Meet Your Merchant: Bluebird Productions
Chelsea was working in marketing and public relations, and Virginia was working as the catering sales manager at The Little Nell, and realized that there was a need for an eco-friendly event company that was a one-stop-shop for all event needs. They also saw the need for modern interactive and social media integration into local events.
Bluebird Productions provides a modern approach to the event industry in the Roaring Fork Valley. Services include event coordination (wedding, social, corporate), event marketing/pr, destination management, social media management, gift bag creation and vendor and venue promotion.Bluebird Productions strives to make even the most over-the-top events as green and eco-friendly as possible.
As Bluebird Productions is a new business (officially launched this year), we took the lessons we learned over the past few years in our respective industries in mind while writing our business plan. While people will always find reasons to celebrate, even in a recession, the parties and weddings may not be as extravagant as they once were. Two of our services are based on revitalizing the event industry in Aspen. We would like to promote Aspen’s vendors and venues so their proprietors can focus on what they do best. Additionally, we would like to publicize events that occur in Aspen, for those desiring, so more people view Aspen as the “ideal” event destination.
We are both very outgoing motivated entrepreneurs that research new trends in the market on a daily basis. We believe that our modern approach to business will allow us to build our client base quickly.
The best things about running a business in the Roaring Fork Valley are that we are able to stay in this beautiful mountain town that we love and own a business doing what we love. When designing our core values and differentiating factors, we wanted to make sure that Bluebird Productions had a positive impact on the environment. We incorporate many eco-friendly practices into our own lives and are striving to eliminate the waste produced by events. As the top wedding trend of 2011 is green weddings, our goals are in line with the general public and our potential clients. Our livelihood will let us do what we love while protecting this beautiful place we call home.
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