Getting Ready for the 2019 Digital Dinner

Apr 16, 2019


Often, planning an event can be stressful. Just ask anyone who has ever planned a wedding! But when it came to planning the 2019 Digital Dinner, it was also a lot of fun! Thanks to our fabulous co-chairs Beth Hoeg, COO, Trinisys and Deanna Steele, CIO, Ingram Content Group, event planning has been more like friends making decisions rather than the highly intricate planning processes. Some of the ways Digital Dinner planning was enjoyable was hosting weekly planning meetings that featured wine and finger foods (dubbed adult lunchables) and a Prep Party! As you can see by our pictures, our group had fun eating pizza, watching videos of the beautiful Frist Art Museum, and breaking in to groups to get things ready for the event. Special thanks to TechBridge TN Silver Sponsor Trinisys for allowing us to use their space to bring everyone together! We know that if we had this much planning the event, our attendees are going to have even more fun!


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