- Holiday Season
January is the new December!
Yes, you want to celebrate, acknowledge your team for an amazing year and for all of their hard work, at this years’ holiday party. Pressure is on you to throw the traditional office party in December. Here’s the deal. People want to be with their family and friends during the holidays. Now, more than ever. Costs are a-risin’ for banquet rooms, food, hotels, flowers, bar services, caterers, entertainment, and all is at a premium in the month of December. Plus, availability of your first choice may be challenging, because if it’s your first choice, then someone else probably has the room or service booked already.
Guess what? It’s now considered hip and cool to have your holiday party in January. This is a win-win-win!
Your co-workers get a well-earned holiday-season evening to themselves, you get to save yourself and your company money, you secure first choices of caterers, venues, and entertainment for January. All can be booked and paid for, prior to year-end for tax purposes, without having to settle for “less.”
In January, most event specialists are feeling refreshed and available to assist your company. Private dining rooms in your favorite restaurants or venues are eager to have your first-quarter business and will give you some rockin’ deals. That goes for your caterer, florist and entertainment.