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THE 63rd ANNUAL IFEA CONVENTION, EXPO & RETREAT IS DESIGNED TO INFORM AND ELEVATE ALL OF YOUR PERSPECTIVES;providing access to many points-of view; increasing awareness of changing technologies, trends, issues, opportunities and risks; and extending educational and networking opportunities to share and grow your professional experience and expertise.

WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL PLAN NOW TO JOIN US(with your staffs, boards, key volunteers, city representatives, sponsors and vendors) as we welcome the world’s top events, host markets and industry experts, for an unforgettable opportunity to evaluate, prepare for and respond to the many critical and changing perspectives that are influencing our industry and all those that we depend on.

WE PROMISE THAT YOU WILL LEAVE WITH MULTIPLE FRESH PERSPECTIVES OF YOUR OWN.Can You Afford to Miss It?
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Monday, October 1
 

9:00am PDT

IFEA 63rd Annual Convention Open: Changing Perspectives
The 63rd Annual IFEA Convention & Expo officially opens on Monday, October 1st at 9:00 a.m. Including welcomes from IFEA industry leaders and an unforgettable performance by the internationally acclaimed Sultans of String, we will set the stage for our time together over the coming days, from all perspectives, as we look to the future and explore the growing and important roles that the events and industry we are all a part of continue to play in our cities, communities and the world around us.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Sam Lemheney, CFEE

Sam Lemheney, CFEE

IFEA Foundation Board, 2018 Board Chair, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Chief of Shows & Events
avatar for Jeff Curtis

Jeff Curtis

IFEA World Board, 2018 Board Chair, Portland Rose Festrival Foundation , Executive Director
Jeff Curtis is the Chief Executive Officer of the Portland Rose Festival Foundation, the nonprofit organization that produces one of the world's top special events, the Portland Rose Festival. Originally hired as a sponsorship manager and later promoted to Director of Sales & Marketing... Read More →
avatar for Steven Wood Schmader

Steven Wood Schmader

President & CEO, International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA World)
Steven Wood Schmader, CFEE, is the President & CEO of the International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA World), which celebrates 63 years as the “Premiere Association Supporting and Enabling Festival & Event Professionals Worldwide” in 2018. The IFEA operates with a vision... Read More →

Artists
avatar for Sultans of String

Sultans of String

The IFEA is pleased to welcome 3– time JUNO Awardnominees and Billboard charting band Sultans of String.Helping us to get things off with a memorable musicalperspective, Sultans of String creates “Energetic and excitingmusic from a band with talent to burn!” according to MaverickMagazine... Read More →

Sponsors

Monday October 1, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am PDT
Room - Town & Country Ballroom

10:00am PDT

Keynote Speaker: Creating New Perspectives…The Strategy of Event & Place Branding
More than ever, festivals and events have become key tools in the process of "place-making." Through international examples, this inspiring keynote will demonstrate how places of all sizes are working with event organizers to build powerful brand experiences. 

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Jeannette Hanna

Jeannette Hanna

Chief Strategist, Trajectory
Perhaps it’s her journalism training that drives Jeannette’s obsession with the stories of organizations and places. As co-author of Ikonica, A Field Guide to Canada’s Brandscape she explored the interdependencies of commerce, culture and community. It’s a theme that’s been... Read More →

Sponsors

Monday October 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am PDT
Room - Town & Country Ballroom

11:15am PDT

Perspective from Down-Under: Inside the Australia Day Celebration
Australia Day is one national day with many audiences because Australia is a diverse nation. Organisers have worked closely with stakeholders in recent years to develop programming that reflects the Indigenous, European and multicultural heritage. In 2018, Sydney’s celebration took on technical challenges to create a new centrepiece that showcased this diversity to a local audience and through national broadcast.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Jan Willett

Jan Willett

Director of Events, New South Wales (Australia) Department of Premier & Cabinet
Jan Willett oversees the production of large, public events including Australia Day, victory celebrations for sporting teams, and commemorative events. She leads the coordination of government services for events and streamlines the working relationship between event organisers and... Read More →


Monday October 1, 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 3&4

11:15am PDT

The IFEA City-Event Project Challenge
What could we accomplish if we pooled our expertise with that of our global peers? Here’s your opportunity to find out, to test your creative skill-set against a real-world challenge, and to spend some formal and informal time strengthening your professional network.

