Pizazzz Promotions celebrating 20 years in business
Lesbian-owned Pizazzz Promotions celebrated its 20th anniversary last month. The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce-certified business is based in Marietta.
“Heartfelt thanks to all of our clients for allowing us to provide your promotional, marketing and advertising specialty logoed items for 20 years,” said Jan Stepp, president and owner of Pizazzz Promotions and a longtime member of the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.
Stepp is said to provide a personal touch by thanking clients with a personal note and gift card for every order.
“Pizazzz is your one-stop source for creative advertising specialty, promotional items and printed materials,” Stepp said. “We can provide literally any item you can imagine with a logo on it. Please think of us for your next event, trade show, marketing campaign, festival, client or employee gift, sales call leave-behind, award, meeting or product launch. We make you memorable.”
Q&A Events wins NGLCC’s National LGBT Supplier of the Year
The National Gay & Lesbian Cham- ber of Commerce honored Atlanta-based, lesbian-owned professional event production company Q&A Events with the award for National LGBT Supplier of the Year at the group’s annual awards dinner last November.
“To say that we were surprised when the NGLCC called to let us know that we had been selected as Supplier of the Year would be an understatement,” said Q&A Events CEO Suzanne Baugh. “We are truly grateful to receive this award and be included in the same category as the previous Supplier of the Year winners, whom we admire so much. The Q&A Events team’s passion about advancing the LGBTQ business community’s economic growth and business development is long-standing, so to be recognized by the NGLCC in this arena is energizing and inspiring.”
In addition to providing services for Atlanta Pride and The Health Initiative, the NGLCC-certified Q&A Events also gives back to the community by providing services for Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Greater Atlanta, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Life Works Center for Children & Young Adults. —Staff reports