Securing Local Event Staff in Dallas
Local Dallas Event Professionals
In the land where all things BIGGER are better, Dallas has been host to more than 500 meetings and conferences where GCG Event Partners has provided Onsite Meeting and Event Professionals. Our extensive network of local event staff allows us to hand-select from a pool of over 100 skilled and knowledgeable event professionals located in Dallas. We’ll search our network and find the best match based on your specific onsite needs and requirements.
Each of our members goes through an in-depth screening process which ensures that their qualifications meet GCG Event Partners’ unrivaled professional standards. This process supports our mission in selecting a local meeting planner who will serve as an extension of you, demonstrating expertise in onsite services professionally, knowlegably, and courteously.
Several Kinds Of Event Staff
Since 2003, GCG Event Partners has continued to demonstrate how we can be your greatest resource for securing local meeting professionals in Dallas. Our services include:
- On-Site Event Professionals
- On-Site Event Assistants
- Trade Show Professionals
- Travel Directors
- Registration Staff
- Event Staff
Save Time And Money
When it comes to hiring a local On-Site Meeting Professional in Dallas, rest assured you’re saving time and money. Gone are the days when you need to budget for travel expenses and hotel accommodations, not to mention you won’t be required to spend days away from your office. You will have secured a local GCG event professional who knows this city and is most likely familiar with your venue. As soon as you’ve confirmed your meeting date and venue, we can begin securing a meeting planner for you.
Big Tex, Dallas’ famous 55-foot cowboy, greets visitors at the annual State Fair of Texas is the tallest cowboy in Texas. (See photo)
Located in the heart of Downtown Dallas, the Dallas Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the nation. Here you’ll find museums, venues, and galleries celebrating a wide variety of fine art.
A Texas Instruments employee is credited with having invented the microchip, the thermal printer and the handheld calculator.
Based off the model of a 7-Eleven Slurpee machine, the first frozen margarita machine was invented in Dallas in 1971.
The Galleria Dallas is home to the tallest indoor Christmas tree in the US, decorated with over 250,000 lights and 10,000 ornaments.
Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Prior to its movie release in 1991, Director Oliver Stone spent $4 million to make Dealey Plaza appear as it did in November of 1963 for the film “JFK”.
The famous Dallas Cowboys were originally known as the Dallas Steers.
In 2011, Dallas became the only city to have hosted a World Series game, an NBA Finals game and the Super Bowl in the same year.
AT&T Stadium is the world’s largest column-free room.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is reported to be the third busiest airport in the world.
The Dallas area is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies including Exxon Mobil, JC Penney, AT&T, Texas Instruments, among others.