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PUTTING THE COMMUNITY IN COMMUNITY EVENTS - BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

Date: Aug 07, 2019
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Putting the Community in Community Events - Building a Successful Volunteer Program

SPEAKER: LUKE WOLFORD, GRAPEVINE CONVENTION & VISTORS BUREAU

Volunteers put the ‘community’ in ‘community events’ and some events have legions of dedicated workers who bring valued skills to the table while holding costs to a minimum. This session will cover critical components of a successful volunteer program, including recruiting, training, management, communications, retention and rewards.

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LUKE WOLFARD

Born and raised in The Colony, Texas and graduated from The Colony High School. Earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas in May of 2014. Was hired as the Festival and Event Intern at the Grapevine CVB in January of 2014 while still attending college at UNT and was the intern until July 2014. Then in March of 2015 after 8 months of not being with the Grapevine CVB he was hired as a Festival and Event Manager. He currently manages all aspects of Grapevine’s festivals and events from smaller one day events to their larger festivals including GrapeFest, Main Street Fest and North Pole Express.

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