Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Did you get stuck with the after prom party planning?

Like it or not, somebody has to do it. You may have 'volunteered' as a member of the PTA or PTO, or maybe you are just a concerned parent who sees a need and answered the call. Regardless of how you got here, the need to stage a fun, safe after prom party that the kids will want to attend is extremely important.

I know you are not doing this because you have nothing better to do. I know you are not taking on this responsibility because it sounds like fun (it's not). You have accepted this challenge because it needs done and you know that by doing so you might just save someone's life.

My After Prom Party Planning Guide was written to help parents and educators plan, finance, promote and stage a FUN substance-free after prom party - teen-focused celebration. I learned a lot when I organized my child's after prom party. I made mistakes that I can help you avoid. Mostly, our group of concerned parents learned what was needed to hold such an event.

If you or your organization has a part in planning and staging an after prom party for your child's school, this book can save you a lot of time, money and frustration. I wish you the best of luck and I please let me know how my book helped you with your event. ~ Thanks!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh ya I def got stuck with all the cleanup and organization. Trust me, this girl didn't do anything prom night except get extremely dirty and tired cleaning up the darn mess! I've already told my daughter she can't volunteer for prom committee when she's in high school....she's three.