The FRESH dinner in Las Vegas

The FRESH dinner in Las Vegas was hosted by the Keep Memory Alive Event Centre. This amazing venue by Frank Gehry has the creative character of the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao Spain. It is dedicated to support the Cleveland clinic
Special event revenues collected by Keep Memory Alive support Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health's core mission: enhanced treatment, research and the prevention of brain disorders.
Thanks to the Keep Memory Alive Event Center and Cut &Taste catering, we were able to host the planners and broke all records by gathering almost 60 planners, both hosted buyers and visitors.
With the help of some volunteers and several sponsors this second FRESH dinner 2014 turned out to be a success, growing with more than 50% compared to the previous year. 121 people registered of which 50% planners of events, MDI members, start-up companies, press and other meeting and event professionals.
The FRESH networking was again animated by moving the men to another table before the main course and the women before desert. Great fun and catering made everything work like a charm...
The innovative element of the evening was microphones. David Watt, our host used the Catchbox and our charming hostess Gina Sinclair was wearing the DPA Necklace microphone all night and surprised everyone when demonstrating it on stage. The sound technician from Intrinsic, the AV sponsor, was amazed by it's quality.
A warm welcome outside kicked of the evening and the group moved inside for a group photo followed by an amazing dinner. The chefs from the sponsoring 'Cut and Taste' did their magic with refined cuisine for all three courses with the appropriate care for special diets. 
IMEX America, etouches and Event Manager Blog were the 3 meeting industry industry sponsors also contributing to the donation.
The MDI team recommends this venue for its amazing and memorable architecture and for the great and professional team that runs it. IN MANY WAYS A FRESH VENUE!
FLTR: Maarten Vanneste, Gina Sinclair, David Watt, Janet Sperstad, Julius solaris and Miguel Neves.
The Meeting Design Institute decided to donate the proceeds form ticket sales to Keep Memory Alive.

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