Category: Arts, Culture & Entertainment

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February 14, 2015May 26, 2019

Paragon Events Takes Shanghai

Paragon Events had the incredible opportunity to take a major Fortune-500 company to Shanghai for an annual sales kick-off event. In only 60 days, we pulled off planning an event of a lifetime for these attendees! Enjoy the photos.  

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December 19, 2014December 14, 2017

Introducing Cuba Explorations

“We are proud to be one of the first to offer legal travel to Cuba. We invite anyone with a desire to experience the rich culture of Cuba to do so on one of our unique guided tours. Now is the time to see Cuba in its pure and authentic state.” -Renee Radabaugh, President and...

La Mystique Interactive Dance Group
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January 7, 2011May 26, 2019

La Mystique Interactive Dance Group

Paragon announces the acquisition of La Mystique the interactive dance company that enhances events with theatrical dance groups that perform, entertain, and interact with the guests. “La Mystique, a South Florida based company that travels internationally. It is over 18 years old and in the business is considered to be the premier entertainment company of...

Paragon Events Offers New Entertainment Options
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January 3, 2011May 26, 2019

Paragon Events Offers New Entertainment Options

Paragon has secured a new entertainment option for your guests. Paragon Events finds an electrifying new entertainment act to be featured in an upcoming event at the Wynn Encore Beach Resort in Las Vegas. “It is always exciting to discover unique sources for entertainment. The acrobatic entertainment performed by these artists includes a floating pool...

How the Morikami Museum Can Help You Grow Your Business
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April 1, 2010July 5, 2017

How the Morikami Museum Can Help You Grow Your Business

Research consistently shows that an investment in arts and culture benefits the community. The investment can also create a positive impact on a corporations brand position, image, and revenue stream. I recently was reading the Morikami Museum’s Spring 2010 Newsletter. It had a very interesting article that I thought I would share. It reads as...