Chad Hudson Events Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary Of Premieres
Event planner to the stars, the studios and more, Chad Hudson Events is coming up on their iconic Ten Year Anniversary of putting on the most exclusive and beautifully designed events for some of the biggest premieres and parties in and out of Hollywood and around the world.
Founded by Chad Hudson, a veteran of the television and film industry, CHE has established itself as the premier event planning company whose impeccably designed soirees are executed with the utmost care and attention to detail, making every CHE bash one for the books.
Says Hudson, "The dedication of the CHE Team has made delivering the client's vision our trademark." Adding, "and so has giving back to the community; which is why we started CHE's popular WeHo Supperclub dining nights out, where 10% of our patrons' bill gets earmarked to a deserving Los Angeles based charity."
And to celebrate this special anniversary, CHE will be hosting their biggest WeHo Supperclub night ever, at the seven thousand square foot Farmhouse, on Wednesday November 14, 7pm at 8500 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles. This special event will be benefiting The Trevor Project National Suicide Hotline.
Some of CHE's notable events range from numerous Super Bowl parties to the legendary Twilight premieres (the largest-ever SoCal film opening, at L.A. LIVE, Microsoft and Regal Theaters), private celebrity events for Beyonce and Jay-Z, Kate Winslet, Bobby Flay and many more. Other events include; MLB All Star Galas, corporate meetings for AT&T and DIRECTV, conferences for GUESS and fashion shows, destination weddings, Broadway premieres, Toronto Film Festival events, pop-up promotional installations, Brand Product Launches, the Food Network Wine and Food Festivals in NY and Miami. They have also produced spectacular projects for television, film premieres and special screenings ranging from Transformers and all of the Paranormal Activity series for Paramount, many years of Comic-Con booth activations for ABC Studios, Bloodline for Netflix, Freakish for Hulu, Entourage NY for Warner Bros, Glee 3D for Fox, Condor for Audience Network, Divergent, 50/50, Traffik, Twilight and many more for Lionsgate/Summit.
CHE is also the go-to event planning company for nonprofits including; the 2011 Dare2Care Gala, Trevor Live 2010-2012, the 2012 LA Promise Gala in LA, the 45th Annual Meridian Ball in Washington DC and the West Hollywood Supper Club which has also partnered with CHE for the past 10 years. CHE is deeply involved with meaningful causes like The Trevor Project and Project Angelfood.
Hudson reflects, "I can't believe the company is turning ten years old. I'm so proud of my team and all of the amazing events we have produced and I'm so thankful to call my team and so many of our clients a friend."
Chad Hudson Events is a nationwide full service event production, design, management, special projects, and lifestyle services company. Encompassing all aspects of special events, CHE emphasizes the importance of developing fresh ideas and implementing a creative design process that adheres to strict aesthetic taste, while providing a friendly staff and superior management for its innovative events. CHE prides itself on taking the most complicated events and creating a smooth, efficient operation that makes life easier for their clients and produces the most pleasurable experiences for all guests.
Founded in 2008 by veteran event planner Chad Hudson after over a decade of working for major studios and entertainment clients, the company now handles events for everyone from film and television studios to fashion houses to Fortune 500 corporations. CHE's staff is divided between NYC and LA and has planned and executed more than 2,000 events to date, ranging from small receptions to the largest premieres in the world. For more information please log on to http://www.chadhudsonevents.com/
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to at-risk youth. For more information visit http://www.thetrevorproject.org/