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Halloween Is Serious Business at AGS

written by Marissa Khan, October 27th, 2017

Over the years, AGS staff has come to love all things Halloween. From elaborate costumes to pumpkin carving, this year’s festivities were enjoyed by everyone. The annual Department Decorating Contest is a fun and friendly competition. The results were close, but the winning design – a series of ghoulish inspired exhibit booths – went to... Read more »


AGS & NBM Partnership Grows As Event Schedule Expands

written by Mark Garvey, October 24th, 2017

As AGS expands upon our 25 year partnership with National Business Media, we’re excited to see THE NBM SHOW continue to innovate and grow. – Between 2015-2018, 5 new locations were added to THE NBM SHOW, including its first co-located event. – In 2018, NBM is set to launch THE SHOP SHOW, a new regional... Read more »

AGS at Ronald McDonald House

written by Melissa Minkler, September 18th, 2017

The AGS Sales and Marketing team recently volunteered to cook at the Central Florida Chapter of Ronald McDonald House Charities. We had a lot of fun working together as a team to make a delicious, hot lunch for the families currently staying there. At the Ronald McDonald House, families spend long days and nights at the... Read more »

AGS Expands Presence to Washington, D.C. Area

written by Evan Garvey, September 6th, 2017

Over the last 3 months, AGS Expo Services has officially expanded its presence to the Washington D.C. Metro area. This new satellite location allows AGS to provide local sales and services to better meet the needs of clients in D.C./VA/MD area. “We are extremely excited to take this step,” says Mark Garvey, President of AGS... Read more »

Every Summer Has A Story

written by Marissa Khan, August 22nd, 2017

This is the time of the year when life just seems that little bit brighter. Literally. At AGS, we love events and we also love catching up with other passions. Some of our team members share their summer stories with us! Melissa – This was our summer of horses. My daughter, Sloane, and I had... Read more »