TRS

Biography

TRS, the Event Management Experts

The TRS staff provides expert technical and consulting services to event managers. Our team turns clients into event day heroes by providing them with success building tools.

TRS is best known as the developers of the event registration, ticketing and volunteer management software, myTRS. Over the years our team has provided solutions that make event managers more efficient.

But the secret to great event operations involves more than software. The Event Manager’s Playbook includes the best practices identified by the TRS staff in working with many of the best run events. The Playbook outlines the most effective event volunteer management process, job descriptions and timelines for truly organized event managers.

Since 1999, a wide variety of influential host organizations supporting four Super Bowls, twelve Final Fours, X-Games, FFA (formerly Future Farmers of America), Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial Tournament, Kentucky Derby Festival, Music For All (Bands of America Grand Nationals), PGA President’s Cup, USA Gymnastics, USA Swimming, 500 Festival, Memphis in May, twenty two Sports Commissions, Circuit of the Americas, Ottawa Bluesfest, EuroGames, Transplant Games, USA Special Olympics, both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, and many more have used TRS services to expand their professional event management toolkit.

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Books

The Volunteer Playbook: Tactics Every Event Manager Should Know
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 6,000. Language: English. Published: September 15, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Volunteer Work
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Volunteers can be your greatest event assets if your organization prepares to get the best return on your volunteer investment. This book will explain how event managers can ensure that volunteer programs are properly positioned to support event operations while simultaneously developing volunteers who can meet superhuman expectations. We suggest downloading the PDF file to best view the graphs.

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