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even will incorporate the company color, if possible. Clients truly get into assisting with creating these specialty cocktails, which can be used for wel- come drinks or served throughout the evening. Another option is to use a “casino” theme that offers guests an opportunity to later obtain prizes with their “winnings.”


For dining, Bundick says that "carving stations stay at the top of popular options for holiday parties. To follow that trend are live action stations, pasta, paella, stir-fry, and sushi, as it adds an exciting dimension to the food offer- ings."


According to Lawrence Treu, director of sales and marketing for the Westin Mount Laurel in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, his property is the only luxury hotel located in Southern New Jersey out- side of Atlantic City.


“Whether clients are looking for an event for 400 people or an intimate party for 20, the versatile function space at The Westin can meet the expectations of every organization,” explains Treu. “The magnificent ball- rooms have very recently been redesigned to provide the choice of either a modern or a traditional envi- ronment. Our seasoned staff, combined with the talents of the renowned chef, provide extraordinary service and out- standing culinary experiences.”


The Westin Mount Laurel’s holiday menus are customizable with multiple upgrade options and holiday specific offerings, he notes, adding that the hotel’s location in Mt. Laurel makes it the perfect centrally located facility for guests to get to or from anywhere in the tri-state region.


In addition, the facility is easily accessi- ble to all major Interstate highways and provides free, ample parking on-site.


“Holiday festivities can continue at the Holiday After Party in Bar 555... until 2:00 AM,” says Treu. “At the end of the


As for those planning the launch of a new product around the holidays, they may want to theme their event around the launch itself.


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