Entertainment Exchange/Vickie Preston Win NACE Team Award

Entertainment Exchange/Vickie Preston Win NACE Team AwardAt the 3rd Annual Member Recognition event for the Baltimore Chapter of NACE, Vickie Preston, from Entertainment Exchange’s Baltimore office was the entertainment provider for the team that won the award for “Best Meeting of the Year.”

 

 

 

This award was voted on by the NACE members and was based on the following criteria:

  • Innovative use of venue space/layout of event,
  • Food & Beverage Presentation
  • Food & Beverage Selection
  • Going Over and Beyond Expectation
  • Overall Wow Factor
  • D├ęcor,
  • Entertainment,
  • Menu Cards
  • Attention To Details

Vickie was part of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront’s team that put together the award-winning event for the November 21st Meeting event entitled “Sleeping with the Enemy at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront.”

For this meeting, a hotel ballroom wastransformed into a real southern ho-down. From the blue grass band to the fall harvest menu and a special wow was with the creative food presentation,

In addition to Vickie, other award-winning members of the team include:

  • Sherri Griffis, CMP/Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
  • Katharine Ronald / Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
  • Susan Fortkiewicz / Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
  • Amber Miller / Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
  • Along with their event professionals team:
  • Christine Psoras with Flowers by Chris – Table Decor
  • Jennifer Pipino with Fandango Productions – Backdrop/Props/Bar
  • Loren Lippman with Party Rental, Ltd. – Napkins and Chairs
  • Debra May/Millenium Marketing – Invitations
  • Kathy Freundel Photography – Event Photography
  • Daniel & Evelyn Watson-Bey/East Hill Video – Videography
  • Norlene Gensler with Write Style Solutions – Customized Member/Guest Badge Board
  • Vickie Preston with Entertainment Exchange – Eastman String Band

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