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March 2021

Hosting an event can be a great way to promote a valuable brand, stimulate professional collaborations, and foster newfound camaraderie around important causes. Whatever your intent for hosting one, the money it takes to throw one is no joke. In fact, most event planners and corporations who are eager to host something end up not doing so simply because they lack funding. Luckily, you don’t have to meet the same fate. Just consider the following

Ever since the global pandemic started in 2020, many event planners were either forced to switch to virtual or hybrid events. This compromise was often made to keep shareholders happy and ensure that everyone got their profits and what the attendees paid for, especially if it was a long-awaited affair. However, since there’s a lack of value and excitement, many are often hesitant to go. Fortunately for you, there’s a chance to flip people’s expectations

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses were forced to cancel their events. In some ways, 2021 may also be the same. The good news is that may no longer be the case as mass vaccination drives, stricter social distancing protocols, and adherence to boosting one’s immune system are allowing event planners and prospective attendees to host gatherings.  Since you still cannot host mass corporate affairs, and some are still afraid to attend in-person events, you

Many companies postponed or canceled in-person events due to the global pandemic. Others maximize the use of digital platforms to stay connected with their target audience. As the world continues to adapt to the new normal, you may now start planning to hold in-person events again. Conducting in-person events allows you to give your attendees a one-of-a-kind experience and establish strong connections. However, in the post-COVID-19 world, the last thing you want is for your participants


Utah Motorsports Campus is Utah’s Largest Outdoor Event Venue and an automotive, motorcycle, and go-kart racing facility located 30 miles west of Salt Lake City in the Tooele Valley.


512 Sheep Lane, Grantsville, UT 84074
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