WASHINGTON, D.C., June 30, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — With over 15 years of experience coordinating events and providing protocol guidance to senior U.S. government officials and Members of Congress, today, Gretchen Learman Burrier, announced the formal launch of her special events and international protocol company Blue Ribbon Events. The name Blue Ribbon Events is based on her passion for all things equestrian.
In addition to her extensive event planning background, Burrier has worked in congressional affairs, served as a communications director on Capitol Hill, as an acting press director for a federal agency, and has worked extensively over her career and personal life with dignitaries, celebrities, and other VIPs.
Blue Ribbon Events will specialize in executing the following types of events: * Charity Functions; * Teas; * Showers; * Black Tie Affairs; * Cocktail Reception; * Birthday Parties; * Holiday Parties; * Panel Discussions; * Press Conferences; * Destination Weddings in Ireland.
Protocol guidance is also available for individuals traveling overseas or those hosting international guests at their events.
“One of my goals is to make your event first-class, seamless behind the scenes, and unforgettable,” Burrier says. “My clients trust me and know that they can hand me the reins from start to finish, and actually enjoy their event with their guests.”
“Let Blue Ribbon Events plan your next event. Whether you need assistance planning a shower, cocktail party, holiday gathering, traditional tea, simply writing the perfect toast or remarks, or guidance on international protocol, our team can provide you with the guidance and coordination you are looking for,” concludes Burrier.
Please contact Blue Ribbon Events to begin planning your next affair. Gretchen Learman Burrier is available for media interviews upon request.
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