Get Paid for Holding Parties, Says The Institute of Event Planning

FURLONG, Pa. , May 26, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- You can get paid for holding parties, according to Kit Sadgrove, CEO of the Institute of Event Planning.

The Institute's new course shows you how to become an event planner. It explains how to set up your business, find clients, and go party!

The course is home-study based, which means you can study at your own pace. Once qualified, you're your own boss, so no one can tell you what to do. You work only the hours you need to. And it's certainly not 9-5! Plus you can fit the work around your other commitments.

"Imagine getting paid for having fun," said Kit Sadgrove. "Most people have to sit behind a desk -- but you could earn a living by organizing events."

For more information on how to become an event planner, visit


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