|By Marketwired .||
|August 8, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - August 08, 2014) - Lori Harbin of TEP Catering and Erica Prewett of A Big To Do Event, Inc. were featured on the July 23, 2014 special edition of Meeting Pros Radio, representing the Atlanta International Special Events Society (ISES).
ISES is made up of more than 7,200 professionals in 38 countries representing special events producers, caterers, decorators, florists, destination management companies, rental companies, audio-visual and special effects specialists, venue managers and many more event professionals. The Greater Atlanta Chapter of ISES holds an educational or social meeting once every month, showcasing different locations and vendors around the metro Atlanta area. In addition to monthly meetings, the chapter also organizes philanthropic initiatives and an awards program, and offers educational seminars, scholarships and much more.
Lori Harbin is the President-Elect for ISES Greater Atlanta Chapter and the Director of Taste Experiences of TEP Catering. TEP Catering is a full service caterer that specializes in both corporate and social events.
"Our big news is there will be a new venue opening soon," said Harbin. "The official announcement detailing the whereabouts of the venue comes out within the next few weeks, but it will certainly be a great spot for corporate events."
Erica Prewett serves as the Vice President of Programs and Education with ISES, along with her role as President and Lead Planner with A Big To Do Event, Inc. Prewett founded A Big To Do Event, Inc. in 2005.
To learn more about ISES and these featured guests, listen to the entire interview on Meeting Pros Radio.
About Meeting Pros Radio:
Meeting Pros Radio is dedicated to highlighting the best-of-the-best associations, their mission and purpose, and getting the word out on their annual events. In addition to serving associations, Meeting Pros Radio also highlights best practices of the events and meetings arena, and gets acquainted with "who's who" in the planning world. Meeting Pros Radio is hosted by Michael Lauer on http://meetingprosradio.businessradiox.com.
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