SO YOU’RE HAVING A PARTY!
Events are a major part of our lives, and we really put ourselves under a lot of stress, first with the planning, then the day of the event, and then finally, Aunt Millie’s criticisms after the fact.
Well there is a new service out there called Russell’s Event Planning, and yes, I am a shill for it! Why? Because I am helping a good friend of mine build this idea. Her name is Pam Rae, and she is a very creative individual who is a natural for this kind of thing. Her motivation is a good one, the stinking economy, and she would like to put her mind to use doing things that make her happy.
Pam has conceived Russell’s from her own experiences. She is a former head of the PTA, and works for charities now and in the past, and knows how to get things done.
Her services offered will include:
Weddings, memorials, birthday parties, testimonial, retirement dinners, board and business meetings, and after funeral gatherings for families who don’t need the stress of organizing the event. But that is not all: she works with selected small businesses to bring them all together, eliminating high overhead costs, while helping these license and certified business to grow. Her plan is to offer the “Outside the box” thinking, making for great and unique events that will be long remembered. As part of her service, she will arrange for invitations, either personalized from a catalog, or will have it designed especially for you. She sees no limit in what a customer would want, and the challenges excite her.
I have worked with Pam side by side on the high school reunion committee, and have witnessed her ability to get work done, on time and with flair. She can arrange for anything you could wish for, from balloons, butterfly releases to seaside and boat venues. She has a great flair for decorating and yet a very sensitive set of values, that include honesty, morality, and sensitivity to any request, and will respect your wishes.
Pam is a woman on her own, trying to make it in this world without a handout, and with a lot of guts and fortitude.
So, if you think you would like to end the baked ziti and sausage and peppers syndrome, the balloons tied to a chair, in a backyard, give this gal a shot. You can each her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I promise you, you will be glad you did. I would not recommend her, if I felt she was not all I said she is.