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Guinness World Record-breaking LakeFest 2014: Raft-a-Palooza

Guinness World Record-breaking LakeFest 2014: Raft-a-Palooza (Kim Murdoch served as Event Manager)

Kim Murdoch, Director of Murdoch Social Capital, has 20 years of experience executing stellar events. Large or small, near or far, indoor or outdoor, money raising or publicity building (or both!), conventional or outside the box, small budget or open wallet, Murdoch Social Capital delivers engaging, enjoyable, memorable events.  A sampling of highlights from Kim’s experience:

  • Event Manager for sold-out Cheers to 250 Years! New Year’s Eve Gala – the official kickoff to Concord’s 250th anniversary year.
  • Event Manager for Guinness World Record-breaking LakeFest 2014: Raft-a-Palooza.
  • Management of VIPs at a large scale outdoor public event featuring the President of the United States.
  • Director of Marketing + Logistics for the 2007 Wings of Hope Air Show, which attracted 200,000 people to Pease International Tradeport.
  • Walk Manager for NAMIWalks NH (2012 – present), the largest mental health awareness and fundraising event in New Hampshire.
  • Founder of Free Family Fun at Market Days, a super popular community event for Greater Concord’s families.
  • Media Captain for 2011 National Night Out, which attracted a record number of attendees (2,500+) to Concord’s Rollins Park.
  • Event Director for the National Subaru Women’s Winter Tour at Waterville Valley, where attendance doubled under Kim’s tenure.
  • Co-Creator of the most successful fundraiser in Concord La Leche League history: Mom’s Summer Serenity Evening.
  • As Executive Director of the Centennial Center, a social capital focused community evening with former NH Charitable Foundation President Lew Feldstein and Concord Mayor Jim Bouley.
  • Concord’s Coolest – On Ice!, an annual fundraiser Kim designed to raise funds for Special Olympics NH, featuring Concord power hitters sitting on an ice chair for a great cause (including appearances by local celebs from City Council and City Hall, Concord Police and Concord Fire, business and nonprofits).
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