Event Pro Forum, a conference for event production professionals, will be held February 17-20 at Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spa in Las Vegas.
The conference targets top professionals responsible for producing live
events for amphitheaters, arenas, auditoriums, casinos, concerts, corporate
functions, fairs, festivals, political campaigns, sporting events, theatres,
theme parks and touring entertainment. The 2002 premiere conference attracted 150-plus attendees nationally and internationally.
EventPro Forum 2003 will feature industry speakers, professional development
panels and the Production Pow-Wow, a series of round-table discussions.
Special events, including a golf tournament, welcome reception, wrap party
and backstage tour of Las Vegas venues, will provide attendees with the
opportunity to have fun while networking and expanding their professional
The Pro Pavilion trade show will showcase cutting-edge products and services
for the event production industry and provide an additional opportunity to
develop networking resources.
Featured exhibitors in the Pro Pavilion will include: Absolute
Entertainment, Access Pass &Design, Cameo Publishing, CelebrityAccess, CSI
Entertainment Insurance, Dixie Flag, E-MEDIA Corporation, Shoest &
Associates, Total Production US, Tourwerks, Triangle Talent, White Tiger
Productions, plus many other vendors of production related products and
CFB Productions Inc., a veteran personal management and special events
production firm is the producer of EventPro Forum. Key personnel include
Alicia Parrish, an event planner, and Clinton Ford
Billups Jr., a veteran personal manager, television executive and special
events producer. Billups also serves as president of the National Conference
of Personal Managers and as director of the International
Entertainment Buyers Association.
"The Forum truly is all-encompassing," says Parrish. "Experts and industry
leaders, whether from the concert industry, corporate America, a fair or a
festival, can now gather in one place, at one time, and share their
knowledge and industry expertise."
"We recognized that event producers, whether it's for a concert, corporate
function or sporting event, all have the same goals – to entertain their
audience, produce a positive experience and achieve their bottom line,
whether it be financial, motivational or promotional," adds Billups.
For contact information click on EventPro Forum