Compliments

Julie,
Just a quick note to say thank you so much for your partnership and hard work on so many fronts-- but especially on Tourism Day at the Capitol. It would not have happened without you! Your attention to detail and willingness to do "whatever it takes" are absolutely astounding. Thank you so much!

— Kevin Langston, Deputy Commissioner for Toursim
Georgia Department of Economic Development

Thank you again for a perfect week. Everyone enjoyed all the activites and especially the Groundbreaking Ceremony & Reception. It was very organized and professional. Thank you!

— Lilach Gilboa, Caesarstone

The Caesarstone celebration was delightful in every way. We were expecting to be standing in the sun (or rain!) on a dusty or muddy field, straining to hear and see the master of ceremonies and other speakers, and dying of thirst and/or hunger in the middle of the afternoon. Instead, the groundbreaking was an elegant party with delicious food and drink; everyone enjoyed the ceremonies in perfect comfort, and we each now have a charming memento of the groundbreaking (mine is on my desk), easily portable in a signature orange Caesarstone bag! Dinner at Marker 107 was fun and relaxing in a beautiful setting, and our meal was wonderful—something for everyone. Thank you for your hard work in creating a lovely and memorable event.

— Carolyn Saffold Wilson, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP

Thank you so much for everything you did to make our wedding dreams a reality. Everyone asked me if it was hard to put together a wedding out of town, and I said not at all! We've got Julie! I really appreciate all the extra little things you did for us, from answering our family's questions about etiquette to hunting down the perfect veil when mine went missing on the wedding day! We chose to work with you because you seemed to be easy to work with as well as knowledgeable and we were right. You became a trusted friend in the process and it was so much fun to have you share in our excitement! All of our vendors told us what a joy you were to work with as well, and how organized you were. Thank you again and we hope to see you when we visit Savannah, our special city!

— Ann, Columbus, GA

The conference was very successful and everyone was impressed with the hospitality shown by the Athens community. I know that preparing for this kind of event takes months of preparation and is a team effort. I would like to thank you and your team for all of your hard work and congratulate you on a job well done.

— Heidi Green, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Economic Development

It was great to be part of such a successful 10th anniversary celebration of the opening of the International Trade and Convention Center. It was a pleasure meeting you, and I appreciate your hospitality in accommodating my staff and me. Thanks for taking such great care of me during our visit.

— Casey Cagle, Lieutenant Governor of Georgia

The attention to detail, complete itinerary, and being everywhere we needed you made our lives so much easier as we hosted our guests who arrived in Savannah.

— Kristi, Las Vegas, NV

When we lost our first wedding from Hurricane Katrina, I thought our wedding would never be what I dreamed it would be so many times…[but] It was perfectly planned down to every detail. Everyone fell in love with your town and commented on how wonderful it was to be in another city where no one had to be reminded of our reality back in New Orleans. Sometimes I think about how I planned our first wedding for 9 months and you planned this wedding in just 2 months. Being displaced and trying to plan a wedding in a city that I did not know, was so overwhelming and you tolerated me during a time in my life that when I look back on it, I know that I was feeling lost. I was experiencing more emotions from the hurricane, from being separated from my family at such a hard time, and trying to plan another wedding than I would ever let surface. So I thank you for helping me keep my sanity, enabling me to get married and for giving me a wedding that we will never be able to forget.

— Kelley, New Orleans, Louisiana