DE Ends Summer with a Bang!

As the temperatures begin to drop and the leaves begin to change, the DE team is taking a brief moment to catch our breath! September for many is the last chance for summer fun as we prep for the Fall, for DE September proved to be one of our busiest and productive months this year. Our clients brought not only their hopes for successful meetings, but also big dreams for impressing their attendees. DE met the challenge(s) head-on and turned each dream into a reality thanks to the hard work of our team and partners!

During the month of September DE oversaw the transformation of ballrooms into DC neighborhoods, complimented the beauty of several area museums with decor, helped to redesign a home for a community project, supported wellness with a 5k fun run, built up team morale with fun outings, and organized the transportation to get everyone from here, to there, to everywhere!

We at DE really got a tour of the DC Metro area while operating these many different programs. We started most of the journeys along side our clients at each of the area airports and Union Station. We visited several different neighborhoods and areas like; Tyson’s Corner, Anacostia, the C & O Towpath in Georgetown, Freedom Plaza downtown, and National Harbor in Oxon Hill, MD. We were also privileged to work within a number of DC’s great venues such as; The Willard, National Museum of American History, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington Hilton, and Daughters of the American Revolution.

DE sends warms thanks to our clients and partners to making this busy wrap-up to summer (aka September) such a success and so much fun!

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Glen Fuhrmeister, Account Manager


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