Resources for the event! 🙂
Here is a list of resources that you may want or need for the event. If there is anything else you need, let me know. I will do my best to get it for you.
You can email me directly at: Matt@Breakthrough-Champion.com
Peanut Allergy Sign for Event Room: Right Click and Choose Save Image As
You do not need to put out this sign. This is for your convenience should you choose to do so.
5lb Chocolate Bar: Get it directly from the Hershey’s Website
I highly recommend choosing the “Cold Pack” option as well, even if you are ordering the chocolate bar during the winter. Many warehouses that ship for UPS may be heated, or the conveyer belts that items travel on may get warm. To be safe and ensure that we don’t have any issues with the chocolate, please choose “Cold Pack” when checking out.
Hershey Kisses: We need a minimum of 3 Hershey Kisses per “expected” attendee. You can buy Hershey Kisses at just about every CVS, Walgreens or Wal-Mart in the United States and Canada. However if you prefer to buy and ship them directly from Hershey’s, you can buy a 25lb case of Hershey Kissess here: http://www.hersheysstore.com/product/kisses-brand-milk-chocolates-25-lb-case, this is roughly 2000 pieces, so generally speaking it’s more than enough. There is no preference on the type of flavor or wrapper color of the Hershey Kisses that you buy. You may buy all one kind, or a mix, your choice. We just need to be sure that there are enough for 3 Kisses per attendee.
Power: I’ll need access to power in the corner of the room. Generally out of sight from attendees. I need power based on the number of attendees you are expecting.
Under 50: 1 Corner Location
50-100: 2 Corner Locations
100-200: 3 Corner Locations
200+: All Corner Locations
If we can’t have power in the corners of the room, I’ll just need a place to plug in something that is as close to the corner as possible, on the floor, and somewhat discrete from view.
Seating: While often times attendees are places around tables of ten (rounds), that is not as ideal for this event. I certainly understand if you cannot deviate from this setup, and if so, I’ll work around the table configuration. However the ideal attendee setup would be chairs placed side by side one another, as close to the middle of the room as possible (with an aisle down the middle).
My experience shows that most attendees gravitate toward the outside edges or the back. It’s actually very common. So if you have volunteer staff available to point these folks close to the middle and front, that would be #AWESOME!