Participants will be divided into teams (selected randomly on Day One of the convention) and presented with a specially-selected host city challenge, to be solved using the power of events. Teams will then have the remainder of the convention (days and evenings) to meet, research, brainstorm, and plan the ultimate answer to the assigned task-at-hand.

Presentation of solutions will be on the final afternoon of the convention and judged by an impartial panel of industry and host city professionals. For a combination of fun, education, professional networking and…perhaps…bragging rights, you won’t want to miss the IFEA City-Event Challenge!

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for William O'Toole, CFEE

William O'Toole, CFEE

Events Development Specialist, Event Project Management System (EPMS)
Bill is the IFEA's 2018 Hall of Fame Recipient, the highest honor awarded in our industry.  One of the most globally connected and influential professionals in the festivals and events industry today, Bill O’Toole’s unusual career path could be titled ‘The Accidental Tourist... Read More →


Monday October 1, 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm PDT
Room - Golden West

2:15pm PDT

Affinity Group 'Common Ground' Discussions
IFEA convention attendees have a unique opportunity to share "common ground” with professional peers while discussing current trends and issues during our popular "Affinity Group” Sessions. Bring your questions and input to these valuable open-topic exchange sessions and let the conversation begin. Each Affinity Group has been assigned a Moderator to help keep the discussions flowing smoothly.

Monday October 1, 2018 2:15pm - 3:45pm PDT
See assigned rooms for each topic area.

2:15pm PDT

Affinity Group: Arts Events
Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Stephen King, CFEE

Stephen King, CFEE

Executive Director, Des Moines Arts Festival
Stephen M. King, CFEE, is the executive director of the Des Moines Arts Festival® in Des Moines, Iowa and currently serves as Chairman of the International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) World Board of Directors. Projects throughout his career in events have garnered more... Read More →


Monday October 1, 2018 2:15pm - 3:45pm PDT
Room - Towne (Meeting House Conference Center)

2:15pm PDT

Affinity Group: CEO's
Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Jim Holt, CFEE

Jim Holt, CFEE

President & CEO, Memphis in May International Festival


Monday October 1, 2018 2:15pm - 3:45pm PDT
Room - San Diego

2:15pm PDT

Affinity Group: Parades
Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Ed Bautista, CFEE

Ed Bautista, CFEE

Chief Creative & Strategic Officer, Bautista Event Specialists Team (BEST), Chief Creative and Strategic Officer
Ed Bautista has been in the festival and events industry for over 25 years in various capacities. A long-time employee of the city of San Jose, Ed is also a member of the Chicago Festival Association's Board of Directors and the Chief Creative & Strategic Officer with the Bautista... Read More →


Monday October 1, 2018 2:15pm - 3:45pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salon 4
 
Tuesday, October 2
 

8:30am PDT

Inspire the Industry - Changing Perspectives: Building a Better Event Leader - Bringing the Industry and Academia of Event Management Together
As we look to the future and sustainability of our industry, from all creative, business, marketing, and financial vantage points, we have come to understand that the natural evolution of our industry necessitates changing perspectives; one in which the professional and academic sides of the equation must grow closer together through new partnerships and the creation of new opportunities to help us all support, encourage, train and build better event leaders for the future.

