April 28, 2016 Cindy

WASHINGTON D.C. Event Venues

 

You Vote: Our Candidates for the Best D.C. Venues

 

In light of the recent Connecticut Primaries and one of our favorite cities to explore for venues, we are highlighting venues in you guessed it, Washington D.C. Although we loved working with VP Joe Biden in the past, we’re not talking politics, we’re talking venues. When we rate our favorites, we don’t mean a space that can accommodate the most people or has the best audio visual package. We look for the details that will wow our guests and the spaces that will allow for molding of a brand-led experience. Here are some of our favorites that we’ve debated over:

 

The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

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First question for The Ronald Reagan Building, why do you believe you’re fit to be the best candidate winning most votes from the EOE team?  With such a treasured President comes a beautiful space in memorial. The Ronald Reagan Building is designed to fit 3,000 people reception style for a gala, to a small 20-person corporate board meeting. It’s one of our favorite spaces because of the variations of design, the look and feel of the spaces, and the accommodating staff and salespeople that work for them. With so many different directions to go in, this is perfect for brand with BIG personality.

 

Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium

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Next question for the Andrew Mellon Auditorium, what makes your various spaces unique?  The Andrew Mellon Auditorium is not only breathtaking, but it has so many different spaces that can be catered to your brand. From the Great Hall pictured above to the marble lobby, and the green rooms, the opportunities are endlessThe details are in the fabric with this space; gold leaf ceilings and marble columns are all we needed to see to determine that it’s definitely one of our favorites.

 

The National Press Club

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Last Question is for the place of debate and media reporting, The National Press Club; why do you believe you’re capable of hosting a corporate meeting and event space for some of our most treasured clients?  We believe that The National Press Club isn’t only a space to hold some of the world’s most famous press conferences, but we think it can make a beautiful event space for businesses large and small. It obviously has the space to fill a large crowd, but it also has a very classic ambiance that makes any event feel as important as a Presidential debate.

Washington DC is home to some of the most historically sound buildings in the country, and our clients want us to find something that is not only unique to the city, but something unique to fit their brand. Leave the scoping to us and let us find your best fit in D.C. or any given city. Did you miss our New York City Spotlight? Check it out here: New York City Venues

To check out more of our favorite venues around the country visit our blog! Looking for someone to help you find the perfect venue?  Contact us today to learn how East of Ellie uses venues like these to bring your experiences to life. 

 

Photo Credit: The Ronald Reagan Building, The Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, The National Press Club

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