• New Hires at LACC

     
    POSTED September 9, 2016
     

The Los Angeles Convention Center, a renowned event venue managed by AEG Facilities, recently announced that they hired Alexa M. Diaz as a marketing specialist, and, Adrienne Hall and Frank Keefer as senior event managers.

Diaz has more than four years of experience in the media and marketing industry, and a master’s degree in communications from California State University, Northridge. She will be responsible for LACC’s marketing endeavors, social campaigns, press releases and community relations.

LACC has also promoted from within, making Hall and Keefer the new senior event managers. Adrienne Hall worked with LACC for two years, and headed up events like The Longlines Masters, Wonder Con and SIGGRAPH.  rank Keefer has worked with LACC since December 2013, and has helped with events like The Grammy Celebration and the LA Auto Show.

 

Fellow, a gorgeous new restaurant and private event venue (capacity 650) in West Los Angeles, takes a sustainable and serious approach to its cocktail program. Bar director Adam Fournier, the  2021 U.S. World Class Bartender of the Year, repurposes kitchen and bar produce into cordials and kitchen stocks.

 

Darren K. Green, senior vice president of sales and services for L.A. Tourism, is feeling bullish on the future of meetings and conventions in Los Angeles. Here’s what he had to say in a recent chat with California Meetings + Events.

CAM+E: It’s great to hear that groups of all sizes can now meet in Los Angeles. Are large groups being cautious about gathering again, or are you seeing signs of a robust and quick recovery? 

 

On September 1, over 1,500 businesses across the country illuminated their buildings with red lights to draw attention to the devastation that the live events and performance art industries have faced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.