A message from your NACE Alamo Board:
We hope everyone is enjoying a spooky Halloween season. We can't think of anything better than cozying up on the couch for some good scary movies!
Mark your calendars for our Virtual Annual Meeting on Tuesday, November 10 at 6pm. At this meeting, we will fill you in on what our local chapter and NACE National have accomplished during this eventful year! Come hear about our successes, opportunities and future goals for the chapter. Have a drink handy because we will conclude the meeting by toasting our newest board of directors for 2020! Scroll down to learn more about the uncontested slate of directors.
We had so much fun last month with our friends at NACE Austin! Thank you to all who attended and took the time to meet virtually for laughs with our hilarious speaker Judson Laipply.
Your NACE Alamo Board
Get to Know Your New 2021 NACE Alamo Board of Directors!
Stephanie Olivares - President
From Stephanie: Having served in the Alamo NACE Board for the last 6 years, I am serving as President to continue to give back to the catering
and events community and our members, while engaging members to get more involved both on a local and national level. Now more than ever, our members are in need of resources to move forward through the COVID-19 pandemic. As President, I will help lead our Board of Directors
to ensure all of our members needs are met by providing the education and resources needed to succeed in their careers and businesses.
Amy Riggle - President Elect
From Amy: I am serving as President Elect because I want to positively influence the direction of our chapter. I want to focus on building an active chapter with resources that serve all of our members as we navigate these unprecedented times in our industry. Creating and sustaining community within our chapter in my biggest priority.
Welcome New Members
#NACEtoMeetYou! Diana Marin is one of our newest members and is the founder of Creative Cafe.
CPCE Corner Answer Key
Test your catering & event planning skills with a CPCE question!
_____________ is the most critical component of a marking plan that catering managers should be involved in. This is the process of determining current sales and estimating future sales for a product or service.
A. Sales forecasting
B. Qualitative forecasting
C. Quantitative forecasting
D. Dephi Technique
(Correct answer is A.)
Still procrastinating on earning your CPCE? Jump into learning and knock out the 30 educational contact hours required to apply for the CPCE exam. Check out NACE National's website for more details:
Looking for CPCE a study group? We have multiple members focusing on using this time to study for their CPCE. Contact Amy Riggle ([email protected]) for more information.
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