Your Place or Mine?

This is a simple straight-to-the-point blog post. It’s all about location, location, location.

I love to host events in my home. I don’t have to go far and I know the territory. However, people don’t like driving all the way out to my home, especially if they plan on drinking. An event venue is the most important part of planning an event.  People want to be close to home, have lots of room, an acoustically sound environment (if it’s a concert or music event), convenient parking and they want to feel they are in a safe environment they wouldn’t mind being seen at (or checking in at on Foursquare).  Make sure your venue is pleasing to your guests, a place that makes them want to stay all night. If not, it will be a quick hi/bye for you if they even show at all.

We have great connections here at Unzipped Experience that can set you up with some of the best venues in Seattle, Bellevue and Tacoma. Contact us so we can hook you up for your event.

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About ReesyCup

Larissa Long has been featured in many blogs worldwide for years sharing her opinions and expertise on everything from beauty to philanthropy to business. For four years, Long was the founder and Editor-in-Chief of MODE Magazine, the Pacific Northwest’s first fashion focused magazine. She currently owns a public relations company, BlueRed Communications, where she manages publicity and PR for non-profits, large and small companies, celebrities, and politicians. In her spare time, she holds the title of Mrs. Washington International 2018 where her platform is fighting the chocolate slave trade. As a wife and mother of three, her experience comes from more than her professional life, it comes in learning from her family. She has held non-profit board positions, ran a marina, and even worked for the Washington State House of Representatives. She wants to take those experiences to the next level and help grow other women in their businesses. Long enjoys being a part of the social scene and has found that she has her foot dipped in many pools. Connect with her on Twitter (@reesycup), LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Posted on June 24, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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