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4 Biggest Mistakes Non-Profits make when planning a Fundraiser

2015-12-11T18:06:06+00:00

So your nonprofit needs to raise money and you’re in charge of putting together a fundraising event.  When planning your event, make sure you avoid these 4 common mistakes made by other non-profit organizations. 1. Relying too heavily on youth volunteers-- Although the money that  you are looking to raise will benefit the pee-wee basketball league, the cheerleading squad or the high school football team, relying too much on teenagers or youth for important parts

5 Profitable Event Marketing Tactics To Increase Your Sales

2017-01-13T23:27:40+00:00

The life a small business owner can be daunting. We all know that small businesses are the backbone of America representing 99 percent of all U.S. businesses and wearing multiple hats come with the territory. The small business owner has to be the salesman, marketer, accounting, QC, IT and everything in between. With so much to do, marketing usually get but on the back burner but it shouldn’t. A little creative marketing and drive lots

3 Awesome New Year Party Themes

2017-01-13T23:27:40+00:00

New Years Eve is really the best event in the annual calendar for most of us. Everyone just love to party and New Years is the best time to do it. People want to let their hair down and see in the New Year with an almighty bang. So what could be better than doing it with an awesome theme? Casino Night The casino night theme offers you the chance to make a really stunning

Fashion on the Square

2017-01-13T23:27:40+00:00

The runway was HOT at this years Fashion on the Square. Fashion On The Square (FOTS) is the largest and longest running fashion show on the West Coast.  The proceeds from FOTS support FOTS + The Arts and Inner City Youth Sports, two non-profit organizations.  Models dressed in designer creations by notable designers such as Fashion on the Square- Ali Thornton Design/ photographer Edward Jefferson   Aurice Guyton Events worked along Lesly Simmon