When we received a call from a representative of the “A Warrior’s Mind” to capture photos, we knew this was going to be a very special day… and it was. Sgt. Patrick Adams of the U.S. Marine Corp was coming home from his 3rd tour of duty that lasted just over 7 months. Several groups…Details
Members of the Woodstock Wedding Network gathered together last night to celebrate the ribbon cutting of their newly created bridal center located at 231 N. Main Street, Woodstock IL. Woodstock’s Mayor, Brian Sager attended and assisted WWN’s President Dana Brandt and Vice President, Amy Henning with the ribbon cutting that officially opens the doors to…Details
When a professional event planner blogs about how great a company’s product or services are, you know you’re doing something right and being recognized for it. That’s exactly what happened to us last week when we were featured in a “Vendor Spotlight” story written by Events by L. They recently met with a soon-to-be bride…Details
Any business owner — small or large — will tell you that it is a thrill and an honor to be interviewed for a news article in a local or national newspaper. Knowing that somone is interested enough in your business brings home the value and purpose of what you provide as a product or service.Details
The Rainbows Organization held their 3rd Annual Fundraiser on May 1, 2011 at the Ridgemoor Country Club in Harwood Heights. The Power of the Purse.. It’s All About Me! program consisted of a beautiful buffet lunch, a fashion show and specialty vendor tables. It was a great turnout with nearly 300 people attending.
Scrapping on the Spot was invited to participate as a vendor and had a variety of hand-crafted items available for viewing and purchase. Our Mother’s Day brag books and mini brag books seemed to be the most popular gift item and several custom orders were placed for customized items to be made. Our feature attraction were our Event Scrapbooks — leaving your special occasion with a completed scrapbook is a great way to have an instant keepsake with all of your memories captured in one place.Details
If someone were to tell you they went to a “Scramble,” what would you think it was? A new breakfast cafe? A rummage sale where you had to madly reach for something before someone else did? A corn maze where you had to frantically find your way through people and corn stalks?
The Scramble we attended on Friday, Nov. 5th, is a networking luncheon event that the McHenry County Chamber of Commerce holds twice a year. You find yourself meeting and networking with people at every turn and you scramble from one table to another throughout this progressive lunch. While at each table, you have only but a few minutes to tell everyone you’re seated with who you are and what benefits your company offers to them. It’s a fantastic way to meet people and find out more about the businesses within your own community.Details