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Happy Tuesday! 

I hope everyone was able to enjoy Saturday's weather, it was glorious! As we move into the week from yesterday's holiday, there are some great webinars to attend and articles to read.

We need your input on attendance at live events and planning for the future so be sure to do our quick survey.

CRV Fall Survey

We're looking for volunteers in our Chapter marketing and communications area.  Do you have a couple hours a month to volunteer? Are you interested in expanding your leadership skills and your industry network? Give us a call and the Board can find a place for you to increase your skills and help you move your career forward.

And remember,  #wewillmeetagain

Stay safe and enjoy your week!
Cindy Panioto, President,
and The Board of Directors

Chapter News This Week:
We've got October planned and we're working on November, December and January. 
BUT, we need your help. We want to provide you, the members, with the education and social events you want right now.  Please take four minutes to fill out our survey to tell us what YOU want.

CRV Fall Survey

Next Chapter Event will be
October 20th, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Save the date!!
SCARY STORIES Registration opens tomorrow!!

We will be sharing our scariest event stories with each other!  What happened and how did you fix it?  
We all come together to talk about our most horrible moments as planners and suppliers.  Did the wedding cake topple moments before the cake cutting ( yep, that's one of our stories!).  More importantly, how did you fix it?  We'll talk about our worst moments with each other and how we were able to use our creativity and knowledge behind the scenes to make it all work.  We'll have a prize for best story with the voting by all the attendees of the event.
Come share an hour of fun and comradery!

This Week's Webinar to Watch

New Hybrid Strategies: Producing, Streaming, and Selling Access to Live Event Content in a Post-Covid World

Hybrid events have been around for almost 2 decades, but they have recently vanished due to Covid-19's decimation of the live event industry. The general consensus is that when live events come back (and they will!), Hybrid events will be the norm. But what will the next generation of hybrid events look like, what will be the best approach for producing them, and what steps should event organizers take in simultaneously engaging both physical and virtual audiences in the ever-changing event landscape?
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This Week's Top Reads

Tell Your Brand Story With an Emotional, Customized Performance

Out of Crisis, New Jobs are Born

Phase 3 Re-opening for CT

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