The IFEA is proud and pleased to welcome one of the leading global academic authorities in our field to help us define that route and prepare for new journeys that lie ahead. Donald Getz, PhD., Professor Emeritus, University of Calgary, Canada, is a highly-respected researcher and industry consultant; a leading international tourism and event-studies scholar; and the author or co-author of well over 100 refereed journal articles, as well as a series of bestselling books, including his most recent and just-released new title, Event Evaluation: Theory and Methods for Event Management and Tourism (2018 Goodfellow Publishers) and upcoming titles Event Stakeholders (with Mathilda Van Niekerk) and Event and Tourism Impact Assessment.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Donald Getz, PhD

Donald Getz, PhD

Professor Emeritus, University of Calgary
Professor. Getz has been a pioneer in the development of event studies, including event management and event tourism. He is author of numerous journal articles, books, and book chapters on these subjects, and has delivered many conference speeches and professional workshops. Since... Read More →

Sponsors

Tuesday October 2, 2018 8:30am - 9:30am PDT
Room - Town & Country Ballroom

9:45am PDT

Controlling the Message: Creating a Social Media Marketing Plan
We have all heard about the many countless social media platforms that are available to our events , but how do you begin to prioritize your limited time and resources to ensure that you are maximizing the effort and the returns.  How do you create a Social Media Plan to work within your finite budget, your strategic vision and other critical considerations.  Join us for this  important  session by IFEA Association Partner and industry  leader, Saffire.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Jessica Bybee-Dziedzic

Jessica Bybee-Dziedzic

Director of Partnerships, Saffire
Jessica has a comprehensive background in online marketing, social media and website strategy. In 2007, she joined Wright Strategies, managing online projects for clients including KEEN Footwear, Nike and Frito Lay. In 2009, the Wright Strategies team created Saffire, providing events... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 9:45am - 10:45am PDT
Room - San Diego
  Educational Breakout

9:45am PDT

New Perspectives: Revisiting & Strengthening Your Event Brand
We can all find ourselves in a forward-motion world where it feels like we are making progress, but we're not sure if we are accomplishing the things that will improve our brand and image, or are , perhaps, simply running in place.  Come hear from two industry leaders and experts about how and when to revisit your event and the value of doing so. 

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Diana Mayhew, CFEE

Diana Mayhew, CFEE

President, National Cherry Blossom Festival
avatar for Jeannette Hanna

Jeannette Hanna

Chief Strategist, Trajectory
Perhaps it’s her journalism training that drives Jeannette’s obsession with the stories of organizations and places. As co-author of Ikonica, A Field Guide to Canada’s Brandscape she explored the interdependencies of commerce, culture and community. It’s a theme that’s been... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 9:45am - 10:45am PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 1&2

2:00pm PDT

Joy & Wonder: Reimagining Parades to Inspire, Entertain, Involve and Celebrate Community
Parades have been an iconic part of community events for generations, but with the changing perspectives of new generations, new sponsors, the changing world of media and our evolving communities, as well as an understanding of the power of events to impact and involve attendees around the globe, what/who could and should the parades of the future include, serve, and look like? Join our expert panel of current parade executives and past parade executives who are still in Marketing and Advertising, with different perspectives and the experience to look at things from close-in and from afar. for an open dialogue as we reimagine parades and the joy and wonder that they leave behind. 

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Ed Bautista, CFEE

Ed Bautista, CFEE

Chief Creative & Strategic Officer, Bautista Event Specialists Team (BEST), Chief Creative and Strategic Officer
Ed Bautista has been in the festival and events industry for over 25 years in various capacities. A long-time employee of the city of San Jose, Ed is also a member of the Chicago Festival Association's Board of Directors and the Chief Creative & Strategic Officer with the Bautista... Read More →
avatar for Dodie Howlett, CFEE

Dodie Howlett, CFEE

Chicago Christmas Parade, Former Operations Director, Kentucky Derby Festival, Director of Advertising & Promotions
avatar for Rachael Trice, CFEE

Rachael Trice, CFEE

Portland Rose Festival, Former Marketing Director, PHBA, Vice President of Marketing & Events
avatar for Laura Farber

Laura Farber

Executive Vice President, Pasadena Tournament of Roses
avatar for Jessica Kaminskas

