Summer Classics welcomes guests to Garden Party 2016

Summer ClassicsLeft to right: Greyson, Nelson, Mellot
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Summer Classics has confirmed reservations of top furniture retailers and interior designers from across the U.S. and Canada. The company will welcome guests to its headquarters in Pelham, Alabama. The designer, manufacturer and retailer of outdoor furniture will introduce over 180 new products for its full 2017 line. The event will take place Aug. 16-18. Confirmed attendee counts will make the sales event the largest in the company’s history.

The event will carry a "Trends" theme, exploring the latest styles and fashions in the outdoor space. Attendees will hear from Traditional Home Senior Design and Market Editor, Tori Mellott. Mellott brings considerable expertise in design trends from her impressive career in publishing and broadcasting.

Dave Nelsen, president of Dialogue Consulting Group, will speak with attendees about trends in social media, internet and mobile technology tools. Nelsen has more than 30 years of telecommunications experience and has been at the leading edge of the social media revolution since founding in early 2005.

Ash Greyson, founder of Ribbow Media Group, will speak on Aug 18. Greyson excels at creating innovative ways to turn fans into fanatics. With more than 20 years of multimedia experience he is an expert at eliminating waste, reaching consumers, building fan bases, and creating digital and social strategies for businesses of all types.

Guests will be treated to golf and spa outings as well as tours of Barber Motorsports Museum while visiting the Birmingham area. Summer Classics will host seated dinners each evening at either its Heritage Showroom in Pelham, or the Mountain Brook Country Club. Dinner entertainment will be provided by Hart Keene, a magician from NBC's "America's Got Talent!" He will be dazzling guests with incredible close-up sleight of hand and illusion.

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