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by ticketprinting on February 26, 2010

One of the nicest sorts of parties one can throw is a celebration in thanks or appreciation of an individual or group of people. Of course, we have all attended office parties when a co-worker leaves or retires, and these tend to be mirthful experiences, but for whom else can we express our appreciation through cake and ice cream?

How about:

  • Educators
  • Church volunteers
  • Administrative assistants
  • Helpful children
  • Kindly neighbors

For any good deed, a celebration is in order!

If the object of your gratitude has helped a good many people, you may find that it’s possible to cover the cost of the celebration by selling tickets to the event. Use social networking or word-of-mouth to determine whether there is interest in a group recognition of your guest of honor. If so, print some Event Ticket and start selling! Determine how much your guests are willing to spend per ticket to determine your budget (or your own contribution).

Then, plan a party to say thank you! Be certain to order the cake, with an appropriate message, in advance. Ask close friends of the celebrant to prepare speeches. Obtain some photographs (choosing a selection from throughout the guest’s life can be fun) and have them blown up into Posters, or turned into a slide show or Power Point Presentation. Make sure everyone knows about your honoree’s contribution, and why they deserve this celebration.

Finally, decorate the venue, lay out the food and drinks, and toast (or roast!) the guest of honor in high style.

{ 2 comments }

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ticketprinting February 7, 2011 at 7:11 pm

Thanks for tuning in!

Lance Trebesch, CEO, UK Ticket Printing

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