Jessica Kaminskas

Chief Operating Officer, The Parade Company


Tuesday October 2, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 1&2

3:15pm PDT

Events as Builders of Economic and Community Impact
Special events attract people to places, activating and spotlighting the potential of venues and their surrounding areas. The Port of San Diego facilitates, sponsors and promotes an extensive range of events in over 20 waterfront locations that provide community enjoyment of  San Diego Bay and economic impact to the region. Learn how the Port utilizes strategic partnerships and sponsorship resources to support special events throughout 34 miles of bay front spanning five cities.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Jim Hutzelman

Jim Hutzelman

Special Events Director, Port of San Diego
Jim Hutzelman oversees the permitting and logistics for special events and special uses of the Port of San Diego’s 22 parks, public open spaces, piers and terminals on San Diego Bay. Jim is responsible for developing partnerships with the producers of major special events and for... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm PDT
Room - San Diego

3:15pm PDT

Ignite! Your Perspective: Idea Generator Session
We have the foundation for your new ideas and creative plans built and ready for you.  New perspectives, new programming, new sales and the best ways to activate your ideas, your promotions and your sponsors! Come join us to spark the ideas that will light up your special event!

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Ted Baroody, CFEE

Ted Baroody, CFEE

President, Norfolk Festevents
Ted Baroody is a graduate of North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. After college he moved to Norfolk, Virginia to start his own small sports marketing company, Victory Promotions. After a couple of years of power boat racing production under Victory Promotions... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 5&6

3:15pm PDT

Strengthening Our Partnerships and Mutual Successes with Concessionaires
Too often - hopefully unintentionally - we see our vendors and concessionaires as adversaries to be watched-over and mistrusted , when in-fact, they are some of our greatest, most creative partners.  A relationship that can help ensure our mutual bottom-line success, as well as enhancing the overall event experience for our attendees.  The IFEA has asked industry partner NICA (National Independent Concessionaires Association) to come help us all expand the creative conversation of how to maximize the returns for everyone! 

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Michelle Card

Michelle Card

Executive Direcrtor, National Independent Concessionaires Association (NICA)


Tuesday October 2, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 1&2

3:15pm PDT

The Changing Event Roles of Parks Departments and How to Maximize the Partnership
Do you work with a parks department for your events? Are you best friends? Whether you are or you aren't, come learn from San Diego's newest public event venue. Waterfront Park has been open for 4 years and we have plenty of lessons learned and success stories to share that will help you take your own partnership to the next level. 

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Christine Lafontant

Christine Lafontant

Region Manager, County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation
Christine Lafontant is a Region Manager for the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation. She is responsible for managing park facilities including Waterfront Park, one of the county’s most significant outdoor event venues, and coordinating major special events such... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 3&4

4:30pm PDT

Creating Excitement for Your Parade
Looking for more entries for your parade? Something different? Find out how to research entries to add to the fun, color and excitement of your parade. This workshop discusses the entertainment value of a parade, the content to make a parade more entertaining and how to obtain fun and creative entries.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Ray Pulver

Ray Pulver

Owner, Upbeat Parade Productions
Ray Pulver, Owner of Upbeat Parade Productions, is an event producer and consultant, specializing in parades, with over 35 years of experience. He currently works with 17 parades in California and Nevada and has coordinated numerous others on both the east and west coasts. Ray works... Read More →


Tuesday October 2, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 3&4
  Educational Breakout

4:30pm PDT

Plan the Work, Work the Plan. Marketing Plans for Festivals & Events
All the planning in the world won’t make for a successful event unless it is properly marketed....which requires a plan of it's own! This session will talk about how to develop an effective marketing plan and considerations for working with traditional media (television, newspaper and radio…yes, they are still around and still important) as well as today’s newest technology options.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Penny McBride, CFEE

Penny McBride, CFEE

President & CEO, Fredericksburg, Texas Chamber of Commerce


Tuesday October 2, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 1&2
  Educational Breakout
 
