Miami is where the magic happens. It’s where celebrities throw elaborate parties, pop bottles of champagne and wake up on the sand. It’s where, every year, the world’s finest artists and art connoisseurs pay homage to billion-dollar art with Art Basel galleries, parties and A-list fundraisers. It’s where the hottest celebrity chefs (even Martha Stewart!) share their latest tastes and drink trends at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, or SOBEWFF, as the locals call it. It’s also where, as we just saw, Miami Beach hotels become the backdrop for a weeklong, nonstop party called Miami Music Week, which attracts the world’s top DJs, from Calvin Harris and David Guetta, to Swedish House Mafia, Avicii and more.
And while many cities in the U.S. are fabulous, there’s a reason everyone chooses Miami for things like this: it just can’t be beat. With its beautiful views, near-perfect weather all year round, famous hotels and A-list beauties, Miami is as glamorous as it is an easy destination to get to. Filled with all the luxury you could want, from Biscayne Bay’s yacht-strewn waters and glitzy restaurants, to star-studded hotels and extravagant nightclubs, Miami is a world of its own—and every year, it’s only getting better.
Knowing this, we here at RMG Staffing feel honored to be able to live and work in such a dazzling place… a luxurious destination where we live, but you vacation. Having made this luxury lifestyle our bread and butter, we take pride in facilitating Miami’s most raved-about parties, dinners and events. From setting up and breaking down venues, to doing our thing behind the bar, serving food, playing host or hostess, directing guests to their appropriate table, and above all, making sure all guests feel comfortable and welcomed at every event, RMG has one main job: making life easier for event organizers and venues alike. And we do it with passion.
For more information about RMG Staffing, or to hire them for your next Miami event, visit www.rmgstaffing.com.
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