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Every so often our team has the unique opportunity to travel the world covering amazing client events. Last month’s Cox Winners’ Circle took us to the Bahamas for an amazing stay at the Atlantis, Paradise Island, while shooting the many receptions and events on the agenda. The setting was just too beautiful for us to keep these photos to ourselves!

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One of the most fun and striking experiences was the Bahamian street parade, called Junkanoo, with music, dance and elaborate costumes. The parade is traditionally held on Boxing Day–December 26–but we’d never have known the reenactment on the Atlantis’ Royal Deck was less than authentic. This vibrant show embodied the same passion we saw throughout Atlantis.

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I was thrilled to have my teammate Kevin Liles with me onsite to help capture everything. Brandon Andrews, our videographer, captured some fabulous footage as well.

When in the Bahamas you can count on warm hospitality, outdone only by the outside temperatures. Each day Cox guests enjoyed cooling down with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream by the Flying Fish at the hotel.

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If you’re looking for a dramatic setting for cocktails and conversation, we highly recommend the Poseidon Imperial Foyer!

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Everywhere we looked was a feast for the camera with the bluest of blues, greenest of greens and pastels right out of a candy box.

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We’d like to give a special thanks to Cox’s Martha Kehoe for allowing us to be part of this phenomenal event.

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The AEP team was thrilled to head to Orlando again for Cox‘s Sales & Content Leadership Conference. CMG SOAR 2015 marked their third cross-functional event bringing together Technology, Content, Sales, Finance and HR leaders.

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One of the highlights of the conference kick-off was the President’s Circle reception for high achievers. In addition to some very happy winners, the enthusiastic crowd was clearly thrilled to be there.150322DAY1Slideshow0083

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150322PresidentsCircleCeremonyJGiCO0613Between keynotes and breakout sessions, the Cox team was busy with an agenda chock full of Sales and Content learning opportunities, plus receptions and networking events. There was so much going on that I was thankful to have Lyndsey’s help with shooting.150326morningJGiLRM-0135

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We also spent a beautiful evening at the hotel’s farm, where the Cox team enjoyed a farm-to-fork experience. The setting was so gorgeous that we could fill a post with just shots from that evening.150325WhisperCreekLWrLRM-0024

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Thank you to Kristy Vinot at Cox for including us on the team supporting this event. We value our partnership and appreciate your business!

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What happens when some of the country’s most influential designers meet up with the hottest design bloggers? Creative sparks fly, inspiration flows and friendships are newly formed and reignited. We had the pleasure of capturing all of this first-hand from behind the camera at the fifth annual Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta. This was our second year on the scene and it provided as vibrant a feast for the eyes as last year’s event.

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Bjork Studio was the incredibly cool site for the Sunbrella and Traditional Home kick off party. Guests experienced vignettes designed by Brian Patrick Flynn, Alex Gaston and Drew McGukin showcasing Sunbrella fabrics in a variety of looks.

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The event was catered by Proof of the Pudding, which is known for specializing in fresh, local, farm-to-fork fare. They served up a ‘stylish minis’ bite bar that was a big hit.

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We were also thrilled to cover a fabulous VIP-only event sponsored by Ethan Allen at the chic KR SteakBar. The conversation was lively, the cocktails were flowing and guests raved about the meal!

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It’s always fulfilling when we work on an annual event like the Design Blogger conference and we’re asked to return for the following year. Thank you, Sara Rossi, for inviting us to support Meredith Corporation on this again!

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If you’re an aficionado of planes or aviation history, Delta Flight Museum is worth a visit. We had the opportunity to experience it while covering Delta Community Credit Union‘s Client Appreciation Event for more than 100 retirement and investment services clients. What a great night!

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A warm welcome was given by [abc], DCC’s [insert title]. Guests enjoyed the casino tables as well as checking out the exhibits and models.

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The Spirit of Delta, a Boeing 767 that actively flew for 23 years, was on exhibit in the middle of the festivities. This is the only Delta plane that was actually funded by the company’s own employees; three flight attendants led the campaign to collect donations from colleagues, retirees and friends totalling $30 million! The plane was nicknamed to honor the spirit behind the inspiring effort.

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In addition to the casino fun, guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres and dinner catered by William Neal at Affairs To Remember.DeltaEDITbLRM-0006DeltaEDITbLRM-0014DeltaEDITbLRM-0020

DCCU knows how to throw a party and, as always, we’re honored to be included. It’s a not-for-profit, financial cooperative that began by serving specifically Delta Airlines employees. Once the organization decided to expand its services to the entire community, DCCU grew to become Georgia’s largest credit union. We love that they celebrate their loyal clients, and that they invest generously in non-profit partners like Bloom children’s shelter, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, The Community School of Decatur and the Cobb Schools Foundation.150307DeltaFlightMuseumLRM-12

Special thanks to Julie Bates at Delta Community Credit Union for working with us on this event!

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Gas South recently hosted the Metropolitan Atlanta Mayors Association Night at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus at Philips Arena and Gwinnett Center. We were thrilled to have the opportunity to cover the event again this year, especially the Magical Journey pre-show where the children get to interact with the animals and performers right on the arena floor. This marked the sixth year Gas South has hosted this wonderful event that is dedicated to families with special needs. Thanks to them and their community partners, admission for the families is free.

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The joy and excitement the kids displayed at the circus made for pure magic. Nine-year-old Vy had the chance to hang out with clown Andrew Hicks in the center ring, all while an aerial performer hung high above.Gas South Collage3150213GasSouthLRM-20

He wasn’t the only one enthralled by the aerialists. Getting better than front row seats, Jack watches as his son, Dylan, is glued to the ariel performance on the main circus floor at Philips Arena.Gas South Collage2

Abby was thrilled to join the clowns and performers on the dance floor during the pre-show event.

Abby Gatlin, 5, of Johns Creek, is getting down on the dance floor with clowns and performers during the pre show event. Gas South hosts the Metro Atlanta Mayor

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Six-year-old Natalie was all smiles as she watched the lions and dug into her chocolate covered ice cream. Okiki found just as much to smile about as clowns juggled and aerial performers entertained in the center ring.Gas South Collage

Okiki Oshin, 7, of Buford, finds lots to smile about while clowns juggle and arial performers entertain in the center ring during the pre show at the three-ring circus. Gas South hosts the Metro Atlanta Mayor

Along with the Metropolitan Atlanta Mayors Association, Gas South worked with community partners like the Georgia Municipal Association and Feld Entertainment to take these special families to the circus and to ensure that they had the support to fully enjoy it. Sign language interpreters were on hand throughout the event, and the pre-show was loaded with tactile and sound experiences for visually impaired kids. The seating was configured to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility devices. This was all provided at no charge to the families.150220GasSouthCircus-GWXLRM-1

Vy Trinh, 9, of Lawrenceville, gets pulled from the audience to show his jump rope skills with clowns including, Carolina Duncan-Page, in the center ring during the pre show. Gas South hosts the Metro Atlanta Mayor

Many thanks to Caitlin Crowley at FleishmanHillard for allowing us to be part of this event!

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