Mods and Venue Rockers theme for LCS fam weekend

London City Selection (LCS) has revealed the theme for its annual agent familiarisation weekend will be ‘Mods and Venue Rockers’.
 
The event takes place 6-7 March and, in a new initiative for 2015, the theme was selected from a number of proposed event concepts designed and presented by students enrolled on the Event Management for Marketing and Communication course at the Ashdown Academy, which runs courses at University of London and Kings College.
 
Alternative theme ideas from the students included Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, London Past and Present and an Around the World theme.
 
The ‘Mods and Rockers’ theme was selected by the LCS events committee and is being developed into a range of activities in keeping with the 1950s theme.

The annual LCS event will welcome UK agents and event planners, allowing member venues to showcase their event spaces while participating in fun activities and team challenges throughout the weekend, such as Hula Hoop and a Fashion Hunt Challenge.
 
Lorraine Butler, LCS events chair and sales and marketing manager at Middle Temple, recently appointed participating post-graduate student Eleanora Chimienti to the role of intern at Middle Temple to help with planning and management of the fam event.
 
“We’re so pleased with the choice of theme and all the LCS team are already getting excited for our 2015 fam. We are grateful to the students who worked hard to come up with the event concepts and it has been a highly successful initiative that we may look to repeat in coming years.
 
“Our fam weekend last year was so popular that we reached our registration capacity within days of registration opening. It’s always such a successful event and really helps to raise the profile of our stunning City of London venues. We’re really pleased to be supporting local Event Management students in this way; all of the teams presented fantastic ideas and were very professional.”
 
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