Katie Suty, CMP, CTA, Experience Columbus
Joe Baer, ZenGenius
Bill Ferguson, CSEP, CERP, CTA, Event Source
Paul Hoy, Class Acts Entertainment
Austi Jasinski, System Service Associates
Rick Jobe, Jobe & Associates
Melissa Johnson, Cameron Mitchell Premier Events
Scott Waller, O'Neil Tents
The night came alive with color and sounds as guests received a High Five welcome to Columbus. Eight ILEA Columbus team members collaborated to create unforgettable shared experiences. The indoor/outdoor event was magical, featuring larger than life entertainers, unique tastes and sights, and endless ways to create connections. The five key districts of the city shone bright with food, entertainment, art and sounds to reflect the unique vibes.
Jordan Adams, Big Time Creatives
Rhoda Brimberry, Loot Rentals
Jordan Brown, Marquee Event Rentals
Dani Curiel, Whim Hospitality
Crissalane Discher, Disch Events
Alfred Engstrand, Alfred's Catering
Lisa Hause, Lisa Hause Photography
Kyle Hayden, Strong Events
Stacey Hoyt, CSEP, CMP, Stacey Hoyt Events
Gary Jones, CSEP, Green Dot
Jonathan Jow, BoothEasy Photo Booth Company
Linsey Lindberg, Artisan Oddities & Entertainment
Bert McLendon, McLendon Photography
Melissa Minto, Westwood Country Club
Sara Mulder, Bella by Sara
Amitai Plasse, Gonzo Viz
Scot Richardson , AV Technical Support
Feathers and fringe were the accessories of choice for this awards ceremony set in the shadow of the red windmill, the Moulin Rouge. With chandeliers as brazen as the burlesque dancers, a 15’ high pair of legs and a fully customized stageshow, this was far more than your regular awards dinner, requiring a total of 30 vendors and a whole lot of cooperation to create the ultimate ooh-la-la!
Keri Miller, e=mc² events
Justin Armstrong, Invert720 Productions Inc.
Kaitlyn DeGrasse, Special Event Rentals
Dominic Manca, Production Canada
Kelsey Van Raay, Fuze Entertainment
Kristen White, Decor & More Inc.
With 68 days from the first site visit, and only 23 days for designing, planning and execution, the SU After Dark event and production team pulled off the unimaginable-transforming a decommissioned 120-year-old power plant into a monumental experience for guests of the SingularityU Canada Summit.