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New Department of Transportation Regulations for Mobile Tours

We love mobile tours around here and have been part of quite a few over the years. Mobile Tours, for the uninitiated, are essentially traveling events and can take on many forms and involve many different type of vehicles, including tour coaches, equipment transport, buses, food trucks, custom fabricated vehicles, SUVs and trailers – the whole deal.

That being so, many of the Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) regulations that govern mobile tours can be confusing, and we wanted to take the opportunity to pass along a few of these important rules for a safe mobile tour. If you’re considering hiring a mobile tour operator yourself, it’s best to check that they’re familiar with the current regulations. Read more…

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How to Screen Celebrity Speakers: Booking Tips for Your Event

It’s a tough wake-up call for readers of Perez Hilton or the Daily Mail: all those famous people who make headlines and sell newspapers don’t always make engaging speakers at events. Sure, big names are great at getting butts in seats, but it’s easy to forget that expertise or fame doesn’t necessarily relate to engaging stage presence unless the celebrity is familiar and comfortable with the in-front-of-a-podium format. Here are a few things to remember when booking a celebrity guest at your event. Read more…

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Post-Event Follow-Up: Why it Matters and How to Do It

You’ve planned it, it happened, it was a huge success. But that’s not quite the end of it. A good event includes a framework for event-wrap photo, video and news. Read more…

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Sesame Street at the White House: How Decibel Got Involved

In mid-June, the creators of Sesame Street began a new campaign “Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration” seeking to help young children whose parents are in prison. The campaign aims to reach out to the 2.7 million American kids who have one or both parents in jail, especially those under the age of 8. Sesame Street is teaming up with the White House’s Office of Public Engagement to help children better understand this separation and aid parents in talking about incarceration with their young ones.

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PR Smiths: Decibel Management Picks Up PRSA Silver Anvil

For the part it played in the production and tour events for the DoubleTree by Hilton Little Things Project, Decibel Management was awarded with its second Silver Anvil by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Read more…

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