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April 1st, 2019
Welcome to the Fun Enterprises Monthly Newsletter
FUN in the SUN!
With the warmer weather finally here, we all want to get outside! Here at FUN, we roll out the grill and open the garage bay doors for lunch. We set up the corn hole or Giant Operation and eat and play for a bit and most importantly, de-stress. Our staff enjoys it and we get a chance to say thanks.
Employee luncheons not only make your employees feel appreciated, they are a FUN idea after a long work week or a busy season to reward your team without breaking the bank. Regardless of your work space, if you can get outdoors, the day gets better! Click below for some cool FUN Games we can bring to your work place/lawn/dock/parking lot or any other space to make your lunch hour a bit more FUN: Giant Games
Read the new blog from AC Anders our VP of Corporate Relations:
Plan B… Weather you think you need or not.
Plan B…very simply, you must have one. A good event planner is an expert at handling chaos, a great event planner is one who plans for the chaos ahead of time. (continue)
Graduation! A special time on campuses across the nation when hard work pays off and dreams come true. A time when classes of bright students will be recognized for their outstanding achievements. A time when parents and families proudly flock to campus to see their students participate in Commencement Ceremonies. A time that is celebrated with excitement and pride and unfortunately, stress!
Are you trying to make this year's Graduation events something special? It can be a daunting task for such a momentous occasion. Don't stress, we are here to help! We have 100's of programs that will make your graduation event a time to remember.
Party Portraits are perfect for capturing those Cap & Gown Moments. Special backgrounds and frames available to make these photos extra special.
LinkedIn Photos are a professional head-shot put on thumb-drive for those career day events, graduation rehearsals and end of the year events when you want to entertain your students but also give them a useful tool for the future.
Casino Nights are a great way to bring students and families together during Graduation Weekend.
Don't forget about the DJ! You can't have a good event without good music!
Giant Games or Mini Golf are perfect for those sunny afternoons on the Quad when families are on campus.
Passport Caricatures are perfect for graduation! Order a Cap & Gown designs and your students can use them for a special thank you to parents by writing a note inside the card, or have their classmates sign them for a memorable keepsake.
Sales and Marketing Coordinator
We'd like to Welcome Alexandria Amico to the FUN Team! Alex comes to us as a Bridgewater State University 2018 Marketing Graduate. She will be taking over the Sales for our Mid-Atlantic Region. She will also be working events, so make sure you say hello if you see her at your event!
Alex currently resides in Berkley, Massachusetts and was raised in Framingham, MA where her family still resides. She is a 2013 Graduate of Framingham High School and loves hiking, painting, reading and travel. She also absolutely adores her fur babies, Moose and Zoe!
Please help us welcome Alex to the Team!
April 11th is the first official day of spring! This is the day THE MASTERS start! For all golfers, this is the time to start to enjoy the outdoors (not during the telecast of course). The Azaleas are in bloom, the green, green grass is everywhere, and the Patrons are wearing their Augusta golf wear and hats. Spring has arrived at last. It's time to pull out the golf clubs, practice and get some exercise after a long winter.
Thank you to Augusta and the Masters Tournament for declaring spring in your wonderful way.
about the author: Wayde Anders is our CFO and a golf enthusiast for 50+ years!
So, you went to the NACA Conference, what now?
Check out our tips on how to execute smart planning after the conference: NACA TIPS
Michael Miller, Bonnie Fox, Justin Swim, Stan Sykes and Ken Abrahams (behind the camera) entertaining friends in the booth at NACA Northern Plains.
We are currently looking to fill a full-time Event Staff position in our Stoughton, Massachusetts location. Candidates should be personable, enthusiastic individuals with a strong work ethic and a commitment to customer service.
- High School Diploma or GED Certificate is preferred.
- Must be personable, hardworking and able to work independently.
- Strong customer service orientation.
- Strong attention to detail and follow through.
- Proven proficiency in the use of computer equipment/applications.
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in written and verbal formats. * Punctual for all jobs and assignments. * Be able to lift 40 lbs. and stand up for prolonged periods of time.
- Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and a clean driving record.
Please send resumes to: [email protected]
Have you booked yet?
Call us at 781-436-3187
This Month: Coming Up:
Tax Day (4/15) Cinco De Mayo (5/5)
Easter Sunday (4/21) Finals Week
Earth Day (4/22) Mother’s Day (5/12)
Bring Your Child to Memorial Day (5/27)
Work Day (4.25.19) Summer Programs
Although the beginning of the year can be our slowest season, in February we were a part of 100 different events with 140 programs. The most popular program booked was a 3 way tie with 11 caricature programs, 11 airbrush programs and 11 bear friends forever programs!
Most of us played Atari games back in the day. Do you know what "Atari" means?
See below for the answer
by: Mark Gallagher, Graphic Designer
Dave Zamansky, our Superhero Speaker does innovative and cutting-edge leadership programs. Dave’s been into Superheroes since he was a kid collecting comic books like it was a business. He has a full storage room of comics that his wife would like to use for a spare bedroom. The last 10+ years introduced the world to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As Dave watched each movie, he could not believe all the leadership moments he was seeing; he kept on looking around in the theater and asking others if they were seeing the same things he was. The result: Over a decade’s worth of clips combining two of his passions, Leadership and Superheroes. Leadership in the Age of Marvel Superheroes doesn’t only show clips of our favorite movies but follows them up with experiential activities to back them with a leadership punch. Dave can do this for one, two, three, or even four hours. He loves the applause that comes after every clip, including the ones that feature the late great Stan Lee. He has tapped into a huge pop culture phenomenon that draws a crowd and helps everyone develop their leadership skills when it comes to community, integrity, focus, fear of failure, social justice, and of course, having fun.
Click here for more information on how to bring Dave to your next Leadership Conference!
Thanks Southern Vermont College for the Tag!
Our Artist, Brad, running a Paint Party on campus.
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Trivia Answer: Success