Advancements in Epinephrine Can Actually be Valuable for Event Attendees »

Since I wrote this post in May on the historic law that makes Georgia safer for event attendees, I’m excited to be able to add 15 more states to the list of those allowing places of public

05 Sep

In the Meetings Industry, Bad Service Is a Disservice »

At some point, we have all experienced bad service at a restaurant. The exact experiences may vary, but bad service always leaves patrons feeling unfulfilled and well, sort of peeved.

What Happened at WEC… »

Earlier this month, I attended Meeting Professionals International’s (MPI) World Education Congress (WEC) in San Francisco as a speaker.

How to Avoid Food Allergy Catastrophes at Events »

I hate to be a downer, but when was the last time you thought about the worst case scenario at your event? Catastrophes can come in many forms: hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, acts of ter

21 Jul

Farm Fresh Kid’s Cooking Camp »

During three of the last four weeks I spent my days teaching a “Farm Fresh” Kid’s Cooking Camp hosted by The Cook’s Warehouse, Atlanta’s premier gourmet cookware s

16 Jul

3 Nights in Cabo with the DMC Network »

Last month I had the pleasure of speaking at the inaugural DMC Network Exchange event held at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Golf Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico.

10 Jul

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50 Year Marine Corps Basic School Graduation Celebration »

Last month, I had the honor and privilege to plan and execute the 50th reunion for my father’s US Marine Corps basic school class.

03 Jul

5 Simple Ways to Help You Save Money on F&B »

Tracy recently spoke with Meetings and Conventions magazine on how to negotiate a hotel contract in a seller’s market.

Tracy Stuckrath Named Among Top 25 Women in the Meetings Industry »

Yesterday I was honored and humbled to be named one of the Top 25 Women in the Meetings Industry by Meetings & Conventions magazine.

Historic Law Makes Georgia Events Safer for Attendees »

Last week, the governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal, signed a bill into law which makes Georgia events safer for attendees with food allergies.