What Makes Special Events so “Special?”
A special event is an unusual undertaking, a celebration, if you will, that is rooted into your organization's mission.
The fact that it doesn’t happen every day makes it special right off the bat! But, by adding extra elements of excitement, glamour, or education, your HAPPENING draws more attention from more people. And, Voila! More people will know about YOU and what you DO!
What is KEY to any special event, large or small, is to understand:
- WHO you are
- WHAT you’re selling (this means MISSION)
- WHO your audiences are
- and, WHAT you want to communicate.
And, by using CREATIVITY, IMAGINATION and RESEARCH in planning your event, we can produce novel and interesting ways to make it very special indeed!
We like to stretch the boundaries in planning and developing events and occasions that run the gamut from promoting "Disney on Ice" to historically themed dinners and everything in-between.
Nothing stimulates the imagination and creative juices like a challenge! Here are a list of projects that have dazzled and been fun and produced success:
Online Art Show
Heritage Music Concerts featuring Gospel Choir of Virginia Union University
"Elephant Brunch" for Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus
Special Appearances of Characters for Disney on Ice
"A Civil War Wedding in Virginia" special event
Victorian Picnic in the Garden
Richmond, Virginia promotion of John Grisham movie, "Mickey"
and, many others!
Experience is Key!
With more than 30 years in public relations and special events and creating custom occasions, bcreative can make your event memorable! Working with a wide variety of organizations including WRVA Radio, The Music Theatre of Williamsburg, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, the United Way of Greater Williamsburg, Creasy-Woolfolk Concepts, The Virginia Production Alliance, Celebration 2007, Hanover Tavern, Virginia Tourism Corporation, Ashland Events, everygirlsdream.net and more make for fabulous experience!
Elizabeth Bickford, Principal at bcreative, is noted for creativity and thoroughness. She is honored to be included, along with Stephanie Pyle, creator of “Rocket Radio” at the William F. Paley Radio Hall of Fame in New York. She has worked on promoting projects ranging from “Disney on Ice” to “How Can I Vote in Virginia” (which was produced by the Virginia Board of Elections).
bcreative’s depth of experience enhances the means of reaching the goal: Celebrating YOU!
You can reach bcreative at firstname.lastname@example.org today!