Creating Special Events, 2nd ed. - Print

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978-1-57167-730-3
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2nd
     
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Pages: 322

Dimensions: 10 × 7 × 1 in

Binding Type: Paperback


Creating Special Events is designed to help prepare students to plan, organize, and direct special events and festivals. This book includes a look at the evolution and history of special events and explains the skills and processes needed to implement them.

This nuts-and-bolts approach details the methods to achieve specific goals and objectives in event planning from concept to completion. This second edition includes updates on technology, includes new case studies, addresses major issues such as terrorism, and provides a new chapter on professional opportunities in event management.

In addition to teaching at the higher education level, the author has worked for 10 years as a director of parks and recreation. He has also served in professional organizations such as the NRPA Education Network and the Connecticut Recreation and Parks Association.