November 15, 2010

Catering Tips: Planning the Office Holiday Party

With Thanksgiving around the corner, the winter holidays be here before we know it! It's not too late to plan your corporate holiday party, and with these ideas, you can have a creative, memorable celebration. Use one of our pre-planned holiday menu options below, or call Aaron (912.964.9604) to plan the perfect custom holiday menu for your guests.

Paul Kennedy Catering 2010 Holiday Menu
  • Plan a holiday party "staycation" in your office. Have a special holiday meal delivered directly to your company meeting space, and hold a white elephant gift exchange.
  • Let a local hotel host the festivities and handle all of the coordination, set-up, d├ęcor, and clean-up for you.
  • Host an evening holiday reception at the company owner's or manager's house. Serve eggnog and hors d'oeuvres.
  • Join a group party with other local businesses. 
  • Invite your clients and vendors to a holiday open house for a festive after-work meet-and-greet with your company's employees.
    What's your favorite thing about holiday office parties? What has your office done that's unique and fun? Leave a comment here or on Twitter or Facebook to be entered into a drawing to win free delivery on a Set & Go Holiday Lunchtime Buffet in December 2010 (up to $35 value).

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