Half Past Lavish to produce Museum of History and Industry's week of grand-opening events

Redmond-based Half Past Lavish Event Production (HPL) has been selected as the producer of the Museum of History and Industry’s (MOHAI) week of grand-opening events. Thousands of people are expected to attend the events, which will include member and V.I.P. preview events and the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the public grand opening on Dec. 29.

The museum is located at Lake Union Park in Seattle.

“This is an incredibly exciting time for MOHAI, and Half Past Lavish Event Production is thrilled and up for the task to support MOHAI in producing a weeklong series of grand-opening events,” said HPL owner Courtney Russell.


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