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Don't Mess With Texas

In our (completely biased) opinion, the prettiest two miles of highway in the world are on Ranch Road 12 just as you are entering Wimberley, TX. That's why we adopted it! Once per quarter, employees, friends, family, and business partners of Attendee Management grab our orange vests, hiking boots, and pointy sticks in order to keep our little road beautiful.

If you are ever lucky enough to pass through Wimberley, please keep your trash inside your car and enjoy the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country.

 

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Disaster Hits Home

In the midnight hours of May 25th, 2015, storms ravaged Texas and submerged our little town of Wimberley under a 44 foot wall of water and debris. Thankfully, our Attendee Management family made it through unscathed.

Over the next several months, AMi continued supporting the rebuilding efforts for those families and businesses hit the hardest.

A History of Community Service

At AMi, community outreach is an important part of who we are. Dedicated to our families, friends, and neighbors, we prioritize our involvement and service in our local communities.

Along with our ongoing commitment to flood relief, we regularly participate in a number of other local organizations, including the state-run Adopt a Highway program and office-wide recycling.

As a company, we’ve built websites for the Wimberley Village Library, Friends of the Library, and Children's Miracle Network.

Individually, founder and CEO, Jeff Rasco CMP, has served on the City of Woodcreek City Council (including a stint as Mayor pro tempore).

Jeff and Project Manager, Marissa Fehler, are founding members of Wimberley Unitarian Universalists Helping Others Out (WUUHOOs), an organization guided by the principles of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship they attend, supporting the Wimberley community.

Chief Operations Officer, Layton Rasco, earned 2015 Volunteer of the Year in Technology from Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Texas Hill Country Chapter for his support in hybrid meetings.

Senior Account Manager, Jill Rasco, has mentored a little brother as part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas since 2012.

Administrative Manager, Anikka Davis, supports local educational organizations and has served as a Haus Mom for local preschool and daycare, Zweites Haus School of Wimberley, since 2008, is a co-room parent for her daughter’s class, and co-leads the local Girl Scout troop.

Registration Specialist, Sharon Mickey, supports local pet fostering and adoption through volunteerism with Wimberley Adoption Group (WAG). She also manages the community information Facebook profile, Keep Wimberley Weirder.

Our team members are encouraged to remain involved in their communities and to support one another’s efforts.

Attendee Management is committed to combating commercial sexual exploitation of children and stand firm in our resolve to create awareness of sex trafficking of children through our industry resources. Learn more at www.thecode.org and www.ecpatusa.org.