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Local Address: Los Angeles, California, United States
NALU Creative

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  • Founder
    NALU Creative
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Rebecca ..., 25 Sept 2014 [cached]
Rebecca Coons Rebecca Coons has been in the live meeting and event marketing industry since 1986. She has received numerous awards, serves on key industry associations, advises influential publications and has been a spokesperson at major events. Rebecca is currently President of Nalu.
PEOPLE | Fred Pfaff Inc. [cached]
Rebecca Coons has brought business propositions to life for 25 years, winning more than a dozen industry awards for work as diverse as Qualcomm sales meetings, Stevie Wonder concerts, Porsche car introductions and the Mexico to Montreal Olympic Torch Relay. As founder of NALU Creative (, she's on call for such heavyweights as L'Oreal, Microsoft and Universal Music.
THE WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS, 1 Nov 2001 [cached]
"A liquor sponsor may offer product for no [explicit] recognition, just to get their brand noticed," according to Rebecca Coons of Extraordinary Events, event producers with offices in California, Florida, Nevada, New York and Texas.
Rebecca Coons ..., 16 Jan 2004 [cached]
Rebecca Coons
Account Executive
Rebecca Coons,
Executive V.P. of Sales and Marketing
Rebecca has been involved with various aspects of the special events industry since 1986.She began her association with Extraordinary Events in 1995 as the Director of Sales in the Las Vegas office.She then transitioned into Director of National Sales in the Los Angeles corporate offices and now calls Orlando, Florida home.Although her focus is sales and marketing, she participates in every facet of event production.From creative writing and development to design and implementation, her attention to detail ensures a flawless program.Customer satisfaction is a priority and she enjoys building relationships with both her clients and suppliers.
In addition to her work within the special events industry, Rebecca also enjoys teaching at various industry meetings as well as in the private sector to colleges and continuing education programs.Her work has taken her all over the world for both speaking engagements and client events.Special Events Magazine has nominated three of her programs for Gala Awards and her event for the Hong Kong Tourist Association received a GALA award for Best Fair/Festival in 1996.She serves on the Special Event Magazine Advisory Board and she was nominated for Event Planner of the Year, 2000 by Event Solutions Magazine.
Event Solutions: The magazine for planners of special events, parties and meetings., 1 Oct 2002 [cached]
Rebecca CoonsVice President of SalesExtraordinary Events, Orlando
Impersonal communication, less business travel and even less cash flow have created a world of e-mail, phones and solitary workplaces.But fear not managers, corporate planners have ideas to bring the company (i.e., companionship) back to the company (i.e., corporation).
"This was a group of engineers, so we created an experience that spoke directly to them while also forcing them outside of their safety zone and getting them to be creative," said Rebecca Coons, vice
president of sales at Extraordinary Events."The client was thrilled with the success of the event because it accomplished their specific goals.This exercise would not have worked for every group.It had very technical requirements, and these engineers could handle that.They also did something different by having them come up with a theme song and slogan, etc. During this segment, many of them chose to make fun of the competition as well.Overall, the evening was a great success."
Coons, who runs Extraordinary Events' Orlando office, believes the recent trends in business only lead to more teambuilding needs by her clients."I think teambuilding events are needed for certain groups.They are great icebreakers when done right," she says."But not every group needs to bond.Sometimes group activities are enough, but in today's economy, where so many companies are buying up other companies and competitors are now co-workers, teambuilding events are only going to become more necessary."
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