Award For Best Corporate Or Non-Profit Event
On June 13, 2012, Audience Pleasers was invited to ISES (International Special Events Society) New Jersey North’s 3rd Annual Garden State Gala to be awarded for the Best Corporate or Non-Profit Event.
At the Gala guests were treated to a delectable cocktail hour of foods from around the world with a complimentary signature drink at each station while they enjoyed music from New York’s Best.arded for the Best Corporate or Non-Profit Event.
Audience Pleasers was awarded for the tremendous event on November 13th, 2011for Robert Wood Johnson’s 10th anniversary Carnival. The patients born prematurely in their pediatric unit and their families from previous years were invited.
Audience Pleasers provided over $5,000 dollars in extra props, child friendly games, Carnival Booths, Red/White Pipe and Drape, Inflatables, Carnival games, Balloons, Carnival Figures, Food and Entertainers such as Face Painters, Strolling Magician, and a Caricaturist.
Cancer survivors and their families were in attendance and had the opportunity to laugh with the strolling clown, get their faces painted or jump around in the inflatable moon walk or inflatable jungle gym while enjoying the night with their family.
Audience Pleasers was proud to hold the event for The Robert Wood Johnson Children’s Hospital and thanks the ISES for recognizing their hard working, event planners and entertainers.
Audience Pleasers is one of the oldest and most respected full-service event planning companies in the US. Our company, established in 1970, has a staff of multi-talented entertainment professionals serving clients demanding high levels of service, expert advice/knowledge, and customized business and personal solutions. Audience Pleasers provides events from Casinos, Carnivals, Murder Mysteries, Corporate Team Building, Holiday Parties and more.
The Mission of ISES is to educate, advance and promote the special events industry and its network of professionals along with related industries.
They strive to uphold the integrity of the special events profession to the general public through our “Principles of Professional Conduct and Ethics”
Foster a spirit of cooperation among its members and other special events professionals, and Cultivate high standards of business practices.
Elizabeth C. Agacinski