Holly Lynch, owner of The Season Events, brings a creative and organized approach to event planning. She graduated from Berry College in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and from Kennesaw State University in 2003 with a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Marketing.
Before beginning her own business, she worked in corporate marketing and design. She planned corporate events such as annual meetings, sales seminars, company outings, and customer appreciation events. She also gained valuable marketing, public relations, and design experience.
The Season Events was created in early 2007 to offer professional and personal event planning services to the greater Northwest Georgia area. The Season Events plans social and corporate events, from weddings to annual meetings. The Season has managed multi-day/multi-venue conferences, weddings of all sizes, and destination events outside of Georgia. The unique, personal approach The Season Events brings to each event, along with the dedication of Holly and her team, makes her clients feel like a guest at their own party. The company’s mission is to create meaningful events that connect people to each other. In early 2014, The Season Events hired Ray Harris, a former independent caterer, to become a full-service event planning, catering, and event design company. The company recently opened a second office in Cartersville, Ga.
Holly lives in Rome with her husband and three dogs. She is a member of Providence Baptist Church, the Noon Optimist Club of Rome, and is a volunteer with the Open Door Home and the Community Kitchen. The Season Events is an active member of the Rome/Floyd Chamber of Commerce, the Gordon County Chamber, and the Bartow County Chamber.
Veronica Martinez serves as the Community Consultant for Riverwood Senior Living. She graduated Coosa Valley Technical College in 2006 with an Associates Degree in Marketing. She was introduced to the Senior Living industry in 2008. Throughout the years her experience has taken her from front office Receptionist, to Business Office Manager, Executive Assistant, Sales and Executive Director. Out of all the positions she has held, Sales has been by far the most rewarding, from the discovery of a new resident to the final step of the move in process.
What she believes sets Riverwood apart from other Personal Care Homes is their compassion and their loving family- oriented atmosphere. Facing the challenges alongside a family when they have a life changing decision for a loved one, to seeing the resident thrive in your community is the most humbling experience one could have. Seeing them flourish once again, hearing their individual stories and learning from their life experiences is what brings joy to each and every single employee. With God’s will, she says she will always strive to give her 100% to the residents, their families and her colleagues. Her goal is to always keep a humble heart and open mind.
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