and finished their visioning work during a full-day of interactive work, break-out groups, and demonstrations.  Attendees included students, parents, community and business partners.

Twin Sizzler
– an annual event held on the 4th of July for a non-profit organization that includes a 5 and 10 K running race and a 26 mile bike race.

Business Events

National Sales Meeting  – handling the online registration for a corporation for the 500 attendees of the sales meeting; and coordinating and overseeing an off-site evening dinner event for the 500 attendees.

Shareholder Reception – coordination of a shareholders reception for a community bank, which included the management of set-up, food, vendors, and gifts for the attendees.

Grand Opening of a Retail Establishment – a Grand Opening of a 40-year old telephone operations center that was renovated into a retail arcade along with professional offices, Park Exchange. Coordination of a private reception and weekend long Grand Opening activities for the public.