Showing posts from March, 2013

Kevin Carter's 12th Annual Celebrity Waiter's Dinner with Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts

LEGACY clients and dear friends, Kevin Carter and Jay DeMarcus will once again dazzle Music City with an incredible and unique star-studded event.   This year's event is bitter sweet as the Make-A-Wish Ambassador, Noah (pictured) is back in the fight of cancer.   Our prayers are with Noah and his family as we realize how precious life is and what this event means to children with life-threatening illnesses.  There are a few tickets left!   Join us in this incredible cause! NFL Veteran Kevin Carter and Jay DeMarcus  of Rascal Flatts  to Host Annual Celebrity Waiters Dinner at The Palm 12 th Annual Kevin Carter’s “Waiting for Wishes”  Celebrity Waiter’s Dinner  to be held on April 2 nd Kevin Carter & Noah, 2013 Waiting for Wishes / Make-A-Wish Ambassador (NASHVILLE, Tenn.)--- March 7, 2013 – Former Tennessee Titan, now ESPNU Sports Analyst Kevin Carter will once again host his annual “Waiting for Wishes” Celebrity Waiter’s Dinner along with co-host Ja

Spice Up Your Next Gathering

  By Kristen-Leigh Sheft It can be tough finding interesting ways to host your clients or friends.   LEGACY Events recently planned a truly unique cocktail reception for one of our clients, so we thought we would share it with our blog readers. As a take on the recent article , Spirits of the South , as seen in Garden and Gun magazine, we helped our client host their VIPs for a unique cocktails and hors d’ oeuvres reception at The Southern in downtown Nashville. The soiree featured several southern spirits like Belle Meade Bourbon, Tito’s Vodka, Popcorn Sutton’s to name a few, with guests sampling unique recipes that included these distilleries.       We welcomed Nelson’s GreenBrier Distillery and the two brothers / co-owners, Andy and Charlie Nelson, to attend and mingle with the crowd.   After re-establishing the family’s business in 2009, brothers Andy and Charlie Nelson have helped make Belle Meade Bourbon one of the distillery’s signature brands used in Old Fash

Planning a Corporate Retreat

    by Kristen-Leigh Sheft  Planning an event can be stressful. Planning a multi-day event is even tougher, especially a corporate retreat. Typically, when employees hear the words "corporate retreat" they feel anxious about being locked away with their co-workers for an extended period of time.   But, these occassions do not have to be filled with awkward icebreakers and uncomfortable bonding activities.   In fact, they can be quite fun, informative, and invigorating. On February 24th and 25th, LEGACY celebrated its first corporate retreat at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville.   The five team members had an amazing time sharing stories, laughing and getting to know one another.   The retreat was short and sweet and included some of our favorite things like a champagne tasting, catering in one of the beautiful suites, games, goal setting, meaningful discussions and, of course, fun prizes. As an event planning company, we wanted to share some