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Eventeny Webinar Series: Build Socially Distant Experiences

in SNELLVILLE, United States
Mar 02, 2021

Eventeny Webinar Series: Build Socially Distant Experiences

 

Speakers: Jasmine Billings, Madison Chucci, Amy Doherty Speaker Bio: Jasmine and Madison are event organizers for the City of Lawrenceville and have hosted several amazing events such as Valentine's Drive-In Movie, Sweetheart Supper Club, and St. Paddy’s on Perry. Amy is an event organizer for the City of Suwanee and hosts weekly farmers markets and other open-air events, such as Top This! The following are notes from the Eventeny Webinar Series and the full recording can be found below -Be creative. -Sit down with your team and come up with ideas on how to engage attendees. -Think about what is unique to your events, the surrounding community, etc. -Promote your events well in advance before selling tickets, so that there is awareness among community members when tickets are available to purchase. -Allows tickets to sell out faster. -Take extra precautions to ensure safety. -Wiping tables and chairs, replacing items after use, etc. -Make space on your website to showcase promotions of your shops to promote their businesses. -Partner with various associations to have help executing events and make the process smoother. - Create COVID-19 policies. Such as: -Extra handwashing. -Wearing masks. -Registration for events to keep limited numbers. -No show policies: -Provide a time that attendees have to be there, and if they are not there, then they lose their spot and someone else can get it. (make them sign they’re name when registering, to ensure they understand the time they have to be there before they lose their spot) -If attendees do not show up for more than 2 events, then they are not allowed to sign up for future events. -Come up with a fact sheet to answer common questions to make attendees more comfortable to attend the event. -Overshare, update policies, and allow for feedback! -Hold open-air events and encourage vendors and others to practice safety measures, such as wearing masks. -Space vendors out so that when line forms, people are spaced out. -Allow restaurants extended dining by giving them more outside space to extend their outside seating since they lost many inside seating spaces. -Makes people feel safer, since they are not eating inside. -Think about waiving fees to renew licenses to help restaurants and keep their business running. -Push social media a lot to get word out about events. -Create promo videos to get more attention. -Pandemic proof your events. -Allow people to come in any time they would like to prevent large crowds.

 

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