Bravo Productions

65 Pine Avenue Suite 858, Long Beach 90802, California, Los Angeles County, United States

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An Award-winning, Full-Service Event Planning and Production Company Specializing in Staging World-class Functions Nationwide.

Founded in 1987, Bravo Productions is an award-winning, full-service event planning and production company specializing in designing and staging world-class corporate, association, government, military and non-profit functions nationwide. Bravo Productions has staged corporate and association networking receptions, grand opening and dedication ceremonies, product launches, ground-breaking events, conferences and meetings, outdoor public events, reunions, sales incentive events, business theater, company anniversaries, fundraising events, theme events, black-tie galas, company picnics, client and customer appreciation events, holiday parties, weddings, birthday parties and VIP receptions.

Bravo Productions' services include providing consultation, budget planning, creative design, audio visual, lighting and technical support, sets, props, scenery and decor, event management and production, floral, logistical support, spouse programs, entertainment, DJs, food and beverage/catering, equipment rentals and staging, speakers, site selection, vendor negotiations, online and onsite registration, transportation services, show direction and accommodations.

Bravo Productions has received numerous industry awards, including two Gala Awards by Special Events Magazine in the categories of Best Theme Décor - Budget $20,000 to $50,000 and Best Event Produced for a Corporation or Association - Budget $100,000 to $249,000. Bravo Productions received a Silver Tier Award for Innovation by Corporate EVENT Magazine. We've also been honored with numerous Communicator's Awards of Excellence, several PRism Award and Award of Excellence by the Public Relations Society of America for special event planning. Bravo Productions is the winner of four Esprit Awards and several WESTIE Awards by the International Special Events Society. Bravo Productions is also a two-time award nominee for Event Planner of the Year by Event Solutions Magazine.

Bravo Productions has been showcased in media outlets to include the US News & World Report, Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, Men's Health, Lighting & Sound, Southern California Meetings & Events, Martha Stewart Weddings.com, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Event Design, Stage Directions, Atlanta Journal & Constitution, MarketWatch, About.com, AmEx Open Forum, Fox News.com, KCBS-TV, Meetings & Conventions, Successful Meetings, Event Solutions, Special Events, Corporate Event Magazine, Smart Meetings, USA Today, Press Telegram, Robb Report and numerous business journals.

Again, we look forward to the possibility of working with you and please contact me if you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss how we can be of assistance.

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