On This Episode of Meeting Pros:
Jordan Glastetter & Denise Rindsberg with Let’s Celebrate
company name in the blog post. Since 1991, Atlanta based Let’s Celebrate has garnered numerous regional,national and international awards for their winning designs. Seven Allie Awards have been presented to the company in nine years for “Best Balloon Décor.”
Let’s Celebrate was amongst the top three companies nominated for a prestigious award in the industry by International Special Events for Best Balloon Sculptures.
Let’s Celebrate has been written up in the BellSouth regional newsletter and numerous articles about the company have appeared in newspapers, and magazines. CNN invited Denise as a guest speaker on the “TALK BACK LIVE” show. About the President: Denise Rindsberg has been president of Let’s Celebrate for 20 years. She is very recognized within the industry, and works on a local and international scale.
Denise has written numerous unique Centerpiece design books, and has lectured at many seminars, including The Atlanta Mart. She qualified as a CBA (Certified Balloon Artist) and won a scholarship to do a Leadership Program with Qualatex at their corporate Head Office. She served many years on the board of ISES (International Special Event Society) and won special recognition as Director of Programs.
Specialties:We are a dynamic event design company that will turn your special event of any size into an experience you will never forget. We will transform any idea into a dazzling setting, with ambiance that embraces every guest.
Our capabilities are extensive and feature award-winning balloon sculptures, distinctive theme décor ranging from backdrops to props incorporating floral designs, decorative linens, chair covers, and special lighting effects for both private and corporate functions.
Vanessa Parker with PinkBoss, Inc
Vanessa Parker balances family and entrepreneurship with flare and a style all her own. Her mission and purpose is to empower women to use their passion and skills to generate income that will allow them the flexibility to do what they love every day. Parker has taught several entrepreneurship workshops and currently teaching her Jr. CEO curriculum in the metro Atlanta area. She credits her success to community involvement and her drive to help women become economically self sufficient through entrepreneurship.