A: Brian Toner, Eventions Productions: Include lots of high-tech lighting and video screens to show music videos, live images of the party and pictures of the guest of honor.
A: Nick Waller, Radisson Hotel Valley Forge: Kids will be wowed by a night club that is willing to rent for parties. It's an environment in which they're not used to being. Radisson, who has a night club, takes down all beer signs, but keeps the strobes and the lights, which make it exciting. Any room can be transformed-just turn the lights down, hand out glowsticks, put flashing fake ice cubes in drinks, get disco lights going, have juice "cocktails" named after the guest of honor, and you're set.