Custom Events

Baltimore magazine can help with the planning, marketing, and execution of your events.

Custom Events

Baltimore magazine can help with the planning, marketing, and execution of your events.

Let Baltimore magazine plan your next custom event. Our marketing and events team can help plan, market, and execute a custom event specifically designed to drive traffic to your location and website. From store or restaurant openings to product launches or to simply drive a particular audience to your location, Baltimore magazine can handle it from soup to nuts. We'll create everything, including invitation design, mailing, managing the RSVP list, catering, photography, permits, and all marketing and signage.

Equitable Building VIP First Look

Bozzuto partnered with Baltimore magazine to host an exclusive, insider look at what once was the oldest skyscraper in downtown Baltimore. Barnum Hotel that survived the great fire of 1904 has now been restored as The Equitable Building. Baltimore magazine created a co-branded event that provided over 100 guests with a first look at these elegant and innovative apartments, while enjoying wines, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a spectacular view from the penthouse.

Valley Motors event at Bluestone

Valley Motors partnered with Baltimore magazine to create an event specifically designed to draw the real estate community, an important market for Audi and Mercedes. Baltimore magazine created a co-branded event including all marketing and invitations, list creation, location selection, menu, and more to deliver this valuable audience to Valley Motors.

Our most recent event partnership with Baltimore magazine was excellent. We worked cooperatively to develop a highly targeted and well executed event. We do a fair amount of events and this one was among the best. Baltimore magazine has a highly desirable and engaged audience that we value highly.
Ashton Menefee
Director Marketing and Business Development
Valley Motors

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