Inspire your attendees at every venue.
Special events need to excite, impress, and delight your audience.
From simple conference signage to multi-media glitz, we work with eco-responsible materials and choose production partners with sustainable practices in place.
Gala evenings, traveling exhibits, pop-up stores, and brand experiences – we help you make them memorable.
"We've only got two weeks to put on this event, can you do it?" Of course we can!
Celebrate the Century is an award winning promotional event, distinguished as the most ambitious stamp-themed public relations program ever offered by the U.S. Postal Service. The “CTC Express” (Exhibit Train), “Stampin’ the Future” (Students design stamps for the 21st century), and “Stamps of the Century” (Public votes for best stamps...
The AIPAC Policy Conference is billed as the largest annual Jewish event – though you don’t have to be Jewish to attend.
As part of the AIPAC Policy Conference the Strategic Tours create experiential multi-media presentations to help educate attendees on the changing geo-political situations in the Middle East.
Kingdom of Saudia Arabia: Yesterday and Today – one of the largest branding events of its time – promoted Saudi Arabia's accomplishments over fifity years and the unique Saudi-American friendship that helped fuel the Kingdom's rapid growth.
Watching ice melt – a cool fund-raising event to support the restoration of the historic ice well at Gadsby’s Tavern.
Known for family friendly organic gardening, Girasol Unique Gardens & Ponds specializes in creating personalized, natural settings for your outdoor enjoyment.
The BioPlastek Forum features new technology and processes for creating plastics from renewable biological sources.
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is a leading force in the fight to reduce tobacco use and its deadly toll in the United States and around the world.
Juneteenth celebrations at Alexandria's Freedom House, commemorate Emancipation coming to Texas after the Civil War. This photo album was given by the Freed People of Alexandria to President Abraham Lincoln shortly before his assassination.