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    locations and get estimates from various venues to fit your budget. Proposing a budget early on will be helpful in keeping your expenses in check. The bigger the event, the more money it will cost. There are several factors that will play a significant part in your budget. Food, entertainment, decorations, and supplies are just some that you need to consider. Decide if it is better to have the event catered or have a potluck. If you go with the catering option then you should have an idea of the menu. You will have to decide if appetizers will be served, how many courses will be provided, and if there are substitutes for those with a special diet. In addition, you should note if alcoholic beverages are a necessity or not. There is usually more paperwork involved when it comes to serving alcohol, so be aware of that. Venues and catering companies sometimes go hand in hand. Getting estimates will help in selecting the company that fits into the budget. Provide the caterer with the number of invitees, the time, date and make sure their calendar is also clear. There will be some companies who not only provide a venue, but a catering option as well. It is important to get a comprehensive price which covers all aspects of the event, including but not limited to: set-up, clean-up, linens, tips, and service. For those venues which do not provide caterers, you should ask if they are affiliated with any caterers. Sometimes a venue without a catering company on site work…

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    Research Assessment Task Overview Music venues play a very important role in society. Before musicians could physically record their work, the only way for people to experience music was to see it live, at some type of venue. Whether it be a bandstand or arena, music has been bringing people, musicians and their art together for a long time. That’s a venue’s fundamental purpose. Through technological advances, the music scene has grown and developed rapidly since the mid-20th century.…

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    Music And Hearing Loss

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    Similarly, workers at music venues state that they follow the minimal requirements for volume levels, and do not protect their own ears at the venue in the article, Music venues and hearing loss: Opportunities for and barriers to improving environmental conditions written by Ineke Vogel and Hein Raat, Catharina P.B. VanderPloeg, and Johannes Brug. Ineke Vogel and Hein Raat work in the Department of Public Health at the University Medical Center. Catharina P.B. VanderPloeg works in the Department…

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    in, which means it won't be as fresh. The menu choices will be limited to those that can travel well. The Wedding Cake For your wedding catering service, you want to consider who will be doing the cake. It seems like every decision is vital to the event, but the cake is almost as important as the bride's dress. It's unlikely that the same caterer who does the food will also make the cake, but if you can get both at the same company, you might be able to save some money. The caterer you…

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    the 2008 olympic games in Beijing China. All but a few countries prepared tirelessly to take part in what was projected to be one of the best games ever. While L.A. used existing stadiums and venues for their games, Beijing had a grand total of thirty one venues, however 17 of those venues were built for the arrival of the olympic games. Los Angeles and Beijing both had spectacular venues for their given time. L.A. had the Los Angeles…

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    Las Vegas Essay

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    For those of you who love adventure and want to have an exciting backdrop for your wedding, you might want to consider Las Vegas. Many people choose Las Vegas as a destination for their weddings. This is because there are so many wedding venues from which to select that nearly any budget can be accommodated. There are drive-through wedding venues and high-end casino wedding venues. Determining which Las Vegas venue is appropriate for your situation will be based on how much money you want to…

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    West Hollywood is a city in Los Angeles, California. West Hollywood is known for a variety of things, including the Sunset Strip, its large LGBT population and regular celebrity sightings. Since its earliest years, West Hollywood has earned a reputation for its nightlife and home to emerging artists in the entertainment industry. Based on the city’s history and current demographics, it is suitable for a new live entertainment venue to be established. SWOT Analysis Strengths: One of the biggest…

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    themselves Echosmith because they shape sound”("Meet The Four Siblings Of You Oughta Know Band Echosmith." VH1. 21 Oct. 2014. Web. 6 Oct. 2015.). The concert was on Friday September 25, 2015 at Prochnow Auditorium. It was full of great music with great people and that made this night one for the books. The concert’s venue, the music, the other music goers, and the affordability are all key components that helped make this concert an overall great experience.…

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    The International Association of Venue Managers appeals to me more than the other previously mentioned organizations because it is more focused on the management and business side of sport management. I love sports, but I love the management aspect of sport management more than I do the sport aspect. The IAVM is more about those who host the events than the actual sporting events. I love the idea of networks, and I think that it is genius that one of the main purposes of this organization is to…

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    Event Budgeting Case Study

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    Choosing the Right Venue with Event Planner Tammie Hawkins Choosing the perfect venue for an event is one of the most important aspects of Event Planning, according to Tammie Hawkins. The venue sets the scene for the entire function, and a poorly chosen venue has the chance of ruining even the most lavish occasion. There are many things to consider when choosing the ideal venue, the first item is the cost. If the client 's budget for an event is ten thousand dollars, it does not make sense to…

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