Flying High in Florida LSNY Style

We just returned from an amazing trip to Sarasota, Florida to celebrate with the Brown family once again.  Pam and Rick once again pulled out the stops and hospitality like no one’s business.
We had been there in 2006 for their daughter Sammi’s party (video on website) and I’m sure everyone was wondering how would we ever match that party. Well you don’t have to worry with the Brown family.
“Air Jordan” was the theme held at Rectrix, an airport hangar across from Sarasota Airport. A huge space to hold a party in.  But the spirit and exhuberance that night filled the space up completely.
The picture to the right is how the space was transformed by Christine and Bill Fenner of Artistic Occassions.  if you are having an event on the west coast of Florida you have to call them.



The lounge by Chritine and Bill Fenner



The event was catered by Phil Mancini and the amazing culinary team over at Michael’s on East where we did the Brown’s first holy grail of parties for Sammi.  Their food is first rate and their a pleasure to work with.

LSNY featured 2 giant screens over top of the  stage with 2 tiers. The highest tier is where our DJ Dollar Bill spun his magic, and our light and sound crew were very much on point, taking care of any possible sound distortion on the fly, and lighting on the spot any place that needed it.

On Jordan’s entrance the doors of the hangar peeled open to reveal her atop a Lear Jet.  She came down the stairs like a Super Model to meet one of our dancers who lifted her high in the air.  They then walked through a sea of guests to the stage where the rest of the family joined her to the gospel choral break in “I Believe I can Fly”.   No one in the place did not have goose bumps. 

Rick and Pam Brown put on another night that no one will ever forget.  The entire party was a thrill to do and be involved in.  And we cannot thank the Brown family enough for having us and allowing us another  opportunity to do something amazing for their family. They have entered the pantheon of favorite families like so many of you before them.
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