• Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    1. Greg Malark, COO, HelmsBriscoe.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    2. Lisa Albers, Rush Creek Golf Club, wraps a gift.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    3. Michael Bergman, HB Cares event founder.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    4. Michael Parent and Lori Shogren showcase a silent auction item.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    5. Donya Dawson and Kelsey Maxfield, Best Buy Corporation, pack toys.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    6. Jakarta Turner and Vangie Schill, Earle Brown Charter School.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    7. Annie DeNeui, Stacy Steine, Molly Spychalski and Meredith Olson, Target.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    8. Leah Huges and Debra deNoyelles showcase an art kit.

  • Event Snapshots: HelmsBriscoe Gives Back at the Radison Blu

     
    FROM THE Spring 2015 ISSUE
     

    9. Randy Koch, Earle Brown Charter School, encourages Jenny Heger, North Metro Minneapolis CVB.

HelmsBriscoe, a global leader in meeting procurement, hosted its fifth annual HB Cares event, which impacted seven local charities including the Ronald McDonald House Twin Cities, Love Your Melon, The Simpson House, Bloomington Theatre and Art Center, MN Assistance Council for Veterans, Earle Brown Charter School and National Ataxia Foundation. The end-of-the-year holiday party was held at the Radisson Blu at the Mall of America on November 20. The firm raised over $70,000 this year to purchase care packages and other goods for the charities. Associates, clients and partners worked together at various stations throughout the night to assemble packages for homeless families, children going through chemotherapy, veterans, teen moms and more.

Over 400 association executives, staff and members of the hospitality community connected at the Associations North Solutions Conference at Mystic Lake Center on June 13-14. The conference consisted of the Annual Meeting & Expo, a Cornholapalooza (bean bag tournament) and a Golf Classic, and an open-concept trade show.

 

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