Join us for our 1st “in-person” network/education event!
We are excited to welcome our Members & Non-Members to our first networking event of the year! Now that COVID has passed and the events world is opening, we are welcoming everyone to a safe environment to network and educate about industry. So, register today and join us! This event is open to Members & Non-Members in the surround Richmond, Virginia area. (MAXIMUM 50-PERSONS FOR THIS EVENT).
Individuals attending the event will have to provide proof of vaccination record or negative COVID test (conducted within 72-hours of event) for entry to the event. NO EXCEPTIONS. Bring documentation with you to the event.
NO ONSITE REGISTRATION. ALL ATTENDEES MUST PRE-REGISTER. REGISTRATION DEADLINE – JULY 21ST.
NOTE: Event Registrations are non-refundable and non-transferrable to a future event.
Award-winning floral and event designer BRON HANSBORO has devoted his career to navigating clients through the creative process and transforming their visions into exquisite events since 2014. Fondly referred to as “The Flower Guy,” he is the lead creative and floral designer at The Flower Guy Bron. He provides bespoke design and styling experiences for weddings and events of all types. Bron deeply values his interactions with clients and peers alike, and understands the power of making connections through design. His motto is, “We don’t sell flowers, we sell experiences.”
Bron has received the WeddingWire’s “Couples Choice” designation for three consecutive years and is a Metropolitan Business League’s “One to Watch” Honoree. He is a sought-after speaker and will be featured at Wedding MBA 2018. Bron is dedicated to providing seamless and stress-free design services and loves seeing the look on his clients’ faces when they see their completed concept come to life. When he’s not dreaming up magical events, he loves to cook, travel, entertain, shop and connect.
The Loft at Steamer Co 5 is the newest loft style event venue located in the heart of the Jackson Ward neighborhood of downtown Richmond, VA. The loft style charm space with it’s high ceilings, exposed brick, and cathedral windows is the perfect place for your next event.
(History of the Building): Steamer Company Number 5 was build tin 1883 to continue the function of fire fighting and police station for the Jackson Ward Neighborhood and designed by Richmond City engineer, Wilfred Emory Cutshaw.
The building is shared with Gallery 5, an arts center, and was the former home of the Virginia Fire & Police Museum, which covered Virginia fire and police history with collections include antique fire apparatus, historic photos, and artifacts dating from 1790 to present.
This venue is owned by NSBWEP Member, Nicole Clayton; also owner of The Cloth Mill at Eno River in North Carolina.