Wednesday, October 3
 

8:30am PDT

Inspire the Industry - Inside Perspective: The Quickly Growing Event Roles, Expectations and Challenges of Global Host Cities
All cities are experiencing an exponential growth in the number of events that they must now try to effectively service, protect and budget for. For most this has come about through a gradual evolution. For the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, their country’s 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration in 2017 brought about the equivalent of an event ‘ice bucket’ challenge, with scores of new events (many major undertakings on their own) being introduced and many more existing ones stepping up to new levels of needs and expectations, all in a one-year period. This intense gauntlet of preparation, process and production was an unqualified and memorable success, but those who served ‘behind-the-curtain’ (i.e. construction coordination, human resource planning, assessing risk and mitigation activity, intergovernmental relations, allocation of space, minimizing impacts on residents, working with the local businesses, funding, et al.) while the spotlight was on their city for 365 straight days, learned many new and valuable lessons, faced both expected and unexpected challenges, and helped to set the stage as the city looks to the future of event and city partnerships in the nation’s capital.
You won’t want to miss this special presentation.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Daniel Brisebois

Daniel Brisebois

Director of 2017 Operations & Special Events, City of Ottawa
avatar for Catherine Callary

Catherine Callary

Senior Director of Destination Development, Ottawa Tourism
avatar for Allison Dixon

Allison Dixon

Senior Manager of Canada 150, Public Service & Procurement Canada
avatar for Ghislain Lamothe

Ghislain Lamothe

2017 Operations Project Manager of Communications Planning, City of Ottawa
avatar for Mark Nethercott

Mark Nethercott

2017 Operations Planner, Ottawa Police Service
avatar for Gil Tait

Gil Tait

Program Manager of Traffic Management, City of Ottawa
avatar for City of Ottawa Special Event Advisory Team

City of Ottawa Special Event Advisory Team

Special Event Advisory Team, City of Ottawa
Our special ‘Inspire the Industry’ session features the Special Event Advisory Team from the City of Ottawa, including:•    Ottawa Operations & Special Events•    Ottawa Police Service•    Ottawa Tourism•    Ottawa Traffic Management•    Ottawa Communications... Read More →

Sponsors

Wednesday October 3, 2018 8:30am - 9:30am PDT
Room - Town & Country Ballroom

9:45am PDT

Creating the Better Community Festival Experience
This educational session has one goal ... to teach you  how  to  make  the  stakeholder  experience  at  festivals better!  Its focus is on understanding the basics  of  festivity  and  using  this  knowledge  to  design optimal experiences.  It is time to put your festival attendees into the “Zone.”

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Vern Biaett, Jr., CFEE

Vern Biaett, Jr., CFEE

Assistant Professor of Event Management, High Point University
Following 20 years of festival and event production for the cities of Phoenix and Glendale, Arizona, in 2006 Vern became a faculty associate at Arizona State University where he taught event management courses in a certificate program he co-created. In 2013 he completed his PhD in... Read More →


Wednesday October 3, 2018 9:45am - 10:45am PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 5&6

9:45am PDT

Partnership Perspective: Maximizing the Opportunities and Minimizing the Challenges of Food Trucks at Your Event
Food trucks have become not only a trend-unto-themselves, but an important evolution of and consideration when it comes to providing quality food and beverage options to festival and event attendees.  Not unlike any other critical and revenue-impacting piece of the operations puzzle,  it is important that we understand both the challenges and opportunities for both sides of this partnership, allowing us all to maximize the returns to everyone. In this valuable session we'll be discussing ways to utilize food trucks at your festival, with an emphasis on the best ways to reach out and book food trucks for your events and to collect payments.


Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Matthew Geller

Matthew Geller

CEO, National Food Truck Association
Matt Geller is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Southern California Mobile Food Vendors Association and the Founding President of the National Food Truck Association.  The SoCal MFVA is a non-profit organization that represents upwards of 130 mobile vendors in Southern California.  Under... Read More →


Wednesday October 3, 2018 9:45am - 10:45am PDT
Room - San Diego

1:15pm PDT

IFEA City-Event Project Challenge Wrap-Up
What could we accomplish if we pooled our expertise with that of our global peers? Here’s your opportunity to find out, to test your creative skill-set against a real-world challenge, and to spend some formal and informal time strengthening your professional network.

