Walking The Runway Isn’t Easy. Only Hire Professional Promotional Models For Your Job!

Promotional models have the experience and expertise necessary for assisting high profile brand in modeling products and clothes, while also communicating critical marketing messages effectively.

Many marketing and promotional events for e.g. trade shows and runways require a model’s appearance to make the program successful. Read more

The Power of Posing: How Body Language Affects Your Events’ Success

The way we present ourselves speaks volumes about us as professionals. This is especially true for those interacting with clients on a day-to-day basis in person.

Our gestures impact the way we interact with people, no matter whom we interact with and where we interact with them. Read more

Why You Should Buy a Life Size Statue for Your Next Event

If you are planning an event and are looking for something unique, buying a life size statue can prove to be an incredible option. Not only is the life size statue a good investment, it can also add a sense of luxury and intrigue to your event. Read more

Love Receiving and Giving Gifts? There’s more to it than you think

Why do I love getting gifts? Because they’re gifts! That should be enough!


Although this may seem like a good enough reason for many, we’d like to delve into the details of it. The gifts we receive are based on our likes and personalities and perhaps, our understanding of that situation. But if we take that influence away and instead focus on the way we feel, it is then that we realize why many of us so deeply love receiving and giving gifts. Read more

What Does a Perfect New York-Themed Gift Consist of?

1When you think of a New York themed gift, what comes to your mind?

Maybe some chocolate, a generic NY travel mug, and perhaps a hat representing the New York Yankees (or whichever your favorite team is!) This is all well and good, but is this all New York City is about?

We beg to differ! Read more

The Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Winter Corporate Events

Thinking about the harsh, cold winter weather can bring feelings of dread, especially if you have to stay outside for a couple of hours. If you’re planning a corporate event in the outdoors, it can be difficult to convince your team not to cancel the plan.

However, many organizations have thrown winter corporate events — even fundraisers — resulting in success. The frosty weather should not stop you from carrying out your plans.

This article is specifically designed to help make winter corporate events a success.

  1. Hire an Event Staff: The best option you have to make your event a success is to hire an event staffing agency. A team of professionals know what is best, what should be avoided and the measures to be taken in case something goes wrong. They are experienced, plan ahead and can provide you with the best advice.
  2. The Location:Unfortunately, the right location is often times unavailable during the winter season. Therefore, it’s crucial that you research and plan ahead. Booking in advance can save you the problem of finding the right event space. Not only that, you will not have to settle for less than the best. The right location should have enough space with parking space for a hassle-free experience.
  1. Temporary Outdoor Structure: It’s important to make arrangements for temporary structure, such as a marquee or a tent.  However, make sure to choose something that doesn’t make your event look like a carnival.
  2. Heating Arrangements:This is crucial if you want your guests to have a good time and not freeze. Your event staff will be able to look into heating options available. Fortunately, there are now various heating options available and some companies even specialize in them.
  3. The Lighting: If your event is in the evening, it’s important that the lighting isn’t dim. It will make it easier for your guests to see where they are going. And especially when it comes to outdoor games, it’s crucial that there is sufficient lighting so injuries can be prevented. Another bonus is, photographs of the event will come out smooth. This way, you will be able to use them for the promotion of your brand.
  4. Catering: Your event isn’t complete without food. Not only is it important to hire services that provide the best services, it is essential that the menu fits the weather. Serving ice creams, soda pops and other cold foods is not only inappropriate, it will result in a negative image of your brand.

Make sure the menu is according to what is appropriate during the cold winter night. Soups and hot beverages should be included.

For a special events staffing agency, visit PUSH Agency or call 1 888 502-7575.