Nate Clements Hall of Fame Celebration

Courtney Covers Cleveland had the honor of planning and hosting the Nate Clements Hall of Fame Celebration following his induction into the Shaker Heights Hall of Fame!

It was an absolute pleasure planning this celebration for the retired NFL player and everyone in attendance had more than a great time. From the custom Nate Clements cups, to the custom drinks named after all of his football teams, to every bartender and assistant wearing custom Clements t-shirts, I made sure everything was personalized. Guests received custom pins to wear when they entered, and received custom football stress balls on the way out. Every pillow on every couch, and every TV had his logo. I made sure not one detail was missed. The pictures and banners reflected his football career including every team he played on from High School, to his final team in the NFL.  It was a fun night that he will cherish forever! Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate.

Thank you Jamiewheredreamzcometrue for all your assistance with the decor, thank you DJ Steph Floss and DJ ARr for providing the music, thank you Stephen Midgett for the pictures, thank you Sepia Bee Designs for the custom shirts for the bartenders and my assistants, thank you The Socialite Booth for the custom frame and the photobooth, thank you Greg Lewis for the private security, thank you 216 Elite Luxury For providing car service for our guest of honor, and thank you Lotus Cleveland for hosting the event!

If ever you need an event  planner, contact Courtney Covers Cleveland to help! Email courtneycoverscleveland@gmail.com

Because the pictures don’t do the party justice, watch this recap video by Destinyfulfilled:

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