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13 April 2018

TEA thanks 2018 Thea Awards Gala producer Miziker Entertainment

We will be sharing more expressions of gratitude in the coming days, now that our 24th Annual Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) Thea Awards Gala has come and gone (April 7, 2018). This particular "thank you" is for Ryan Miziker and the team at Miziker Entertainment, producer of the 2018 TEA Thea Awards Gala show. 

Fireworks opening from the 2018 TEA Thea Awards Gala,
produced by Miziker Entertainment

TEA COO Jennie Nevin said, “This year’s show, produced by Ryan Miziker and Miziker Entertainment was fantastic, full of fun, excitement, and inspirational, life-changing moments. Every moment of the Gala reflected Miziker’s passion for this industry as well as their deep understanding of it, and their dedication to high production values and great storytelling. We can’t thank them enough for bringing their great gifts to what was our largest Thea Awards Gala ever.”

More than 800 people attended the 2018 Thea Awards Gala. Congratulations to all who participated!

Photo at top: Miziker Entertainment team at the 2018 TEA Thea Awards Gala, April 7 in the Grand Ballroom of the Disneyland Hotel, Disneyland Resort, Anaheim CA. 

And again to Miziker, we say, THANK YOU!

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