June 13, 2005
Check out the fashion of Gloriosa's owner and creative director, Keith G. Robinson at
[The Atlanta Journal Constitution's Access Atlanta]
Welcome to Gloriosa - a full service special events company located in the Old Highland Bakery
Building in Atlanta's historical Old Fourth Ward District, just outside of the downtown area.
With the vision of providing a myriad of event services and decorative expertise for the
Atlanta community, inclusive of food preparation and presentation, floral integration and design, and event enhancement and production, Keith G. Robinson began to conceptualize Gloriosa during the summer of 1987.
Robinson established Gloriosa out of his own passion for experiencing fine art, international cuisine, and spatial design in both natural settings and transformed open spaces. There was also a need within the creative community of Atlanta for an events company that focused on the total event, every detailed facet of the production styled specifically to suit the needs of the client as well as the occasion.
A diverse background in landscape architecture and environmental design provided Robinson with the intellectual foundation he needed to create a company whose emphasis was as much the end result of the event itself as the process by which that end result was achieved. Combined with the creative force that brought Robinson his initial success more than 23 years ago, his commitment to his original vision is the mandate for excellence attained at each Gloriosa event - personalized service, exacting attention to detail, and unsurpassed innovation. Gloriosa brings each of its clients a unique and fresh approach, melding elements from various periods in history with the most current trends of the culinary and decorative arts.
Using only referral as a means of advertisement, Gloriosa continues to thrive and grow in the special event and catering industries of the Atlanta area and beyond. Gloriosa is committed to introducing and delivering its mission of excellence to its corporate and private clientele; be it the world-renowned Coca-Cola Enterprises, Cirque du Soleil, or some of Atlanta's most beloved non-profit organizations, long-time residents and annual visitors.
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