Events

The Amazing Race

Imagine The Amazing Race, The DaVinci Code and Goonies (yes, that classic 1985 movie) all rolled into one! That is the exciting, zany team-building adventure that wrapped up the Inc. CEO Project Summit at the Westin Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, as produced by McNeese Thomas Group. The activity was conceived and directed by Ravenchase Adventure (http://www.ravenchase.com/),

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Hooked on a Feeling

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou’s words are a source of inspiration for me whenever I create programs for our clients. Engaging the audience, making each attendee feel welcome and valued, is the first

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And The Award For ……

Early this month, The McNeese Thomas Group produced the CMO Awards at the Dream Hotel Downtown in New York City. The evening began with several Round Table discussions for the CMO honorees. The Dream Hotel’s small meeting rooms are uniquely decorated and perfectly functional for a lively exchange of ideas. The evening’s main event, the Dinner

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Selfies with a Shark

Last week we held the Ninth Annual Inc. Military Entrepreneur Program (MEP) at Inc.’s Grow Your Company Conference (GrowCo) in Nashville. The Inc. MEP is an initiative we began in 2011 to help active service members, veterans and their family members start, run, and expand businesses. Participants receive mentoring, education, networking, resources and information, all

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The House that Grumpy Built

McNeese Events Group had the pleasure of working with The CMO Club on its CMO Club House at SXSWFestival March 8-11, 2014. SXSW is a three- part festival, Interative, Film and Music, that takes place annually in Austin. The CMO Club, a professional membership organization for marketing professionals, created a lounge for marketing executive attending

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Future of StoryTelling

Early last month, McNeese Events Group produced the Future of StoryTelling Summit at Snug Harbor Cultural Center on Staten Island, NY. Click here for Dean Meyers’s recap of the event and below is my personal  experience, including beautiful pictures. 400 attendees–marketing executives, artists, filmmakers, entrepreneurs–boarded a private ferry leaving Manhattan and heading to Snug Harbor.

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