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Steve Lemon To Keynote EventPro Forum '05

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Steve Lemon, an award-winning production manager and producer of
international live events, will keynote the fourth annual
EventPro Forum March 7-9, at the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

The three-day conference for event production professionals targets top professionals responsible for producing
events for amphitheaters, arenas, casinos, concerts, corporate functions,
fairs, festivals, political campaigns, sporting events, theme parks and
touring entertainment.

Lemon is president of Innovents, Inc., a California-based production company specializing in management of
international live events. His expertise spans across theatrical presentations to television
and film production to industrial and trade show management, to concert tour
and production management, and to planning, management and execution of
large-scale events.

With extensive experience in concert tour management, Lemon was named 2002
Tour Manager of the Year by industry publication PLSN. He has also received awards from Performance magazine, whose readers honored him as Site Coordinator of the Year and Innovator of the Year.

During the course of his three decade-plus career, Lemon has been a production
or tour manager for Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Cher, Janet Jackson, KISS, John
Mellencamp, Ozzy Osbourne, Diana Ross, Luther Vandross and Woodstock ’94.

His credits for production managing high-profile live events
include: AT&T Global Olympic Village and General Motors World of
Motion Pavilion at the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta; New York Times
Square New Year’s Eve Ball Drop; Tokyo New Year’s Eve Festival; Monterey
Pops Festival; Los Angeles Millennium Celebration; and the Miss America
Pageant. For his work at the Centennial Olympic Games, Lemon received the AT&T 100 Award, the highest honor presented to the top 100 individuals for their performance, dedication and commitment to excellence for the Olympic Games. — Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner