May 6, 2013
We love sharing our event experiences with our community. That’s why we’re giving YOU a chance to win a pair of tickets to the San Francisco International Film Festival’s Closing Night Film & Party this Thursday, May 9! After you watch the film Before Midnight at the Castro Theater, mix and mingle at the Closing Night Party at Ruby Skye. Dance the night away while indulging in delicious hors d’oeuvres and cocktails at a party inspired by the Closing Night film, Before Midnight. You must be 21+ to attend the party. Follow DPEM on Twitter (@dominicphillips) and like us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/dominicphillipseventmarketing) for updates on the contest and our other events!
How to Play:
1. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
2. Tweet and/or post on our Facebook page your best, most creative answer to the question: What would be your dream event? Be sure to mention the hashtag #DPEMftw so that we can track your response.
- Contest ends at midnight on Wednesday, May 8th. Winner will be announced the morning of Thursday, May 9th, and ticket pick-up arrangements will made at that time.
Rules & Eligibility:
- Who is eligible? You must be over 21 years of age to attend the Closing Night Party. Anyone who participates in the contest on Twitter and/or Facebook using the hashtag #DPEMftw.
- How many entries? You can enter MULTIPLE UNIQUE answers to the questions using text and/or images on Facebook and/or Twitter.
- How many prizes can I win? Only one pair of tickets to the Closing Night Film & Party per Twitterati or Facebooker.
- Gotta have a hashtag to win: #DPEMftw
Lindsay Sutherland, Contests
, Upcoming Events
April 22, 2013
As we reflect on Earth Day, we find ourselves asking the question “what does it mean to be sustainable?” At DPEM, we are always pursuant of producing events that do not create any disturbance in the environment at all. Understanding that this is virtually impossible to do in the event industry, we aim to reduce our footprint wherever possible. In addition to minimizing waste, we also strive to be a benefit to our local community and provide a positive experience to everyone involved. Here are some initiatives that we implement into our events and work-life:
- Using compostables at food & beverage events, and providing guests with recycle, compostable and waste bins.
- Avoiding the use of water bottles and instead providing water stations in its place.
- Choosing to work with local vendors who integrate sustainability into their business services and products.
- Providing event solutions that minimize the reliance on laundering and extra water usage.
- Serving locally sourced food ingredients, from the appetizers to the wine and spirits served.
- When fabricating structures or signage for events, we use recycled, recyclable or reclaimed materials as much as possible.
- Walking or biking to work whenever possible.
- Reducing the amount we print, and using electronic solutions as an alternative. We get a lot of use in portable tools like iPada, latops and thumbsdrives.
What does Earth Day mean to YOU?
Lindsay Sutherland, Inspiration
, Tips of the Trade
April 18, 2013
All photography shot by Gamma Nine.
Lindsay Sutherland, Uncategorized