Are you planning an event for your work? Maybe it’s an annual award ceremony honoring your top salespeople, or perhaps it’s a golf fundraiser. Or, maybe you are an event planner yourself and plan all sorts of corporate events on behalf of your clients.
Whatever the occasion and regardless of the reason, planning for these events can be stressful, especially when things go wrong. And, they can go wrong.
It doesn’t matter if you are planning a corporate or public event such as an office holiday party or a fundraising event, or a private event such as a wedding or anniversary party, things happen. For example, Mother Nature might be a bit cranky on a particular day and unleash a barrage of severe weather, forcing you to postpone or cancel your event. Or, your event venue might suddenly go out of business, taking your deposit with them.
Both cases are huge bummers, but the good news is that a special event protection plan covers you in these situations. So although you might experience some stress, at least some of that is relieved knowing your protection plan helped you retrieve any lost deposits.
Event protection plans come in handy and can help you out in a number of scenarios, including:
Other unforeseen losses can be lost rings, damaged gifts, and damaged or lost apparel.
In addition, if your venue requires you to obtain liability insurance and liquor liability, you can purchase coverage through an event protection plan.
Event protection plans are a good idea for any big event you are planning, and, the good news is they are not very expensive.
While no one wants to think about the “what ifs,” it is better keeping them in mind while planning your big day and preparing for them, just in case. If something happens that causes you to postpone or cancel your event, you can at least recoup some of your expenses.
If you have a special event coming up that you are planning, please let me know. I’d love to provide you with some options to not only protect your financial investment, but also give you peace of mind.