So where have all the Christmas parties gone? Many small to medium size ompanies are missing out on a great opportunity to build relationships and create memories for staff by having an annual outing! Yes off premise is preferrable and I can refer plenty of them, like the brand new Calyx Farms for example www.calyxfarms.com and http://www.facebook.com/pages/Calyx-Farm/147580438651445
You'll most likely find that the expense of say $15-$20 per head for food and fun will lead to less turnover and more productivity! We can incorporate team building and games that are NOT cheesy during a Christmas party, that will keep them talking and laughing until Spring flowers bloom! or
The same is true in planning a WEDDING! Oh how we love weddings, I started my career as a wedding coordinator in Richmond, Va. in 1998. I can tell you that weddings are not food centered events, they are about celebration! Yes, we must have food, some flowers and a professional photographer & Videographer (TRUST ME THEY ARE NEEDED) and if you hire a professional DJ-Emcee, we make it all work together seamlessly. If you have 100-150 guests you should expect to spend about $8-$9 per person to entertain them and YOU! Those memory making moments we at Choice Entertainment are in the business of, make the pictures and video great!
Why does it matter? Because we all know happy employees result in content cuntomers which add to that bottom line you've borrowed from to have the Christmas party or summer picnic. Happy friends and family when you have the FUN DJ that keeps the party going is talked about for years and years. It makes sen$e, set a date and call Choice Entertainment to coordinate. Easy Shmeezy. ;) Happy planning for 2012, quality matters and that what we provide, quality entertainment!