CCB Events was hired by Mrs. Jones to surprise her husband with his family and friends for his 50th birthday on August 29, 2015 at their home in Athens, Texas with 60 guests. Camille worked with vendors in both Dallas and Athens to pull off a fabulous surprise birthday party. Mr. Jones loves vintage cars, and the theme was “A Classic Since 1965”. The event was a fun evening of Mexican food, margaritas, champagne, toasts and roasts of the birthday boy.
The Huckleberry Foundation is a nonprofit foundation that provides financial assistance to families with special needs children as well as local organizations that support special needs individuals. Their mission is to help these wonderful individuals and their families live life to the fullest.
HUCK hosted its First Annual Luncheon on October 22, 2015 at The Filter Building in Dallas with 200 guests in attendance. CCB Events was hired to assist HUCK’s founder, Molly Russell, with the Luncheon three months prior to the event date. Camille worked on all the event details including the choice of venue, sponsorship materials, hiring vendors for catering and rentals, planned the run of show, venue layout and table diagram, invitation and program designs. CCB Events also coordinated and created the auction bid sheets, organized registration and check-in, and assisted with check-out and payments.
HUCK hosted its 2nd Annual Be The Good Bash on April 1, 2016 at 2616 Commerce Events Center in Dallas with 200 guests in attendance. CCB Events was hired three months prior to the event date to assist with the event plans and day-of-event management. Camille provided help with the choice of venue, hiring vendors for catering and rentals, planned the run of show, venue layout and table diagram, invitation and program designs. CCB Events also coordinated and created the auction bid sheets, organized registration and check-in, managed volunteers and post-event strike and return of rentals.
The Lee Park Junior Conservancy is one of the fastest-growing organizations in Dallas for young professionals. The mission of the Conservancy is the continued conservation, preservation, further development and maintenance of Lee Park and Arlington Hall along Turtle Creek in Dallas. The Junior Conservancy is known for hosting its annual fundraiser called “Day at the Races” which is a Kentucky Derby themed event. Guests wear their Derby finest, fabulous hats and bow ties, sip on mint juleps and watch the horses race on the big screen all while enjoying the park. The 8th Annual Day at the Races was on Saturday, May 7, 2016 with over 550 guests in attendance. Camille assisted the Event Chair with event logistics, décor rentals, venue design and layout and auction solicitations, and she served as the day-of-event manager from set up to strike. The event raised more than double than any previous year and brought in over $85,000 net! The Lee Park Conservancy asked Camille to serve as the Co-Chair of the 9th Annual Day at the Races event on May 6, 2017, and she gladly accepted!
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is a community of people – designers, industry representatives, educators and students – committed to interior design. Each year, the Legacy of Design Awards event recognizes the finest interior design achievements within the Texas Chapter of ASID. The 2016 event was held at the Dallas Museum of Art in Dallas on Friday, August 12th with 300 guests in attendance. ASID Texas hired CCB Events 6 weeks prior to the event date. Camille worked with Prashe Décor to bring the Chapter President’s vision to life with 3 different table designs featuring a luxurious purple and gold color palate, and she ran the event logistics while serving as the day-of-event manager from set up to strike. ASID Texas was very pleased with the event, and they have already hired CCB Events for their 2017 Legacy of Design Awards scheduled on Friday, August 11th at the Omni Hotel in Dallas.
The Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce was established in 2007 by business leaders in every major Texas city, the Israel-America Chamber of Commerce, and the Texas Governor’s office with the sole mission of being the primary resource for economic development between Texas and Israel. It is a private, not-for-profit business organization. Their Bridge Builder Award Gala was held on February 25, 2016 at The Adolphus Hotel in downtown Dallas. The Chamber hired CCB Events in October 2015 to assist with the event plans and marketing for the 8th Annual Bridge Builder Award Gala honoring civic and business leader Ron Haddock and featuring comedian/actor Paul Reiser. The evening included a cocktail reception, silent auction, raffle, dinner and comedy performance.
CCB Events was hired in March 2016 by Mrs. Sussman to surprise her husband with his family and friends for his 50th birthday party on July 23, 2016 at Bob’s Steakhouse on Lemmon Avenue in Dallas with 20 guests. Camille booked hotel rooms nearby for the guests, set up Uber codes to take care of the guests’ transportation, dropped off in-room gifts for the hotel to put in the guests’ rooms, coordinated wine from a family member’s vineyard in California, arranged the floral for the dinner and assisted with catering and set up the brunch the next day at their home in Lucas, Texas.
Venue: Fashion Industry Gallery, Dallas, TX
Theme: Viva Las Vegas
Photo credit: Jay Simon, Ten Ten Creative
Venue: Fashion Industry Gallery, Dallas, TX
Theme: The Greatest Gala on Earth (Circus)
Photo credit: CCB Events
Date: December 12, 2019
Venue: Winfrey Point on White Rock Lake in Dallas, TX
Theme: Company Holiday Party
Photo Credit: CCB Events Category: Corporate
Date: October 19, 2019
Venue: Sidecar Social in Dallas, TX
Theme: Fifty: The Final Frontier (Claire’s 50th Birthday and 50 years since the moon landing)
Photo Credit: GladTower Live Productions and Jessica Newell
Date: December 19, 2019
Venue: New Office in Dallas, TX
Theme: Company’s logo and brand colors
Photo Credit: CCB
Date: June 22, 2019
Venue: Brookhaven Country Club in Dallas, TX
Theme: Colors of white, lavender, greenery and candlelight
Photo Credit: CCB Events
Date: June 29, 2019
Venue: Groom’s Parents’ Home in Athens, TX
Theme: Colors of burgundy, gold, greenery and candlelight
Photo Credit: CCB Events, Leah & Brock Estep
Chase’s Place School is a Dallas-area private non-profit school, serving students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities including mental retardation, Autism, traumatic brain injuries and neurological disorders. The Starry, Starry Night Gala is Chase’s Place School’s annual fundraiser. The evening features a fun night of dinner, dancing to music from a live band, and an auction of the kids’ artwork enhanced by local artists. CCB Events was hired to assist with the Gala held at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas on February 20, 2016 with over 300 guests in attendance. Camille worked with the Executive Director and Board Members for six weeks leading up to the event on a variety of items including event plans, run of show, A/V presentations, raffle items and ticket prices, floor plans, management of volunteers and vendors, and day-of-event management. The gross profit raised for Chase’s Place increased by $25,000 from 2015 to 2016, and the Board President said it was an “all time high” for funds raised at this event to benefit the School!