Participants were divided into teams (selected randomly on Day One of the convention) and presented with a specially-selected host city challenge, to be solved using the power of events. Teams had the remainder of the convention (days and evenings) to meet, research, brainstorm, and plan the ultimate answer to the assigned task-at-hand.

Come hear their presentation of solutions, judged by an impartial panel of industry and host city professionals. For a combination of fun, education, professional networking and…perhaps…bragging rights, you won’t want to miss the wrap-up of our first convention  IFEA City-Event Challenge!

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for William O'Toole, CFEE

William O'Toole, CFEE

Events Development Specialist, Event Project Management System (EPMS)
Bill is the IFEA's 2018 Hall of Fame Recipient, the highest honor awarded in our industry.  One of the most globally connected and influential professionals in the festivals and events industry today, Bill O’Toole’s unusual career path could be titled ‘The Accidental Tourist... Read More →


Wednesday October 3, 2018 1:15pm - 2:45pm PDT
Room - Golden West

3:00pm PDT

Creative Perspective: Keeping Your Event Fresh
If your festival is not growing, it is dying.  What can you do to break out of "same old, same old" thinking and propel your event into the future.  This session will offer practical suggestions and fresh perspectives for continued festival sustainability.

Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Cindy Lerick, CFEE

Cindy Lerick, CFEE

President & CEO, Sausalito Arts Festival
Cindy Lerick is the interim Executive Director of the Sausalito Art Festival in Sausalito, California; a position that she accepted in 2017 to help the organization through an internal transition period.  Prior to that move, she served as the Executive Director/President of the Saint... Read More →
avatar for Ira Rosen, MA, CFEE

Ira Rosen, MA, CFEE

Assistant Professor/Program Director - Event Leadership Executive Certificate Program, Temple University School of Sport Tourism and Hospitality Management
Mr. Ira L. Rosen is an Assistant Professor with Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. He teaches several event management courses and directs the School’s award-winning Event Leadership Executive Certificate Program. Additionally, for over twenty-five... Read More →


Wednesday October 3, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
Room - Royal Palm Salons 3&4

4:15pm PDT

Closing Session Keynote - Untethered Perspective: The Power of Events to Shape a City and Build Community
What are the key parameters of a successful 21st Century large scale event to secure political and community support while contributing to the success of your city?

Helping us put a fitting cap on our 63rd Annual IFEA Convention, we are very pleased to welcome Guy Laflamme, Director of the spectacular Ottawa 2017 year-long calendar of extraordinary events, which served as the centrepiece of Canada’s 150th sesquicentennial year celebration and left over 11 million attendees with memories to last a lifetime.

2016 Chair of the IFEA World Board, few professionals in our industry have imagined, produced and experienced the intense scope and scale of events that effectively changed how Canada’s capitol and other global event cities around the world now think of the power of events.

Guy Laflamme specializes in the creation, production and marketing of cultural, recreational and tourism products, with 25 years’ experience in the field. He has attended festivals and events in over 25 different countries, providing a global perspective on best practices in the industry. He is an instructor on Event Management at the University of Ottawa.




Speakers / Moderators
avatar for Guy Laflamme, MBA

Guy Laflamme, MBA

International Public Speaker, Ottawa 2017 Celebration, Executive Director
Guy Laflamme was the Director of the spectacular Ottawa 2017 year-long calendar of extraordinary events, which served as the centerpiece of Canada’s 150th sesquicentennial year celebration and left over 11 million attendees with memories to last a lifetime.2016 Chair of the IFEA... Read More →

Sponsors

Wednesday October 3, 2018 4:15pm - 5:30pm PDT
Room - Town & Country Ballroom