Recognizing the need for more innovative corporate meeting and event planners, in December of 2003 Wayne Glemser formed Wayne A. Glemser Productions LLC. The spectrum of service offerings by Wayne A. Glemser Productions has expanded over the many years of service in the city of Houston. We have partnered with a team of professionals in the areas of lighting and sound, set decoration, promotion, and marketing. Wayne A. Glemser Productions team has over thirty years of experience and proven success. The team uses the needed resources to help us customize each event so that we may tailor our cost and labor to the specific needs of the client project. Wayne A. Glemser Productions is committed to providing outstanding meeting and creative services to set a standard in the industry for successful events.
Company Memberships, and Awards and Honors, Wayne A. Glemser Productions is a member of the Catering Executives of Houston, and Wayne served as president in 1987-1989, and was inducted into the board of trustees in 1990. Wayne is a member of the Houston Chapter of International Special Events Society (ISES) and is also a member of HAMPI. Wayne sits on the Board of Trustees of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Children’s Charity of Houston in 2000, March of Dimes, Aids Foundations and The Advisory Board of Citizens for Animal Protections and SNAP (Spay-Neuter Assistance Program.) Wayne A. Glemser Productions received awards for best production of an event for Citizens for Animal Protection in 2003 and 2004. Wayne also was honored as one of Houston's Elite in 2001-2002 for raising the most money for a charitable event. Wayne was recently published in The Houston Business Journal as one of Houston's Up and Coming Special Event Designers for A Circle of Life
Memorable Events Planned ,In 1998 HRH Prince Charles of England, Margaret Thatcher of England ,1988 President George H.W. Bush., 1991 HRH Prince Akishino of Japan, 1994 President Bill Clinton, 1995 President Bill and First Lady Hillary Clinton and in 2000 President George W. Bush.
By Shelby Hodge
Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle (www.HoustonChronicle.com) printed October 13, 2004
The Weather report was decidedly unseasonal at the George R. Brown Convention Center Saturday night—intermittent snow flurries and calving icebergs.
Citizens for Animal Protection’s “Voyage to Alaska” Gala saw the ballroom transformed into a vast winterscape that included 10,000 pounds of ice sculptures (one for each dinner table and a dozen on the stage), sound and video of icebergs breaking up, and backdrops of icy splendor.
Receiving high praise was Wayne Glemser, whose design company, Wayne A. Glemser Productions, was responsible for everything from the exotic ice maidens to the falling snow.