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Event Snapshot: Suppliers & Planners Participate in Partyfest 2015

During this year’s Partyfest trade show, dozens of event and entertainment resources were on hand for the thousands of visitors who made their way through Dallas Market Hall. The event, which took place February 25, included educational seminars in addition to the trade show organized by Applause Productions. A silent auction benefitted The Family Place, a nonprofit organization in Dallas that provides free, comprehensive services that prevent violence and offer support to victims.

—Photos courtesy of Applause Productions. 

Host Garden Parties Indoor or Out at These 3 Public Gardens

AS TEMPERATURES WARM, where else would anyone want to be other than a garden party? However, in Texas, we have weather that may prevent a stop to smell the roses because a thunderstorm hits the area. To make your clients happy by providing a lovely outdoor setting while still accommodating potential weather, here are three public gardens with indoor spaces.

Clark Gardens, Weatherford

Plan a Dinner Party with Views of the Dallas Skyline

Over the years, the shape and silhouette of a city’s downtown often become its brand. The historic structures and their iconic shapes tell a story about its people and culture. One Texan city’s silhouette is recognized around the world. Some folks call it Big D. Others call it the home of the Dallas Cowboys.

Midnight Rambler's Drinks & Aesthetics Appeal to the Masses

Midnight Rambler is a new craft cocktail bar in the heart of downtown Dallas. Upon entering the bar through a sexy tiled staircase highlighted by a neon “cocktails” sign, guests are greeted by a mix of local business people, cocktail lovers, hotel guests and art lovers alike.

Plan on Plano for a North Texas Getaway

Plano is an all-American city that has preserved its past while embracing a progressive transformation, making it one of the best places to live in the U.S., according to CNNMoney.

How to Make Your Event a Trendsetting Media Darling

Getting media to your event takes more than sending a blanket press release with the same information to every journalist you can find on a list. It takes a personalized media pitch for each journalist—and an event that’s unique enough to earn coverage. We gathered 10 tips from PR gurus Karen Henry, owner of The PR Boutique in Houston, and Kellie McCrory, owner of MCA Public Relations in Dallas, on how to get the press to your event.

Grapevine's Main Street Days Shined Light on Local Industry

Craft beer enthusiasts will be treated to an expanded Craft Beer Experience during Grapevine’s 2015 Main Street Days, which is expected draw about 150,000 attendees.

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