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evening, party guests can take advan- tage of discount hotel room rates and ‘Take the Elevator Home’ to their redesigned guest rooms."


"The stunning architectural design of the hotel’s Atrium entrance immediate- ly sets the holiday mood with a breath- taking 20-foot chandelier and fabulous holiday décor,” exclaims Treu. He adds that the property boasts full-service catering to go along with its luxury overnight accommodations, as well as customizable packages that are tai- lored to each client’s unique and spe- cific vision.


"Some of the latest twists of holiday events include the use of non-tradition- al colors, pops of vibrant colors and oversized props,” says Treu. “Organizations are partnering with non-profits to share - in many creative ways - the joys of the holiday season, too.”


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


"Signature cocktails, heavy hors d’oeu- vres and unique food stations have become popular as opposed to full buffets or plated meals,” Treu explains. “This allows guest to mingle and to mix freely with all of the invited guests rather than be locked in to a stationary location."


Julia Spieler, the catering sales manag- er for The Event Center at SugarHouse Casino and Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House in Philadelphia, says, “During the holiday season, SugarHouse offers a variety of event space options, as well as a dedicated catering team from world-renowned Gibsons Restaurant Group (GRG). Guests can savor delec- table meals while trying their luck at one of the many slots, table games and poker tables."


"With a 10,000-square foot Event Center, a 28-table poker room and free


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